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Monday, May 10, 2021

Allison Veliz


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Chomp the Block: Gator fans get ready for the game

Gator fans came together Friday as part of Chomp the Block, an event to celebrate the kickoff of football season in Gainesville. The event, which took place at Celebration Pointe, included live music by the band Fast Lane, food from various local restaurants and food trucks and activities for kids.

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Ben Lima, a 21-year-old political science senior and Inspire Party senator-elect for District D, speaks out against the use of student activities and service fees funds to host Donald Trump Jr. and Kimberly Guilfoyle as Accent speakers at a Student Government meeting Tuesday night. 

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Ben Lima, a 21-year-old political science senior and Inspire Party senator-elect for District D, speaks out against the use of student activities and service fees funds to host Donald Trump Jr. and Kimberly Guilfoyle as Accent speakers at a Student Government meeting Tuesday night. 

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Phoenix Midnight, a Burlesque Performer, marches in the Pride parade Saturday afternoon on University Avenue with the troupe from Dr. Sinn’s Freak Island Musical Sideshow.  

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Jackie Korpela, known as Haley’s Vomit, a member of the Ocala Cannibals Roller Derby team, skates Saturday in the Gainesville Pride Parade that marched down University Avenue and ended at Bo Diddley Plaza. Correction: This caption has been updated to reflect the name of Korpela. 

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Jackie Korpela, known as Haley’s Vomit, a member of the Ocala Cannibals Roller Derby team, skates Saturday in the Gainesville Pride Parade that marched down University Avenue and ended at Bo Diddley Plaza.Correction: This caption has been updated to reflect the name of Korpela. 

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Ben Lima, a 21-year-old political science senior and Inspire Party senator-elect for District D, speaks out against the use of student activities and service fees funds to host Donald Trump Jr. and Kimberly Guilfoyle as Accent speakers at a Student Government meeting Tuesday night. 

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Ben Lima, a 21-year-old political science senior and Inspire Party senator-elect for District D, speaks out against the use of student activities and service fees funds to host Donald Trump Jr. and Kimberly Guilfoyle as Accent speakers at a Student Government meeting Tuesday night. 

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