Students in Gainesville are ready to tune in to anticipated albums from artists like Olivia Rodrigo, Billie Eilish, Lana Del Rey and Maroon 5.
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COVID-19 affected everyone in countless ways, and the University of Florida’s College of the Arts experienced its own wave of difficulties because of the pandemic. Like most of the classes offered at UF, the performing arts courses had to switch to an online environment at the end of Spring 2020. As the new school year rolled around, classes started returning to in-person settings, but the traditional atmosphere of learning and performance remained changed.
Megan Skaggs performs on the beam in a meet against Kentucky on February 19. The senior announced she would return for a fifth year via Twitter on April 23.
Elliot Blue Monroe, a Key deer, eats his breakfast at the Santa Fe College Teaching Zoo on Feb. 26, 2021. Key Deer Awareness Day is March 11, 2021.(Photo by Antonia LaRocca)
Florida forward Faith Dut sizes up a Missouri defender on Feb. 11, 2021. Dut scored 12 points and grabbed five rebounds in just 22 minutes Thursday as the Gators fell by 18 against Ole Miss.
“I am happy about the amount of people that are out here still fighting and should just keep that momentum going to actually make change,” protester Jersa (left), a 21-year-old UF psychology junior, said. Kayla Zavac (right), 22, said that she just graduated from UF and in all her time here, this is the first time she has seen real movement from the community taking place for change.
Michael Kuenstle, a 59-year-old UF School of Architecture associate professor, died Dec. 12 due to COVID-19 complications. [Courtesy to The Alligator: Nancy Clark]
Florida tight end Kyle Pitts celebrates into the endzone on 11/30/19 against Vanderbilt. Pitts scored a touchdown and hauled in 139 receiving yards Saturday night.