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Joy Pitts, 35, brought her 5-year-old daughter, Olivia, to the candlelight vigil held Wednesday at Gainesville City Hall for International Women’s Day. “This is why I do everything I do; I do it for her,” Pitts said.

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Cristian Laureano, a 20-year-old UF criminology senior, pastes cut-out magazine headlines onto a collage representing his New Year’s resolution to improve all aspects of his life. Laureano was participating in Multicultural and Diversity Affairs “Decolonizing New Year’s Resolutions” event on Monday from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.  

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Cristian Laureano, a 20-year-old UF criminology senior, pastes cut-out magazine headlines onto a collage representing his New Year’s resolution to improve all aspects of his life. Laureano was participating in Multicultural and Diversity Affairs “Decolonizing New Year’s Resolutions” event on Monday from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. 

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University Police Capt. Jeff Holcomb addresses Student Senate on Tuesday night about safety during finals week. He said crime usually increases around the libraries during the end of the semester, when more students are studying and leaving their belongings unattended.

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Chris Salazar, a 19-year-old UF finance freshman, argues in a tight group on Turlington Plaza during a protest against President-elect Donald Trump on Monday. "He's my president,” Salazar said after arguing. “Democracy decided. I'm going to support him." Read more on page 3. 

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Chris Salazar, a 19-year-old UF finance freshman, argues in a tight group on Turlington Plaza during a protest against President-elect Donald Trump on Monday. "He's my president,” Salazar said after arguing. “Democracy decided. I'm going to support him." Read more on page 3.  

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Rod Smith, who lost the race for Florida State Senate, address a crowd at a watch party at the Gainesville Woman's Club on Tuesday night. "It is always worth the fight," he specifically told the younger people in the crowd.

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