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Registration lines for the Spring Job and Internship Fair wrap around corners inside the IMU on Wednesday. Partially reflecting the current economic situation, more students and fewer companies attended the job fair compared with previous years.

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More than 1,000 Iowa students fill the IMU main ballroom on Wednesday during the Spring Job and Internship Fair. One hundred-ten companies and around 1,500 students attended the fair.

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James Matory, a Harvard professor of anthropology and African American Studies, gives a lecture in Van Allen Hall on Thursday. Matory’s upcoming book concerns the diverse experiences and identities of ethnic groups at Howard University in Washington, D.C.

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UI senior Natalie Onken used the University of Dreams organization to help gain an internship in the fashion and modeling industry. Onken got an internship with the art department of Celestine Agency in Los Angeles in the summer of 2008.
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City High students begin part one of a competition sponsored by the Junior Engineering and Technology Society at the IMU on Thursday. The questions are based on this year’s theme of amusement parks.
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Iowa City Cable TV Division records a lecture by Jean-Baptiste Main de Boissiere at the Congregational United Church of Christ on Thursday. Main de Boissiere, the French consul general in Chicago, presented his lecture as part of the UI’s 10th-annual Crossing Borders Convocation.


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