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UI senior Darcy Hansen smashes a car during a Delta Chi event in Hubbard Park on Wednesday. For $1, participants got the chance to take a swing. The fraternity was raising money for the V Foundation for Cancer Research. This is the second year the fraternity organized the event.

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Republican gubernatorial hopeful Terry Branstad addresses around 50 members of the Coralville/North Corridor Rotary Club on Wednesday. Branstad — who will compete in a Republican primary in June — outlined his plans for economic growth, higher education, and alternative energy policy.

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George Schneider (David Pierce) stares at a photo of his recently deceased wife during rehearsal for the upcoming play *Chapter Two* at the Johnson County Fairgrounds on Monday. Neil Simon’s *Chapter Two* is a comedy about love after loss when widower and writer Schneider falls in love for the second time with a struggling actor and recent divorcée Jennie Malone.
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(top left, going clockwise) Memebers of Gamma Phi Beta, Delta Delta Delta, Alpha Xi Delta, Kappa Alpha Theta, Delta Zeta, Delta Gamma, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Alpha Phi, Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha Chi Omega, Chi Omega, and Zeta Tau Alpha, 12 of the 14 sororities that take part in formal recruitment, show their sororities’ symbols on Wednesday in their respective sorority houses. Begining next fall, sororities will conduct their formal recruitment the first two weekends of the school year rather than the week before school starts.
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Members of the Iowa men’s 4-by-100 relay team (from left) sophomore Patrick Richards, sophomore D’Juan Richardson, junior Zeke Sayon, and junior Stephen Bee crouch in the start position during a practice at the Cretzmeyer Track on Tuesday. “This is probably one of the races where if you slip up, it’s going to be very detrimental to the team,” Bee said.
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UI sophomore Erin Rappleye works on a project in the Studio Arts Building on Wednesday. Rappleye’s artwork, along with numerous other undergraduates, will be shown Friday at ArtsFest.


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