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Thursday, May 06, 2021

Lawren Simmons


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Trinity Thomas, an 18-year-old applied physiology and kinesiology sophomore and UF gymnast,  practices her routine on the balance beam. The balance beam routine is a mix of dance and gymnastic routine.

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The Writing on the Wall event hosted by the IRHA allows students to write negative comments people have called them or insecurities that students might possess to raise awareness of the power of words. On Thursday, the students breakdown the wall representing the tearing down of these labels. 

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The Writing on the Wall event hosted by the IRHA allows students to write negative comments people have called them or insecurities that students might possess to raise awareness of the power of words. On Thursday, the students breakdown the wall representing the tearing down of these labels. 

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James Edouard, a 28-year-old Gainesville resident and full-time photographer and videographer, takes a picture of the Writing on the Wall event hosted by the IRHA. The event will be up until Thursday when students are going to breakdown the wall. 

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Rachel Wolf, a 21-year-old microbiology senior and Inter-Residence Housing Association member, watches over the wall to make sure no one violates it. Rachel believes that the event "raises awareness of how hurtful words can be."   

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The Writing on the Wall event hosted by the IRHA allows students to write negative comments people have called them or insecurities that students might possess to raise awareness of the power of words. On Thursday, the students breakdown the wall representing the tearing down of these labels. 

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James Edouard, a 28-year-old Gainesville resident and full-time photographer and videographer, takes a picture of the Writing on the Wall event hosted by the IRHA. The event will be up until Thursday when students are going to breakdown the wall. 

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