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Monday, April 12, 2021

Catie Wegman


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Lily Smith, 11, welcomed guests at a Wednesday night water ceremony held at Depot Park, located at 200 SE Depot Ave., by smudging them with sage. At the ceremony, about 30 people sang, danced and discussed the importance of the four elements — especially water.

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Watery Ceremony

Lily Smith, 11, welcomed guests at a Wednesday night water ceremony held at Depot Park, located at 200 SE Depot Ave., by smudging them with sage. At the ceremony, about 30 people sang, danced and discussed the importance of the four elements — especially water.

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Newell

The Newell Hall Learning Commons just finished the installment of a 14-foot sculpture intended to represent the agricultural history of the building.

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FitDesk

Library West installed 10 FitDesks to help students manage stress and anxiety while studying through exercise. The FitDesks were paid for with a $2,500 grant.  

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Yoho protest 2

Marcela Mulholland, a 19-year-old UF political science and sustainability studies junior, stands outside U.S. Rep. Ted Yoho's office on Tuesday afternoon. Mulholland said she believes millennials speaking out will have a huge impact on the future.

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