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If you find an error, please call our newsroom at 352-376-4458 or sendane-mail to editor@ alligator.org.CORRECTIONAnarticleinWednesday's edi tion of the Alligator incorrectly stated that the College SenateatSanta Fe College ismadeupofSFCfaculty. Thebodyis actually comprised of faculty, administra tiveandprofessional staff. NATIONALGay leadersblameTVads, Obamaforloss in MaineSAN FRANCISCO (AP) Stunnedandangry, nationalgayrights leaders Wednesdayblamedscare-mongeringads-andPresidentBarack Obama's lack of en gagement for a bitter election setbackinMaine that could alter the dynamics forbothsidesinthe gay-marriage debate. Conservatives,incontrast, cel ebrated Maine voters' rejection of alawthatwouldhave allowedgaycouples to wed, depicting it as a warning shot that should de ter politiciansinother states from pushing for same-sex marriage. "Every time the citizens have votedonmarriage, they have alwayssidedwithnatural marriage," said Mathew Staver, founder of Liberty Counsel, a Florida-based Christian legal group. "Maine dramatically illustrates the will of the people,andpoliticians shouldwakeupandlisten." Gay activists were frustratedthat Obama,whoinsistshestaunchly supports their overall civil rights agenda,didn'tspeakoutforcefullyindefense of Maine's marriagelawbefore Tuesday'S ref erendum. Thelawwasrepealedina vote of53percent to 47 percent. "President Obama missedanopportunity to state his position against these discriminatory at tackswiththe clarityandmoral imperative thatwouldhave helpedinthis close fight," said Evan Wolfsonof the national advocacygroupFreedom to Marry. "The anti-gay forces are throwing millions of dollars into various unsubtleadsaimedatscaring people, so subtle statements from the White House arenotenough." The White House, asked about the criticism,hadnoimmediate comment. The marriage debate is simmer inginatleast a half-dozen stateswherea same-sex marriage bill ispendingor where a court rulingorexistinglawis being eyedbycon servatives for possible challenge.THUNDERSTORMS78/67THURSDAYPARTLYCLOUDY78/67WEDNESDAYTODAYCLOUDY78/67Gator Society forHumanResourceManagementInfonnationSession Monday, 6 to 8 p.m. Career Resource Center Library GatorSHRM is anewstudentor ganization forhumanresources offering networking, leadership, volunteerandresume-building opportunities. Students from all majors are encouraged to attend the information session. Free refreshments provided. PleaseRSVPatGatorSHRM@gmail. com. Learn more about HRatshrm.org. IDEAL FallOpenHouseNov.12,7 to 9 p.m. Doyouhavewhatittakestobeanofficial ambassador for the Reitz UnionandCenter for Student ActivitiesandInvolvement? Come to the IDEAL FallOpenHouseinthe Arredondo Roomandmeet memberswholove helping studentsoncampus find where they belonginin volvement. Become apartof the IDEAL familyandbecomeanin volved leaderoncampus. Make sure tobethere for the presenta tionat8 p.m.HinduCultural SocietyDiwaliDance Festival Nov.13,7 to11p.m. India CulturalandEducation Center Showcasing Indian dances such as Raas, Bollywood,and Bhangra. Entry fee is$3for all UF students. Also selling Indian food,dandiyasticks, diyasandT-shirts. A por tion of the proceeds goes to the Kamataka flood victimsinIndia.FORECASTStudentInvestmentClubmeetingToday, 7 p.m. McCartyC100ThegrouppresentsDr.David Denslow.Hewill talk about the Fed, the future of the dollarandits implications for investingandthe state ofoureconomy. HistoryandPractice ofOttomanMiniaturePaintingandIlluminationToday,7:30p.m.HamMuseumof Art Auditorium Come to this talkbySermin Ciddi to learn about ancestral painting stylesinTurkey todayatMuseumNights.Shabbatat Hillel Friday, 7 p.m. Saturday,10:30a.m.2020W University Ave. Rabbi Aaron Alexander, a UF alumnusandassociatedeanof the Ziegler SchoolatAmerican Jewish University, will join students for servicesanddinner, followedbya discussion of the Jewish soul. Services will continueonSaturday morning, followedbylunchandAlexander's discussion of the Jewish concepts of heavenandhell.GraduateChristian Fellowship Fall Picnic Sunday,1:30p.m. Lake Wauburg Graduate Christian Fellowship invites all graduateandprofes sional school students to a fall picAfricanStudentUnionPageant Today, 7 to10p.m. Reitz Union Rion Ballroom There willbelots of free food sodon'tmiss out. Penny voting for each contestant willendtoday.AlphaZeta Fundraiser Today, 8 to 9 p.m.TCBYon34thandArcher Come toTCBYtonightandsupportAlpha Zeta, a coed honors frater nityinthe College of AgriculturalandLife Sciences. Kaleidoscope Month presents AASU's Got Talent Today,6:30p.m. Reitz UnionGrandBallroom Watchandsee themanydiverse talents of Asian-American Student Union members There willbeanarray of soloandgroupacts. Also, comewatchLydia Paek, of Boxcutterz,andVictor Kim, of Quest Crew, from Season 3 of "America's Best Dance Crew".WHAT'SHAPPENINGHeroic Monumentalism:TheStateandIts Architectureinthe1930sToday, 6 p.m.HamMuseumof Art Auditorium This talkbyDietmar Schirmer forMuseumNights answers the ques tion, "Is there a fascist architecture or has it only todowithmass soci etyandculture?"