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Night fair announcement, November 8, 2007
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Title: Night fair announcement, November 8, 2007
Series Title: Asian Kaleidoscope Month articles and advertisements in the Florida Alligator
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Language: English
Creator: Asian American Student Union
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Publisher: Independent Florida Alligator
Place of Publication: Gainesville, FL
Publication Date: November 8, 2007
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2, ALLIGATOR-THURSDAY,NOVEMBER 8, 2007NewsTodayalIi ,'oaior""COM'""""'" g ,,,,,,,,_,,,, NATIONALHaverecentincreasesingaspricescausedanyfinancialhardshipforyouoryourhousehold?FORECASTTODAYFRIDAYSATURDAYSUNDAYMONDAY ...\\11"-\III" -".--".-....-.-::"tr,:--.-""'tr'""'tr .'SUNNY SUNNYSUNNYPARTLYPARTLY69/4071/4273/46CLOUDYCLOUDY74/5074/54Lyndsey Lewis.lIewis@alligatororgAdam Berry.aberry@alligatororgMegan Taylor.mtayloralligatororgJessica DaSilva.jdasilva@alligatororgAndrewTan.atan@alligatororgAlex Tiegen.atiegen@alligatororgDavidLow.dlow@alligatororgJessica Holland.jholland@alligatororgBryan Jones.bjones@alligatororgJenna Marina.jmarina@alligatororgBrian Steele.bsteele@alligatororgLyndsey Lewis. Adam Berry. Jessica Holland. Jessica Miller. Leigh Shapiro Charles Roop.croop@alligatororgAndrew Stanfill.astanfill@alligatororgBeth Romanik.bromanik@alligatororgRachel Greenfield. Molly TelferSpencerDavis-VanNess. Hilary Lehman. Christa Wagers. Heather Waters Andrea Asuaje. Lauren Baker. Sarah Barilovits. Ashley Furrow. Evangelia Ganosellis. Mike Harkins. Megan Jeffers. Christine Johnson. Clare Lioon. Kathy Rojas. Nick Rosinia. Katie Sanders. Jennifer Shepard. Deborah Swerdlow Phil Kegler. Danny Klein. Mike McCall. Nick Zaccardi Jeremy McMullin. Ryan Moulton. Carmen Osorio-Rodrigues GraphicsStaffCopy Desk Chiefs Photo Editor Assistant Photo EditortheAvenue Editor New MediaStaff StaffMetro Editor Enterprise Editor Freelance Editor Opinions Editor Copy Editors Office Assistant Intern Coordinator Sales Representatives Sports Editor Sports Assistant Editor alligatorSports.org Editor Editorial Board DISPLAY ADVERTISING352-376-4482,800-496-0265(Voice),352-376-4556(Fax) Advertising Director Brad Smith.bsmith@alligatororgAdvertising Office Manager Victoria Livingston.vlivingston@alligatororgSarah Buckwald. Caitlin Wilcox Lauren Solomon Mirian Bobadilla. Andrew Celauro. Aki Chang. Norman Chang. Jonathan Hsu. Phoebe Mello. Ashley Moore. Madeline Ross. 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FloridaNEWSROOM352-376-4458(Voice),352-376-4467(Fax) CIRCULATION Operations ManagerScottMcKearnan.smckearnan@alligatororgPRODUCTION Production Manager Stephanie Gocklin.sgocklin@alligatororgEditorial Production Supervisors Kristin Bjbrnsen. James Hibbs Advertising ProductionStaffErica Bales. Briana OSullivan. Jonathan Quigley.HenryThompsonJr.Editorial ProductionStaffBilly Bender. Kelley Coggins. KevinHartPrissy Nelson. HenryThompsonJr.TheIndependent Florida Alligatorisa student newspaper serving the UniversityofFlorida. pub lishedbya nonprofit501(c)(3) educational organization. Campus Communications Inc .. P.O.Box14257. Gainesville. Florida. 32604-2257.TheAlligatorispublished Monday through Friday morn ings. except during holidays and exam periods. DuringUFsummer academic termsTheAlligatorispublished Tuesdays and Thursdays.TheAlligatorisa memberofthe Newspaper AssociationofAmerica. National Newspaper Associa tion. Florida Press Association and Southern University Newspapers.Subscription Rates: One Semester (Fall or Spring)$18SummerSemester$10TwoSemesters (FallorSpring)$35Full Year (All Semesters)$40TheAlligator offices are locatedat1105W UniversityAve.Classified advertising canbeplacedatthatlocation from 8 a.m.to4p.m.Monday throughFriday.except for holidays. Classifieds also canbeplacedattheUFBookstore.Copyright 2005.Allrights reserved.NoportionofTheAlligatormaybereproducedinany means without the written consentofanofficerofCampus Communica tions Inc.TheAlligator strives tobeaccurate and clearinitsnewsreports and