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Maude’s Side Car Bar hosted Drag Bingo, part of UF’s Pride Awareness Month, on Tuesday evening. About 60 people attended the event.
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Drag Queen Bingo

Maude’s Side Car Bar hosted Drag Bingo, part of UF’s Pride Awareness Month, on Tuesday evening. About 60 people attended the event.


At the third annual Reitz Union Disney event, Magic Through the Ages, students dressed up as Disney characters and participated in Disney-themed activities. 
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Dreams do come true

At the third annual Reitz Union Disney event, Magic Through the Ages, students dressed up as Disney characters and participated in Disney-themed activities. 


Underneath a crisp blue sky, hundreds of students and members of the Gainesville community gathered on Hume Field to fling brightly colored powder at each other for Holi, an Indian holiday that celebrates the commencement of spring. The event was hosted by UF’s Indian Student Association and Student Government.
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Colors of the wind

Underneath a crisp blue sky, hundreds of students and members of the Gainesville community gathered on Hume Field to fling brightly colored powder at each other for Holi, an Indian holiday that celebrates the commencement of spring. The event was hosted by UF’s Indian Student Association and Student Government.


Sunday, Santa Fe College hosted its Spring Arts Festival in downtown Gainesville - an event that featured music, art, photography and more. 
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Downtown Art

Sunday, Santa Fe College hosted its Spring Arts Festival in downtown Gainesville - an event that featured music, art, photography and more. 


Eighteen UF football players, 15 of whom were on the team last season, practiced in front of 70 scouts and assistant coaches representing all 32 NFL teams ahead of May’s NFL Draft.
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Pro Day

Eighteen UF football players, 15 of whom were on the team last season, practiced in front of 70 scouts and assistant coaches representing all 32 NFL teams ahead of May’s NFL Draft.


Gainesville Raceway hosted the 47th annual Amalie Motor Oil National Hot Rod Association Gatornationals drag racing weekend. On Saturday, qualifying sessions were held for the Nitro- and Pro Stock-class cars and motorcycles. More than 300 vehicles entered across the 13 racing classes during the four-day event.
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Burnin' Rubber

Gainesville Raceway hosted the 47th annual Amalie Motor Oil National Hot Rod Association Gatornationals drag racing weekend. On Saturday, qualifying sessions were held for the Nitro- and Pro Stock-class cars and motorcycles. More than 300 vehicles entered across the 13 racing classes during the four-day event.


During a Harn Museum of Dance event Saturday, 70 dancers and choreographers from the UF School of Theatre + Dance had their work showcased. 
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Art Through Action

During a Harn Museum of Dance event Saturday, 70 dancers and choreographers from the UF School of Theatre + Dance had their work showcased. 


Know Where Coffee celebrated its one-year anniversary with its first-ever latte art competition, attended by about 40 people. 
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Paint a latte

Know Where Coffee celebrated its one-year anniversary with its first-ever latte art competition, attended by about 40 people. 


The Arab Student Association hosted its largest event of the year, the ninth annual Arabic Ball, Saturday at the Reitz Union. 
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Let's Have a Ball

The Arab Student Association hosted its largest event of the year, the ninth annual Arabic Ball, Saturday at the Reitz Union. 


On any given night, you’ll find a room full of Gator Motorsports team members working with all sorts of machines: lathes, saws and welders. In one corner of the workshop sits the object of their labor, the skeleton of a miniature Formula-1 car: the F16. In May, the students of Gator Motorsports will wheel out the completed race car in the Formula SAE Michigan competition, an event in which 120 teams from around the world pit their car designs against each other to see who can build the fastest, most efficient and most economical car.
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Built for Speed

On any given night, you’ll find a room full of Gator Motorsports team members working with all sorts of machines: lathes, saws and welders. In one corner of the workshop sits the object of their labor, the skeleton of a miniature Formula-1 car: the F16. In May, the students of Gator Motorsports will wheel out the completed race car in the Formula SAE Michigan competition, an event in which 120 teams from around the world pit their car designs against each other to see who can build the fastest, most efficient and most economical car.


Gainesville residents browse vendors’ wares on Wednesday afternoon at the first Union Street Farmers Market after the Bo Diddley Plaza renovation. Previously, the farmers market was being held on Lot 10 in downtown Gainesville.
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Union Street Farmers Market comes back to Bo Diddley

Gainesville residents browse vendors’ wares on Wednesday afternoon at the first Union Street Farmers Market after the Bo Diddley Plaza renovation. Previously, the farmers market was being held on Lot 10 in downtown Gainesville.


The Vietnamese Student Organization hosted Tet, its 43rd annual Lunar New Year celebration, on Sunday. The theme of the event, which took place in the Reitz Union Grand Ballroom, was “A New Age.” It included games and chances to win raffle tickets before the show and during intermission, as well as performances by singers, dancers and martial artists. 
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Ringing in the Year of the Monkey

The Vietnamese Student Organization hosted Tet, its 43rd annual Lunar New Year celebration, on Sunday. The theme of the event, which took place in the Reitz Union Grand Ballroom, was “A New Age.” It included games and chances to win raffle tickets before the show and during intermission, as well as performances by singers, dancers and martial artists. 


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