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Sunday, September 19, 2021

Marisa Ross


Florida Alligator
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UF celebrates banned books

Banned Books Week, which began Sunday, recognizes the freedom of reading for the 30th anniversary of national Banned Books Week. They include a showing of “Easy A” and a speech by the president of the national Kurt Vonnegut Society.

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Falling Gator

Maddie Sortino, a 21-year-old UF food science senior, celebrates after a jump during the UF Falling Gators’ 16th Annual Skydiving Club Collegiate Boogie. The event took place Friday through Sunday at Kay Larkin Field at the Palatka Municipal Airport.

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Girly Giveaway

Michelle Tulande, left, reaches for items from a Teen Vogue giveaway event hosted by Her Campus Thursday on Turlington Plaza. The organization offered goodies to those who participated in social media challenges.

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Cheap Food is Best Food

The rain didn’t stop students from gathering around Midtown’s Jimmy John’s Gourmet Sandwiches location Thursday for Customer Appreciation Day. Until 3 p.m., the restaurant was selling the first six menu items for $1.

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P.O.D. Market

Danny Nguyen, a 19-year-old biology sophomore, bought a rainbow roll from Jason Reddy, a 22-year-old family, youth and community sciences UF alumnus. The P.O.D. Market opened Monday in the Hub.

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Good Pickings

Magnolia Farms vendor Mike McElwee, 45, sells a squash to Jeremy Outinen, a 21-year-old anthropology senior, on Thursday at the Inter-Residence Hall Association’s Farmers Market.

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Get the point?

Get the point? - Gavin O'Leary (left), a 19-year-old nuclear engineering sophomore, and Eric Massa (right), a 20-year-old biology junior, duel on Turlington Plaza to recruit new members for the Fencing Team. The club has about 50 members, travels frequently and uses weapons called sabers, foils and epees.

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Internet

Todd Lowen, a 20-year-old telecommunication sophomore, gets help from Kellen Denny, a Computing Help Desk associate, on Thursday. Lowen had problems with his MacBook’s wireless internet after moving to campus.

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