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Jerry Gerard works in his driveway, drilling a board into place on an old boat converted into a river dock on Wednesday. The 69-year-old, who has lived through two floods and rebuilding homes twice, will place the dock in front of his residence on the Iowa River. After working on the project for about two weeks, Gerard said he hopes to be done today.

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Iowa gymnast Jenny Donar walks through the UIHC on Wednesday. Donar volunteers in the Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit of the UIHC for three hours every Wednesday night.

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UI sophomore Josh Weidling speaks with friends in the Blue Moose Tap House on Wednesday. The Bartlett, Ill., native has booked numerous bands, created an annual music festival, and developed an innovative music website.
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Actor Tom Taylor rehearses *The Boy in Black* in the Theatre Building’s Theatre B on Tuesday. *The Boy In Black* is a new play written by Tony Meneses.
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Cramer IT employee Adam Zwangziger installs broadband Internet on top of an Iowa City apartment complex on Wednesday. The FCC aims to provide every American with affordable access to broadband Internet.
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Rachel Yoder of Les Dames du Burlesque will perform tonight with the rest of the troupe in the Englert Theatre as part of the Mission Creek Festival.
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Mokotsi Rukundo cleans his food cart outside the Bedell Entrepreneurship Learning Laboratory on Wednesday. Rukundo started “The Cor Nroc” cart in May 2009.
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UI Associate Professor Don McLeese teaches an editing class in Adler on Monday. McLeese came to the UI from Meredith Corp. in Des Moines, where he was the associate editor for *Midwest Living*.
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UI senior Kyle Bowlsby of Team Bob Saget (right) reaches for a rebound during an Elite Eight intramural basketball game against Cruncheazy on Wednesday in the Field House. Cruncheazy defeated Saget, 69-46.
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Emily Miller puts back coffee cups in the Prairie Lights café on Tuesday. The recently passed health-reform Bill could help small-business employees receive health-care benefits.


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