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Derek Renfeld, UI senior and general manager of Student Video Productions, disassembles the film studio on Tuesday. The student organization is moving from the Communications Center to the Lindquist Center where they will have a new high-definition studio early this semester.
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Janelle Rettig looks at a screen of election results on Tuesday at Bob’s Your Uncle Pizza Cafe after winning the Johnson County Board of Supervisors’ special election. Rettig, a Democrat, received 58 percent of the 9,708 votes; Republican runner-up Lori Cardella received 39 percent.
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UI juniors Darleen Diaz (left) and Kaitlin Galetti talk in their apartment in Parklawn on Tuesday. Next fall, Parklawn will change from apartments to dorms specifically for sophomores, juniors, and seniors.
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Red Cross nurse Mary Linden confirms the identity of Daniel Usera, a graduate student in communication studies during the blood drive at the Field House on Tuesday. Usera said, “It looks intimidating, but it’s not that bad; after the needle it’s pretty much chill.” The UI is competing in the Big Ten Blood Drive, a competition among Big Ten Universities.
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Violinist Zoran Jakovcic plays in the Riverside Recital Hall on Monday. A UI School of Music concert will feature Jakovcic along with several other musicians today in the recital hall.
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The UI Power Plant sits next to the Iowa River on Tuesday. The Power Plant approximately 100 tons of coal each year. The university is increasing the monitoring of its coal-ash disposal site, where the byproduct of the UI Power Plant is dumped, to determine if it is dangerous.
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Dominic Dagen talks about the Black Student Union in the Mayflower game room on Tuesday. Dagen been an active member in the group for four years.
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Peter Gray, an associate director of Athletics Student Services, sits in his office in the Gerdin Athletics Learning Center on Jan. 13. Gray, who oversees academic advising and counseling, works mainly with the student-athletes on the women’s basketball and football teams.


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