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Thursday, March 04, 2021

Gabrielle Calise


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Deepanshu Soni, an information systems and operations management senior, flings colored powder in the air on Hume Field on Sunday. The 23-year-old threw the powder as part of UF Holi, a traditional Indian holiday that celebrates the coming of spring.

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Sedlin Mirtil, a 26-year-old UF second-year pharmacy graduate student, dumps purple powder on Lin Teng, a 26-year-old UF second-year animal science graduate student, to celebrate the arrival of spring during UF Holi on Sunday.

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Jack Cheney, a UF marketing freshman, levels out dirt by the playground at Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings Elementary School on Sunday. The 18-year-old volunteered as part of a landscaping team during Project Makeover.

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Festival

Miami-based group The Jellyfish Brothers played songs at The Jam on Saturday during the Road to III Points event, which promoted the III Points festival happening in Miami from Oct. 9 to 11.

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Pass the Peanuts

Liz Johnson, a 23-year-old "peanutter" who travels with the Planters NUTmobile, photographs Mr. Peanut and Billy Schap, a 22-year-old UF astronomy senior, near Plaza of the Americas on Thursday.

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Doctor Who?

A Dalek, a creature from the British television program Doctor Who, roams through the Reitz Union on Saturday during SwampCon. The convention was attended by people dressed up as characters from different fictional series.

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Freestylin'

Bunduki “Duke” Ramadan, a 22-year-old UF economics senior, performs at The Jam on Friday night during the Swamp Records Showcase 2015. Student Government Productions put on the free event, which featured 16 acts across a range of genres.

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Pawsitivity

Paige Butz and Jason Feliciano, both 20-year-old public relations juniors, play with Zeus the service dog on the second floor of Library West on Wednesday. Zeus visited studying students for Finals Relaxation Week.

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