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UI sophomore Ariel Downs peels away paper from a polyester plate during her lithography course on Tuesday in the Studio Arts building. Downs is majoring in art education and is producing a WPA poster for an assignment featuring a toilet with the text “Keep It Clean.” Lithography was invented in 1798; printing on a polyester plate was introduced by George Roberts in the late 1990s.

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Iowa’s Trevor Willis hits during the Hawkeyes’ game against South Dakota State on Tuesday in Banks Field. Willis went 2-for-5 and walked twice. Iowa lost in 14 innings, 7-4, after using five pitchers and 12 position players.

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Brooke Anstoetter holds up a box of food at the Crisis Center on Tuesday. Anstoetter graduated from the University of Iowa in 2010 and has worked at the Crisis Center since June. According to a *New York Times* analysis of data from the American Community Survey of the Census Bureau, more young college graduates have started working for nonprofit groups.

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Monica Leo works with the first puppet she made, Alfred, at her puppet center in West Liberty on March 24. Leo started Eulenspiegel Puppets and has toured around the country and in other countries. She has made the puppets for her shows and for sale since 1974.
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Iowa freshman Ian Vandersee listens to advice from head coach Mark Hankins during practice at Finkbine on Tuesday. He serves as the lone freshman golfer on the team.


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