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Thursday, February 02, 2023

Kali Kavouklis


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Why finding off campus housing is hell

Before this last month I has never had to fool with off campus housing. I still lived at home and my boyfriend lived on campus in graduate housing. When we decided graduate housing had turned into too much of a hassle, we started the search for an apartment. We didn’t realize how much of a hell it would turn into.

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A day in Micanopy

The University of Florida’s property stretches far across the state of Florida. One of the off campus properties most frequented by students is Lake Wauberg. 

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Kelly Ulmer, a 25-year-old AscenDance aerialist mental health counselor, swings from a lyra at Market Street Pub and Cabaret. Ulmer said she got bored with yoga and tried out an aerial arts class at S-Connection Aerial Arts, which started her love for the craft.

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Slipping through silk, Kelly Ulmer performs an aerial dance with three other aerial artists at the Electro Aerial show. She has been aerial dancing for two years and silks her favorite.

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Kelly Ulmer, a 25-year-old AscenDance aerialist mental health counselor, swings from a lyra at Market Street Pub and Cabaret. Ulmer said she got bored with yoga and tried out an aerial arts class at S-Connection Aerial Arts, which started her love for the craft.

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From left to right, Tatyana Kimble, Becca Burton, and Kelly Ulmer perform trapeze at the “Country Circus: Aquatic Dream Show” at Two Hawk Hammock in Williston on Nov. 21, 2015.

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Kelly Ulmer pours wine upside down at Market Street Pub and Cabaret during the bimonthly Electro Aerial show on Dec. 5, 2015. Attendees paid to have the members of AscenDance pour beer and wine for them while hanging upside down from lyra, a steel hoop hung by one or two ropes.

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Tackling Cancer

UF junior Ashey Rocque, 20, plays flag football with Alpha Epsilon Phi at Norman Field on Oct. 11, 2015. Alpha Epsilon Phi won 6-0 against Phi Mu. The sororities competed in the TEP Touchdown philanthropy event, which raised money for the American Cancer Society.

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Not-So-Despicable Me

UF architecture junior Michelle Hook, 21, makes “Despicable Me” minions at the 31st Annual Pumpkin Carve-Off and carnival for patients at UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital on Monday.

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