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Tuesday, April 23, 2024

Elise Giordano

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Sandra Cashes, a park services specialist at Dudley Farm, takes a break in front of the Marchant Commissary, a shop on the farm.



Otho Peterman plays the fiddle at Dudley Farm during Plow Day, during which old farming practices are demonstrated.



Walter Anderson, 65, of Gainesville, calls himself The Cowboy. He’s been re-enacting for six years total and recently joined the volunteers at Dudley Farm.



Both 32-ounce jugs and one-gallon jugs of beer, sold at Swamp Head Brewery, are legal container sizes in Florida. Lobbyists are trying to legalize the 64-ounce size beverages.


Doggie Day Time

Megan Hammerling, an 18-year-old UF criminology freshman, holds Mulligan, a rescued, three-legged mixed breed from Animal People Inc., at the De-Stress Study Fest at the Reitz Union on Monday morning.


Maj. Mustered

Maj. Thomas Sanders takes a break with fellow Civil War re-enactors at the 7th Florida Infantry Regiment Muster at Dudley Farm Historic State Park on Friday morning.


No Day But Today

Actor Anthony Rapp, best known for his performance in the Broadway musical and film “Rent,” speaks to students in the Reitz Union Grand Ballroom on Thursday evening before his show.



Sean McKnight, 19, a UF wildlife ecology and conservation freshman, holds his 16-year-old blue tongued skink, Jett, during the UF Exotic Pet Amnesty Day on the Reitz Union Colonnade on Tuesday.

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