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Tuesday, January 18, 2022

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Former UF defensive lineman Caleb Brantley greets fans prior to Florida's 32-0 win over North Texas on Sept. 17, 2016, at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium.

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Khem B. Banjara, a 30-year-old neuro technologist at UF Health Shands Cancer Hospital, throws paint during the UF Holi Festival of Colors, organized by the UF Indian Student Association and Student Government, on Sunday afternoon. Above, more than 1,000 people attended the event, which lasted more than three hours.

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Participants of the 2017 UF Holi Festival of Colors, organized by the Indian Student Association and Student Government, have a mud fight on Sunday afternoon on Flavet Field. After the kickoff, people went under water thrown by a fire truck.  

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Tanish Vyas, 6, originally from India, celebrates Holi with his family on Sunday afternoon during the UF Holi Festival of Colors, organized by the Indian Student Association and Student Government.  

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From left: Simran Giri, 19, a UF microbiology and cell science freshman who is originally from India, hugs her friend during the UF Holi Festival of Colors on Sunday afternoon. After the kickoff, many people went under water thrown by a fire truck. A mud fight followed.  

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Khem B. Banjara, a 30-year-old neuro technologist at UF Health Shands Cancer Hospital, throws paint during the UF Holi Festival of Colors, organized by the UF Indian Student Association and Student Government, on Sunday afternoon. Above, more than 1,000 people attended the event, which lasted more than three hours.

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Khem B. Banjara, a 30-year-old neuro technologist at UF Health Shands Cancer Hospital, throws paint during the UF Holi Festival of Colors, organized by the UF Indian Student Association and Student Government, on Sunday afternoon. Above, more than 1,000 people attended the event, which lasted more than three hours.

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