We thought it. We know you thought it too—but sadly, it wasn't meant to be.
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If 2020 has taught us anything, it’s that apathy is not an option. Whether you are a Gator on campus or back at home, we all have a responsibility to make our voices heard.
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Darts and Laurels
You’ve spent an hour jogging on this nature trail, but you’ve already started regretting coming into existence. Walking along a bustling stream seems like a nice idea on paper, but no one ever talks about the mosquitoes in their poems.
As you patiently wait for your order, you can’t help but feel a bit uncomfortable.
The air feels more crisp than usual. You look up to see a dark clouded sky framed by large pine trees and leaves rustling in the cool wind. You’re suddenly thankful you wore your hoodie and jeans. It seems like autumn is finally here. With midterms over, you have time to enjoy one of the finer things in life — pumpkin patches.