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Shelby Luckey

Shelby Luckey is a 20-year-old UF psychology junior, and she loves expressing herself by decorating her laptop. Luckey has stickers like “End the Stigma” and “Mental Health Matters” because, as someone who wants to be a therapist, she understands the importance of mental health. Luckey also volunteers at the Alachua Humane Society and believes in adopting animals, which is why one of her stickers says “Adopt Don’t Shop.”  

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Ariana Gonzalez

Ariana Gonzalez is a 20-year-old UF student with a deep fascination in space, and she covers her laptop with stickers related to that topic. She is a junior majoring in physics, which she finds a fun subject. Gonzalez once learned about Water Bears, a microscopic organism that can survive the vacuum of space, so she got stickers of them for her laptop. She also got a sticker of Stephen Hawking when he died in honor of his contribution to physics. Though most of her stickers are space-related, some are just for their aesthetics.   

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Stephany Fuentes

Stephany Fuentes is a 20-year-old UF biology junior and a proud feminist. How the 20-year-old decorates her laptop reflects her beliefs too. She has stickers like “Women’s World” and “Trust Women” because she wants to spark conversation and educate people on feminism. She also promotes the dating app Bumble because she believes it empowers women by allowing them to choose whether or not they want to talk to the person they match with.

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Shane Stockings

Shane Stockings is a 22-year-old UF business graduate student who loves to travel. Many of his stickers on his laptop are from places he has traveled to. The warrior bunny sticker was made by an artist he met in North Carolina. Also, the golf sticker he got in Augusta, Georgia is from the Masters Tournament, the biggest golf tournament in the U.S. Stockings and his father applied to go for 10 years before they won a spot to go.

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Stephany Fuentes is a 20-year-old UF biology junior and a proud feminist. How the 20-year-old decorates her laptop reflects her beliefs too. She has stickers like “Women’s World” and “Trust Women” because she wants to spark conversation and educate people on feminism. She also promotes the dating app Bumble because she believes it empowers women by allowing them to choose whether or not they want to talk to the person they match with.

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Shelby Luckey is a 20-year-old UF psychology junior, and she loves expressing herself by decorating her laptop. Luckey has stickers like “End the Stigma” and “Mental Health Matters” because, as someone who wants to be a therapist, she understands the importance of mental health. Luckey also volunteers at the Alachua Humane Society and believes in adopting animals, which is why one of her stickers says “Adopt Don’t Shop.” 

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Shane Stockings is a 22-year-old UF business graduate student who loves to travel. Many of his stickers on his laptop are from places he has traveled to. The warrior bunny sticker was made by an artist he met in North Carolina. Also, the golf sticker he got in Augusta, Georgia is from the Masters Tournament, the biggest golf tournament in the U.S. Stockings and his father applied to go for 10 years before they won a spot to go.

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Ariana Gonzalez is a 20-year-old UF student with a deep fascination in space, and she covers her laptop with stickers related to that topic. She is a junior majoring in physics, which she finds a fun subject. Gonzalez once learned about Water Bears, a microscopic organism that can survive the vacuum of space, so she got stickers of them for her laptop. She also got a sticker of Stephen Hawking when he died in honor of his contribution to physics. Though most of her stickers are space-related, some are just for their aesthetics.  

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