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Tuesday, November 29, 2022

Deshlee Ford


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Ride On

Albert van Soestbergen, an 82-year-old cyclist, participates in the 9th annual Ride to Remember on Saturday morning at Boulware Springs Park, an event that raises awareness for Alzheimer’s disease and sends all of its proceeds to Al’z Place, an adult day care for individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and other memory disorders. Soestbergen, originally from the Netherlands, said found an article about the event Friday and was eager to sign up. “Cycling is very important to me because where I come from there are more bicycles than people."

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Coral MacDonald, a 50-year-old gardener, marches with his sign held high during the King Celebration Annual Commemorative March on Monday for Martin Luther King Jr. Day. A few steps ahead of him is Christine Wilson, a 66-year-old retired children's librarian, carrying a flag representing Veterans For Peace.

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Sign for Change

Coral MacDonald, a 50-year-old gardener, marches with his sign held high during the King Celebration Annual Commemorative March on Monday for Martin Luther King Jr. Day. A few steps ahead of him is Christine Wilson, a 66-year-old retired children's librarian, carrying a flag representing Veterans For Peace.

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Marching Ahead

27-year-old Ushie Alungbe, a barber and dog breeder, carries his nephew, Kani Strickland, 3, on his shoulders as they take part in the King Celebration Annual Commemorative March held Monday in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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Someone's Cousin

Michelle Zamperlini, an 18-year-old UF exploratory freshman, sits in front of the photos of the 43 protesters who went missing in Ayotzinapa, Mexico on Turlington Plaza Thursday evening. “One of them looks exactly like my cousin,” she says, as she clasps her hands in remembrance of the lives that were lost.

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Humans vs. Zombies

Mateo Vasquez, a 20-year-old sophomore, peers through the lens of his Nerf gun on Turlington Plaza on Tuesday afternoon. He was encouraging students to join Humans vs. Zombies, a five-day game of survival.

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