Wow that shouldn't happen but it does at times.
Though the daily did find the error and corrected it through this not the next day;
In the version of this story that was published in print on Jan. 12, 2011, a sidebar was mistakenly headlined. The sidebar, "Who cannot give consent?" was headlined, in print, as "Who can give consent...?" This headline error, of course, dramatically changes the meaning of the information presented in the sidebar, and the Daily deeply regrets the error.
50 no's and a yes means yes!
Wow! What about the picture too, is that appropriate for a college newspaper (or any newspaper for that matter)?
Nothing new from the Daily. They took a lot of heat for the "Ames for Dummies" thing when ISU hosted the special olympics: 'Ames For Dummies' Headline Criticized - Des Moines News Story - KCCI Des Moines
I once had a heated email exchange with one of the opinion columnists when I was going to ISU too. I sent a letter to the editor over something he wrote that left out some key facts and some of his incorrect statements he was making over something he clearly had an agenda against and the same morning it ran he sent me a pretty lengthy and heated email trying to descredit my letter. Was funny because his entire arguement the whole time he just tossed aside legit facts that I pointed out like they didn't even exist and they were actual numbers and published information right off a page on the ISU website. Not once did he admit he was wrong or had an agenda in this back and forth email exchange despite I was able to easily descredit everything he was using as his arguement with me as a biased agenda. I'm curious just what kind of jobs anyone that works for the Daily goes on to as it's pretty much a real-life job audition working for them and any screwup will likely be found by a potential employer looking to hire them at some kind of news source or publication.
Wow, that is bad.
LMFAO at the picture.
Good thing this isn't in the Iowa City paper or those 2 football players would be citing this in their defense.
You'd think if these were serious journalism students who aspire to work for "real world" newspapers some day they'd start work on being more professional. I doubt a real newspaper would run a photo like that.
But this doesn't suprise me beings that it's the ISU Daily. I still remember when they printed the Kenny Pratt booking transcript, verbatim....