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Volunteers sandbagging outside Iowa Memorial Union, The University of Iowa, June 12, 2008
Volunteers sandbagging outside the Iowa Memorial Union on Thursday, June 12, 2008.
Flood cleanup inside Art Building West, The University of Iowa, June 26, 2008
Workers clean up the Art Building West after the flood.
Construction equipment inside newly constructed Clinton Street Music, The University of Iowa, August 15, 2008
A table saw inside Clinton Street Music under construction.
Flood cleanup, The University of Iowa, June 25, 2008
Cleaning up after the flood on the Arts Campus.
Flooding on Arts Campus, The University of Iowa, June 16, 2008
Images of flooding on the Arts Campus on Monday, June 16, 2008.
Campus flooding, The University of Iowa, June 15, 2008
Images of campus flooding on Sunday, June 15, 2008.
The Daily Iowan staff relocated, The University of Iowa, June 29, 2008
The Daily Iowan staff working out of temporary locations due to flooding in the basement of the Adler Building. The production staff is working out of the Cedar Rapids Gazette offices in the Old Capitol Center and the news room was relocated to…
Attempting to navigate through campus flooding, The University of Iowa, June 13, 2008
Many parts of campus were inaccessible due to flooding on Friday, June 13, 2008.
Flood cleanup workers' lunch, The University of Iowa, July 17, 2008
A free lunch given to BMS CAT workers in the Hancher Auditorium parking lot. The lunch was a thank you from the university to the flood cleanup workers.
Studio Arts in use, The University of Iowa, August 27, 2008
Studio Arts Building opens for classes. Photos taken the first day the facility was used by The University of Iowa Art and Art History faculty and students.