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Friday, April 23, 2021

Vivian Nguyen


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Five UF students who spoke about being Latino with African descent at UF’s first Afro-Latinx panel titled “I Am Enough: Afro-Latinx Panel.” The event was held Tuesday night in Pugh Hall Ocora.

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Kaitlin Thorp, an 18-year-old UF wildlife ecology and conservation freshman, stopped by Turlington Plaza on Wednesday morning to participate in Pin Syria on a Map, an event put on by Students Organize for Syria.  

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Rye, a liberal political commentator on CNN and an NPR political analyst, was the keynote speaker at Black History Month’s Closing Ceremony and Women’s History Month's Opening Ceremony on Tuesday.

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“Our whole mission was to come and open the doors for you,” Jeraldine Williams said at Black Affairs’ Culture & Coffee event. Williams was one of 14 of the first African American students at UF.

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