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Sunday, December 04, 2022

Campus | Student Government

CAMPUS  |  STUDENT GOVERNMENT

The blue light conversations we haven’t had yet

Tuesday afternoon, approximately 200 protesters marched along UF’s Fraternity Row, the only place on campus without blue light emergency poles. These lights represent security and are designed to call law enforcement at the press of a button. The protest was organized by student leaders and the Gainesville chapter of the National Women’s Liberation Association. Since the protest was announced, the debate surrounding blue lights has been a point of controversy, finger pointing and a focal point of The Alligator’s news coverage for the past week. 


CAMPUS  |  STUDENT GOVERNMENT

No, political apathy is not cool

When campaigning on campus, you get the chance to talk to a lot of people. Many students are excited to get involved, to learn more and to vote. Others, not so much. Some laugh at you and actively delight in their indifference.


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