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Tuesday, August 09, 2022

Becca Negron


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Balloon

Brad Smith, 57, helps UF junior sculpture student JT Smalley, 36, control a balloon made out of trash bags outside of Fine Arts Building C Thursday morning. The project, designed and created by Smalley for a sculpture assignment, is powered entirely by heat and air.

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Art

The Thomas Center Mezzanine Gallery displays work created by Alachua County Public Schools staff for the exhibition “The Artist in All of Us.” The show is scheduled to run until Nov. 16.

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High Light

Nikki Yager, 18, works on a sketch of a cube Tuesday morning. The freshman architecture major used the windows in the overpass between Fine Arts Buildings A and C in lieu of a light box.

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The Constrictor

Michael D’Ottavio, 30, cleans off a piece of a rib from a Titanoboa, a 60-million-year-old snake that was recently discovered in a Colombian coal mine. An exhibition about the snake is on display at the Florida Museum of Natural History until August 11.

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Computer-Generated Friends

Andrew Robb, a 26-year-old UF Ph.D. student, far left, demonstrates to residents a computer project with “virtual humans,” designed to train people for interpersonal situations at the CISE Building on Monday.

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Rawlings Plaza

Joshua Pauls, a 19-year-old UF applied physiology and kinesiology sophomore, wins an iPad and has the Solar Dok Station named in his honor at the Rawlings Plaza opening Monday.

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Daniel Landesberg

Daniel Landesberg answers questions during his nomination to be Accent Speaker’s Bureau agency head. The Senate approved all 50 Student Government executive committee nominations Tuesday night.

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Peeps

To celebrate Peeps’ 60th anniversary, the company will be running its first TV ad in more than 10 years. The rebranding campaign may encounter issues because of society’s focus on health, a UF expert said.

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