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Students for a Free Tibet held a candlelight vigil on the Pentacrest Tuesday evening to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Tibetan uprising in China. However, the vigil was met with some protest not only from Tuesday’s strong winds, preventing the lighting of the candles, but also a group of students convened to respond in defense of the Chinese government.

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As of Monday, the Iowa City police had 163 active cases ranging from burglaries, assault, child abuse, domestic violence, and drug-related cases. The department is also in an ongoing process to close many unsolved open investigations such as Cody Kiroff’s and Brian LaGro’s cases.

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Iowa junior Reinoud Haal serves during tennis practice on Monday in the Hawkeye Tennis & Recreation Complex. The Netherlands native has played a key role for the Hawkeyes on and off the court.
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Iowa wrestling coach Tom Brands talks about his team’s preparation for next week’s NCAAs during a press conference on Tuesday in Carver-Hawkeye Arena. Brands led his team to a second-consecutive Big Ten championship last weekend, and he will try to lead the Hawkeyes to a second-straight national title as well.
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Kurt Friese and Kim McWane Friese stand in their kitchen on Tuesday. Friese, co-publisher of *Edible Iowa River Valley*, and McWane Friese, co-editor of the magazine, have increased the amount of online content for their local food magazine.


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