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Thursday, June 13, 2024

Bonny Matejowsky

Staff Writer

Bonny Matejowsky is a third-year journalism major and a Fall 2023 Avenue Reporter. When she’s not writing, you can find her thrifting or watching Twin Peaks.


‘Temporada de abandono de los conejos de Pascua’: Por qué esta época del año representa una amenaza para los conejos

  La Pascua es una festividad conocida por los dulces pollitos de malvavisco, las cestas tejidas en tonos pastel y, por supuesto, el siempre misterioso Conejo de Pascua. Pero los impactos de este ícono de orejas caídas van más allá de los recuerdos de la infancia sobre las búsquedas de huevos temprano en la mañana, llegando a un nivel mucho más consecuente — uno que es particularmente peligroso para los conejos domésticos. 


Beloved UF cat Tenders returns home after brief campus ‘cat-napping’

Tenders, the famed brown and white tabby who takes shelter at the UF Tolbert Area, returned home safe after being found four miles away at Cabana Bay apartments Thursday.  At 1:56 p.m. Thursday, she was retrieved by Emma Van Riper, a 21-year-old UF political science junior; Eden Kershner, a 20-year-old UF materials science and engineering sophomore; and Dr. Tina Tallon, a UF College of the Arts professor. 


Gainesville’s Girl Scout cookie season remains price-stable in climate of rising costs

On a rainy Saturday morning, Girl Scout Troop 2370 stood anxiously under the red awning of Winn-Dixie on Main Street. Though the day was gray and gloomy, 8-year-old Kate Sarnoski couldn’t help but smile a toothy grin while greeting grocery shoppers with a question difficult to resist:  “Would you like to buy Girl Scout cookies?” she asks.

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