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Friday, June 14, 2024

Cassidy Whitson

Florida Alligator

What actually is gluten?

Every day I see more “gluten free” items at the grocery store, hear about the benefits of a gluten free diet on the news or meet someone who has entirely phased gluten out of their diet.

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Healthy cooking for the dorm

We all know dorm living can be tough. The transition from walk-in closets and huge bathrooms is enough for any freshman to face, but one of the most difficult aspects of a dorm is the kitchen space.

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Colleen O’Fallon, a UF alumna and owner of Sweet Paws Bakery, helps Spike, a 7-year-old bichon frise and poodle mix, receive his reward for successfully finding an Easter egg. Sweet Paws hosted an Easter egg hunt for dogs Friday evening. Eggs contained dog treats.


Protesting a Protest

Anna Cesarotti, a 20-year-old UF sociology student, protests against graphic posters of aborted fetuses that were displayed on Turlington Plaza on Tuesday afternoon. The posters are displayed yearly by anti-abortion group Created Equal.



Shawama Jean-Gilles, 20, Sarasha Guillaume, 19, and Roldyne Dolce, 18, look onto a ceremony honoring Haitian earthquake victims. Monday marked the four-year anniversary of the disaster. Read the story on page 5.

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