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BY DI PHOTOSTAFF | SEPTEMBER 24, 2009 7:30 AM

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UI senior Kacey Larsen looks for ideas to pack bags of food on Wednesday. Larsen started volunteering at the Johnson County Crisis Center for a class and continued to volunteer. The Crisis Center has seen a 27 percent increase in clients, including 33 percent more UI students.

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UI senior Kacey Larsen looks for ideas to pack bags of food on Wednesday. Larsen started volunteering at the Johnson County Crisis Center for a class and continued to volunteer. The Crisis Center has seen a 27 percent increase in clients, including 33 percent more UI students.
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UI American studies Professor Lauren Rabinovitz waits as students filed into a classroom in the English-Philosophy Building for her class Food in America on Wednesday. Rabinovitz teaches the history of America’s food culture, sometimes punctuating lesson plans with treats. “The food always has a bigger purpose than just being snack time,” she said.
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UI freshman Tyler Nemmers uses his MacBook before his Elements of Art class in Macbride Hall on Wednesday. Many people use the UI’s Wi-Fi, which is available in 86 campus buildings. That leaves 71 sites without wireless Internet.
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Alicia Sieverding of the Tots bumps a ball during their match against the Titins at the Hawkeye Recreation Fields on Wednesday, September 23, 2009.
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Richie Amendola jumps for a ball for the Tots during their match against the Titins at the Hawkeye Recreation Fields on Wednesday, September 23, 2009. The Tots won the match 25-21, 23-25, 15-13 and will advance to the sand volleyball semifinals.
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Amy Weismann, the deputy director for the UI Center for Human Rights, looks over an immigration-related tactical map prepared by students in the University Capitol Centre on Wednesday. Weismann is the principal investigator for a $50,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Justice to extend “significant outreach activities” to immigrant workforces in Iowa and Nebraska.

 


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