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Jessica Giles


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Susan Johnson bends to light one of the 352 candles in St. Patrick Catholic Church, located at 500 NE 16th Ave., on Thursday night. The candles, which represented the 352 inmates on death row in Florida, were part of the church’s Cities for Life Day event.

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Susan Johnson bends to light one of the 352 candles in St. Patrick Catholic Church, located at 500 NE 16th Ave., on Thursday night. The candles, which represented the 352 inmates on death row in Florida, were part of the church’s Cities for Life Day event.

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Susan Johnson bends to light one of the 352 candles in St. Patrick Catholic Church, located at 500 NE 16th Ave., on Thursday night. The candles, which represented the 352 inmates on death row in Florida, were part of the church’s Cities for Life Day event.

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Teresa Sellos, a UF computer science fifth-year, tapes a Post-It note to a Student Government’s banner that reads “What makes you diverse?” on Monday on Turlington Plaza. The banner is part of a weeklong series of events hosted by Student Government called Diversity Week.

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Teresa Sellos, a UF computer science fifth-year, tapes a Post-It note to a Student Government’s banner that reads “What makes you diverse?” on Monday on Turlington Plaza. The banner is part of a weeklong series of events hosted by Student Government called Diversity Week.

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