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Freshman Billy Solomon plays piano in a lounge in Stanley Hall on Wednesday. The talented UI student has been learning piano for 12 years, and he writes music.
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American literature Professor Ed Folsom stands in the office of the *Walt Whitman Quarterly Review* in the English-Philosophy Building on Tuesday. Folsom has worked hard to establish and maintain the magazine.
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Jerry Mathers, the star of “Leave it to Beaver,” sits at a booth signing autographs at the Johnson County Health and Human Services Building on Wednesday. Mathers, who has Type 2 diabetes, works with the Partnership for Prescription Assistance to help people receive free- and reduced-price prescription drugs.
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Foreign correspondent Roger Thurow discusses his new book, *Enough*, in the Adler Journalism Building on Wednesday. “We wanted to inspire people through stories that may not get put in the paper,” he said. “Hunger is one of the great problems that we can solve and how individuals can make a difference.”
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Olga Yakunina works as a web designer in her Coralville home on Oct. 7. Originally from Russia, Yakunina came to the United States in June 2001. The 39 year old is part of the International Women’s Club, an organization catered to help women from abroad feel a sense of community through classes and group activities.


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