The Daily Iowan

Dance Marathon begins tonight

ALYSSA GUZMAN

February 5, 2015

Filed under News

On most days, the IMU is filled with students studying, job fairs, and University of Iowa events. Those three letters represent the famous slogan of Dance Marathon, “For the Kids.” As one of the Founding Five Dance...

UI reverses AIB College of Business plans

CARLY MATTHEW

February 5, 2015

Filed under News

CEDAR FALLS — The University of Iowa will not have a campus in Des Moines after all, even though officials had previously announced the AIB College of Business would become just that. “The [UI] will assume ownership of th...

Iowa City roads to be clear after this weekend

GRACE PATERAS

February 5, 2015

Filed under News

Since the snowstorm early Sunday morning, Iowa City has been covered in a thick layer of snow. It may be pretty to look at, but the lack of clear streets has some residents complaining. A light rain before the storm hit late...

Iowa field-hockey players file Title IX complaint against university

DANNY PAYNE

February 5, 2015

Filed under Sports

Four Iowa field-hockey players have filed a Title IX complaint against the University of Iowa, ESPNW reported Thursday. Sophomores Chandler Ackers and Jessy Silfer, along with junior Natalie Cafone and senior Dani Hemeon (who...

Hawkeyes down Michigan, 72-54

DANNY PAYNE

February 5, 2015

Filed under Sports

If people had called Iowa’s contest with Michigan a must-win, they would not have been wrong. It was the first of 10 remaining games on Iowa’s regular-season schedule, and the Hawkeyes traveled to Ann Arbor riding...

Iowa ready to crash Maryland, Penn State’s parties

CODY GOODWIN

February 5, 2015

Filed under Sports

For Super Bowl XLIX, Bobby Telford hosted a small get-together at his house, where some of his teammates came over and watched the Patriots beat the Seahawks. While there, Telford and 125-pounder Thomas Gilman talked about, among...

Hawkeyes contain dynamic duo

KYLE MANN

February 5, 2015

Filed under Sports

In her postgame press conference, Lisa Blunder played her cards close to the vest. The No. 17 Hawkeyes hosted Ohio State on Thursday, tasked with the challenge of slowing down the nation’s leading scorer and the only pa...

Doolittle hero in Hawks victory

RYAN RODRIGUEZ

February 5, 2015

Filed under Sports

Bethany Doolittle stuck out a little more than usual in Iowa’s 73-65 victory on Thursday night over Ohio State. Not that the Oakdale, Minnesota, native is any stranger to attention. That sort of thing tends to happen ...

Softball putting last season in rearview mirror

JORDAN HANSEN

February 5, 2015

Filed under Sports

By all accounts, last year was a disaster for the Iowa softball team. Early injuries forced lineup changes, which never gelled, and the Hawks finished with a record of 16-30, eighth in the Big Ten. This season, the team, with...

Relay spots still open for Iowa men’s swimming

IAN MURPHY

February 5, 2015

Filed under Sports

The Big Ten and NCAA meets are nearly upon the Iowa men’s swimming team, meaning the coaching staff faces tough decisions about relays. However, today’s competition with South Dakota and Western Illinois is a sprint-format...

Iowa track and field team set for big meet on the road

COURTNEY BAUMANN AND MARIO WILLIAMS

February 5, 2015

Filed under Sports

Things are starting to heat up for the Iowa track and field team. The Hawkeyes will begin action in Lincoln, Nebraska, at the Sevigne Husker Invitational today to kick off its first meet of the month. Both of the previous meets...

Editorial: Rebuilding trust in local justice

DI EDITORIAL BOARD

February 5, 2015

Filed under Opinions

In November 2014, area residents made their voices heard loud and clear in the voting booth. For a third-consecutive time, the referendum for a Johnson County Courthouse annex failed to pass, unable to reach the super majority...