editorials. Ifyoufindanerror.please call our newsroomat(352) 376-4458 or sendane-mailtoeditor@alligator.org.Sally Field,whowonthe best actress Oscar in 1979 for theprounionfilm"Norma Rae," left the set ofhershow, "Brothers&Sisters," to visit strikersandshowhersupport.Nonewcontract talks are scheduled.STATEShot may help smokers quitORLANDO (AP) -A shotthatrobs smokers of the nicotinebuzzfrom cigarettesshowedpromiseinmidstagetestingandmaysomedayoffer a radicallynewwayto kick adangeroushabit.Ina study,morethantwice asmanypeoplegiven five of the shotsstoppedsmokingthanthose given fewerorphonyshots -about15percent versus 6 per cent after one year.Thatis comparable tosomeothersmokingcessation aids currently soldandcouldbeanimportantnewtool forpeoplewhohavefailed to quitonothermethods, doctors said. The results,presentedWednesdayatanAmericanHeartAssociation conference, donotprovethenewapproachworksbutencouragedsome experts. "It clearlyshowspromise"andmerits a definitive study, said Dr.FrankVocci, director of medicationsdevelopmentattheNational InstituteonDrugAbuse,whichhasgiven$8million fortheresearch so far. "There'smeritin it," butitwon'tbeavailable tomorrow, said the lead researcher,Dr.Stephen Rennard of the University of Nebraska. cal van,butit'snotclear ifthatwasa legitimate claim, sheriff'sspokesmanElliottCohensaid.DeputyPaul Rein talked to his wifeonhis cellphonejustbefore 8 a.m., thensetoutontheroutine transfer from acountyjail, Lamberti said. Minutes after departing, Mazzafoughtthrougha parti tionseparatinghimfrom Rein, the sole officer in the vehicle,thesheriff said. Reindiedat a hospital short ly afterhewasfoundbleedingin aPompanoBeachparkinglot just aftertheattack.Hewasnotwearinga bulletproof vestandhadbeenshot once in the chest, the sheriff said.Mazzawaschargedwithfirst-degreemurderandes cape,andwastobetransferred to a maximum-security jail in Miami-DadeCountyaf terappearingbefore ajudgeWednesday.Mazzawasalready serving one life sentence forarmedrobberyandfaced anotherina trialunderwayat the BrowardCountyCourthouse.NATIONALStrikeaffects'The Office'LOS ANGELES (AP) FilminghasstoppedonthepopularNBC sitcom "The Office" because star Steve Carell has refused to cross the picket lines of striking writers, aproducersaid Wednesday. Greg Daniels, executiveproducerof the show, says the lastnewepisodeoftheshowwill air next week.Itisamongatleast eight prime-time shows to stop shooting as of Wednesday because of the strike. A publicist for Carelldidnotimmediatelyreturncalls from The Associated Press.NightFair ReitzUnionColonnade,6:30p.m.to9 p.m.,todayTheAsianAmericanStudentUnionwillholdaculturalcarnival. FreeFilmsReitzUnionAuditorium,8 p.m.,todayThe films "BeforeSunrise"and"BeforeSunset"willbeshowingfor free.InterreligiousForumReitzUnionRion Ballroom, 7p.m.to9 p.m.,todayStudentGovernmentwillhostaforumthataimstoeducatestudentsaboutdifferent reli gions.WHAT'SHAPPENINGBreakfastinTurlingtonTurlington Plaza, 8 a.m. tonoon,todayandFridayTheCampusKitchens Task Force willbegivingoutbreakfastwiththerequestof a donation.MuseumNightsUFCulturalPlaza, 5p.m.to 9 p.m.,todayMuseumNightswillincludetheexhibit "Trashformations: Trash to Treasure."SilentAuctionReitzUnionColonnade,9:30 a.m.to3:30 p.m.,todayandFridayFriends for LifeofAmericawillholda silentauctionto raisemoneyfor a familywitha childwithcancer. Peace Rally PlazaoftheAmericas, 5p.m.to 7 p.m.,todayGators for Israel willholdtheUnitedfor Peace rally,whichwill focusonpeaceinIsrael.ShowcaseOrange&Brew,7:30p.m.to 10 p.m.,todayThe showcase willincludeperformancebylocalhip-hopmusicians.STATEInmate confesses to shootingPOMPANO BEACH (AP)-Aninmatehandcuffedinside a medical transportationvanWednesdaymanagedto steal agunfrom the twice-retired, 76 year-old sheriff'sdeputyatthewheel, killhimwithitanddrive off, authorities said. MichaelMazzawasrecapturedfourhourslater at apawnshop, the deputy'sgunstillonhim, BrowardCountySheriff Al Lamberti said. The 40-year-old suspect confessed to the shooting, the sheriff said. Mazza,dressedinasuitandtie,wasonhiswayto the seconddayof trialoncharges ofbankrobberyandeludingpolice.Hehadbeencomplaining of a back problem,whichiswhyhewasinthemedi-