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Senior business major Kelsey Mihalovich works on a project for her Elements of Metals class in the Studio Arts Building on Wednesday. The project required that she find something and make it wearable. She said that some of her classmates recommended that she send the record necklace to Lady Gaga, who is known for her unique style.

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The weekly Writers' Workshop session begins with Matthew Gilchrist (second from left), Meg Jacobs (center), and Rossina Liu (second from right) in the Iowa City Shelter House residents on Tuesday. Ramon Casanova (far left) and Charles Kosik (far right) talk with the leaders of the session prior to the start.

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Iowa senior left guard Julian Vandervelde poses in front of the Nile Kinnick Statue at Kinnick Stadium on Wednesday, Dec. 8, 2010. Outside of football, Vandervelde enjoys spending time with his girlfriend, Paula, and playing Dungeon & Dragons with friends.
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Iowa junior Xaioye Ma (left) presents his research on wetting hydrophobic nanopores using cyclodextrins to a student at the University Capitol Centre on Wednesday. Students presented their work in poster formats, which is commonly used in professional meetings and provides an open forum for discussion.
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JC Moreau, the director of strength and conditioning for the Iowa athletics department, coaches former Hawkeye volleyball player Becky Walters through a workout in the Recreation Building on Wednesday. Moreau, 34, played fullback for his high-school football team.
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Undergraduate senior Katie Galetti rehearses a song with 2nd year graduate student Timothy Maguire for the Baroque Opera at Clinton Street Music on Wednesday, Dec. 8, 2010. The Opera is unique in that the Audience will sit on the stage with the performers. It will be at the Englert Theater on Friday and Saturday.
Members of the group Afi Ama ("Spirit Most Ancient") perform an African dance in celebration of Kwanzaa in Old Brick on Wednesday. Kwanzaa, which takes place from Dec. 26 through Jan. 1, is is an African American celebration of family, community, and culture. Around 150 people attended the event and witnessed traditional song, dance and food.
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Dancers rehearse for the Graduate/Undergraduate Concert in North Hall on Wednesday, Dec. 8, 2010. Pieces by 11 student choreographers will be performed by graduates and undergraduates.


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