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Saturday, February 27, 2021

Paige Fry


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For about an hour Friday, about 50 people all sat around a light tan, pentagon cloth sign, with a slit down the middle and a red painted health care “plus” sign and the words, “GAU CARES” underneath.

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From Left: Analesa Clarke, Ronit Dastidar, Nyasha Joseph, John Kim, Ian Green, Robert Lemus and Alex Chaves discuss mental health in a panel on Tuesday. The event was during the first day of Student Government's annual Mental Health Awareness Week.

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From Left: Analesa Clarke, Ronit Dastidar, Nyasha Joseph, John Kim, Ian Green, Robert Lemus and Alex Chaves discuss mental health in a panel on Tuesday. The event was during the first day of Student Government's annual Mental Health Awareness Week.

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Members of the Police Advisory Council talk about increased gang violence in Gainesville.  

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From left: Gainesville residents Erich Marzolf, 55, and Michael Haynes, 26, help each other make sandbags at the Alachua County Public Works Department's sandbag location, located at 11855 NW U.S. Highway 441, on Thursday morning. The men are strangers, but they are both working to prepare for possible Hurricane Matthew water buildup. “See if I can protect the front of my house," Marzolf said. "We don’t have gutters.”

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From left: Gainesville residents Erich Marzolf, 55, and Michael Haynes, 26, help each other make sandbags at the Alachua County Public Works Department's sandbag location, located at 11855 NW U.S. Highway 441, on Thursday morning. The men are strangers, but they are both working to prepare for possible Hurricane Matthew water buildup. “See if I can protect the front of my house," Marzolf said. "We don’t have gutters.”

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