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BY DI PHOTOSTAFF | DECEMBER 03, 2009 7:30 AM

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Iowa City Transit driver John Eggenburg awaits passengers for a free shuttle on Wednesday at the downtown bus interchange. Eggenburg, an Iowa City native, has been driving local buses for 22 years. This semester is his turn to drive the free shuttle, which makes three crowded loops on the South Side, only to roll almost vacant through the North Side of town. “I’d like to see more riders,” he said regarding his route around the north neighborhood.
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(From left) Nigel Brown, Sarah Helt, and Megan Norman play Swan, Rat, and Ava in Jen Silverman’s play *Yellow City* in a rehearsal in the Theatre Building on Tuesday. The group, left behind after an apocalyptic pandemic, spontaneously started playing music together in spite of their bleak situation.
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Iowa’s Kamille Wahlin drives past Boston College’s Kelsey Reynolds during the second half of the Iowa women’s basketball team’s game against Boston College in Carver-Hawkeye Arena on Wednesday. Iowa lost, 72-67.
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UI junior Lucas Connor eats dinner in the Burge Market Place on Wednesday. In an effort to reduce the amount of waste produced by students, the Hillcrest and Burge dining halls will likely eliminate trays next year.
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Winter attire is displayed at downtown boutique Dulcinea on Wednesday. “Scarves, furry vests, and oversized sweaters will be popular this season,” said owner Sandra Navalesi.
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Blake Boseneiler rehearses for her part as Clara in *The Nutcracker* at the Englert Theatre on Tuesday. The classic ballet features music from Tchaikovsky.
Joe Scott/The Daily Iowan
(From left) UI Student Government President Michael Currie, UI President Sally Mason, and Provost Wallace Loh address student questions about budget issues during a forum in the IMU on Wednesday. Students asked questions about whether a potential $100 spring surcharge would apply to students who receive financial aid and how the UI compared with other schools in terms of possible tuition hikes.
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Senior Megan Hullermann of Dime Pieces fights her way around defender Nikala Earlywine of White Girls Can Jump during the second-round game of the women’s intramural 3-on-3 tournament in the Field House on Wednesday. Hullermann had an impressive performance for Dime Pieces in their two-game victory.

 


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