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Sunday, March 03, 2024

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Robert Regojo and Rachel Bouchillon, a 22-year-old UF environmental science graduate student, practice on a range behind Bear Archery’s headquarters in Gainesville. 

Video: Hitting the Bull's Eye

Lauren Kates and her teammate Rachel Bouchillon are representing UF at the World University Championships in Poland on July 4 to July 6. It is the only big, world event for college archery students, and Kates and Bouchillon are the first UF students to make the U.S. team. Check out our full story:


Video: Friends of the Library Book Sale

The Friends of the Library Book Sale occurred from Saturday to Wednesday. More than 700,000 items — including books, CDs and artwork — were on sale at the Friends of the Library Bookhouse, 430 N. Main St. All items were 10 cents on Wednesday. 

James Ort, 21, extends his body during a trick at Wakefest 2013. About 15 students performed in several categories of wakeboarding at Lake Wauburg.

Video: UF Wakeboard team's last practice

University of Florida Wakeboard Club members Kenny Nguyen, a 20-year-old mechanical and aerospace engineering sophomore, and Aaron Alanguilan, a 20-year-old mechanical engineering major, share their thoughts on wake skating, wake boarding, and the club.The club had its first practice on Friday since winning the Southeast USA Wakeboard Collegiate Regionals, held at Lake Wauburg on Nov. 16 and 17.


Video: Volaticus Aerial Dance club to host fall showcase

Volaticus Aerial Dance club will host its fall showcase 6:30 p.m. Thursday through Saturday in the Nadine McGuire Dance Pavilion. Aerial dance incorporates acrobatics, classical dance and equipment that is hung from the ceiling. The showcase will highlight 11 individual performances and two group pieces. It's free and open to the public.


Video: Festival draws artists of all sorts

Artists of various forms came together for the first annual Art and Bass creative collaboration festival Saturday. The all day event was held at the JAM in downtown Gainesville. The festival also helped to raise money for the Gainesville Art Collective and B.E. Easy Scholarship Fund for addiction and open dialog.

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