Famous as a literary powerhouse, with its Writers’ Workshop and award-winning newspaper, theUniversity of Iowa has been the gloomy setting of more trouble and tragedy lately than could fit in a single book. Two university professors accused of sexual misconduct have committed suicide. The university also has been embroiled in recriminations over the handling of a reported sexual assault of a woman last year by two football players in a residence hall, a case that led to the dismissal of two top university administrators. And the university still is struggling to recover from devastating floods that caused $230 million in damage earlier this year. To read The New York Times article, click here.