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Tuesday, April 16, 2024

Tasha Kaimrajh found out she's going to fall in love soon.

The nutritional sciences senior doesn't know if that's true, but she said she's open to the idea, which was suggested during her psychic reading at Thursday's psychic fair.

The fair was part of October Fest, an event sponsored by the Reitz Union Board to entertain students between classes and celebrate October, said Alex Marshall, director of special events for RUB.

It was held on the Reitz Union Colonnade from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

In addition to the psychic fair, students also painted mini-pumpkins and created candy bags for the elderly.

Marshall said the pumpkins and candy bags would be taken to Park Place, an assisted living facility in Gainesville.

He said the psychic fair is usually an annual event, but RUB added other activities this year because not everybody believes in psychics.

Skeptics may doubt whether Flash Silver Moon, who said she's been a psychic and astrologer for 37 years, was right about Kaimrajh's love forecast, but the psychic said her track record in predicting Gators sports is flawless.

This season, she said it's going to be a much slower year. However, she said it'll pick up by the next game.

"There's going to be someone, a young player who will rise to the top and be quite the leader-actually, two of them," she said. "One might be a quarterback, and the other might be a wide receiver."

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