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Jesse Morrell faces a large crowd of UI students on the T. Anne Cleary Walkway on Wednesday. Morrell has been on campus for the last two days to preach; he also read from his Bible to UI students.
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City Council candidate Terry Dickens stands in Herteen & Stocker Jewelers during business hours on Sept. 30. Dickens has lived in Iowa City his entire life, and he hopes to use that experience to his advantage in the election.
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UI senior Ali Keenan catches up with friends at the Java House on Tuesday. Along with her three majors, Keenan has helped set up cervical-cancer screenings for women in northern India and volunteered at a HIV clinic in Guadalajara, Mexico.
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Henri Harper (right), the juvenile-court liaison for City High, discusses the benefits of a curfew on the Southeast Side with Charles Taylor and Angie Blanchard Manning at the first meeting of a Southeast Side Coalition at the Broadway Street Neighborhood Center on Wednesday, September 30, 2009. The group discussed the curfew as well as methods for grass-roots neighborhood monitoring.
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First-time homebuyer Kym Wroble fills out paperwork as real-estate agent Jeff Dill talks with inspector Alvin Miller on Wednesday. The American Recovery and Investment Act allows first-time homebuyers to receive $8,000 for their own use.


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