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Monday, June 24, 2024

Amanda Cohen

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Man's Best Friend

UF graduate Robbie Curry, 35, who has cerebral palsy, and his assistance dog, Alister, participated in the Disability Awareness Fair on Wednesday on the Reitz Union North Lawn to promote the organization Canine Companions for Independence. Read the story at



Asian Kaleidoscope Month and the Pride Student Union joined forces to present LGBT Stories: Queer in Asian America, a panel discussion featuring Pauline Park, Andy Sun, Natalie Nguyen and Ernie Selorio Jr. on Wednesday evening in Ustler Hall.



Brittany and Erica Taltos pose for a photo in front of the Albert and Alberta statue on University Avenue. The twins, who are recognized for their appearance on season four of MTV's "Jersey Shore," are trying to auction a date with themselves on eBay.


Around the Table

Students discuss how the university can use its resources to reach out to first-generation or low-income students at the Educational Access Summit in the Reitz Union Rion Ballroom on Thursday.


Muddy Run

Mud-splattered Chantel Carter, 23, runs along University Avenue with four friends Tuesday evening promoting Gator Mud Run, a 5K race and paramilitary-style obstacle course on Nov. 6.



The removal process of the 15 "Crossing Paths" on-campus statues will begin today, including Seward Johnson's "Nice to See You," which can be seen from inside Einstein Bros. Bagels in the Hub.



First-year music graduate student Don-Paul Kahl plays the saxophone at the University Auditorium Wednesday. Kahl is vying for a solo with the UF Orchestra in the UF School of Music Concerto Competition.

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