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Today We Inform. You Decide.Not officially associated with the University of Florida Published by Campus Communications, Inc. of Gainesville, Florida 79 /48Dear White People review:Finally, relief from racial stereotypes in movies, pg. 10. Coffee deliveries run Monday through Friday, pg 5. Blaze Fast Fired Pizza debuts in December, pg 5. FORECAST 2 OPINIONS 6 AVENUE 7 CLASSIFIED 11 CROSSWORD 13 SPORTS 14UF alum Billy Horschel took the time to mentor this years Gators mens golf team. Read the story on Page 14. BRYAN FAUXAlligator Contributing WriterAs the Islamic State becomes a growing topic of national discussion, three UF professors hosted a public conversation on the issue Wednesday. The Bob Graham Center for Public Service held the ISIS and the Question of Islamic Militancy panel in Pugh Hall. The professors offered different perspectives on the violent actions of ISIS and other Islamic militant groups. Panelist Terje steb, an assistant professor with UFs Center for African Studies and the Department of Religion, spoke purity. What were seeing is enforcement of this purity now with very violent means, steb said. He said ISIS claiming to be a religious movement is something to be taken seriously. About 50 people attended the ISIS discussion. At the panel, Matthew Jacobs, an associate professor in the UF Department of History, suggested ISIS should be seen as a problem stemming from years of political chaos in that region. Panelist Leonardo Villaln, the International Center dean, expressed similar concerns during the discussion. We need to ask ourselves, what are the conditions that are provoking people to join these kinds of movements? Villaln said. Audience members were encouraged to make their own points and pose questions at the end of the panel.VOLUME 109 ISSUE 43 WWW.ALLIGATOR.ORG THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2014Maria Valencia / Alligator StaffUF African studies and political science professor Leonardo Villaln speaks at the ISIS and the Question of Islamic Militancy panel discussion in Pugh Hall Ocora on Wednesday evening. Panel discusses dangers of Islamic StateFOOTBALL RICHARD JOHNSON AND JORDAN MCPHERSONAlligator Staff Writers@RagjUF, @J_McPherson1126UF released 175 pages of documents Wednesday, including a witness testimony and an interview between Treon Harris and Detective Justin Faroni. The documents also contain an incident report and multiple text messages that shed light on the Oct. 6, which was withdrawn Oct. 9. It is 6:36 a.m. Oct. 6, and Treon Harris is in the kitchen area Springs Residential Complex in just a shirt and his underwear. He cant get any other clothes because his room is sealed off by police, and anything in it is considered potential evidence. He agreed to speak with Faroni there instead of at the University Police Criminal Investigations Division because he didnt want to leave the building without wearing more clothes. Just after midnight Oct. 6, a female UF student reported that Harris sexually assaulted her in his room in the early hours of Oct. 5. Harris admits he has known the complainant since the summer when they both arrived at UF, admits immediately in the interview with Faroni that he believes shes interested in him romantically and says on the night in question, she kept trying to sleep with him. Harris repeatedly states in the interview with Faroni that the two had intercourse but that it was consensual and that she in no way gave him any sign of not wanting to have intercourse that night. Harris is repeatedly confused about why the complainant waited nearly 24 hours to report anything and is also distressed about the fact that the incident might appear on ESPN. Harris says he could tell the complainant liked him from the moment he met her. He said she would say things like youre so handsome. The night began after Harris returned to Gainesville with the rest of the Florida football team after a 10-9 victory over the University of Tennessee Volunteers. Harris and the complainant had hung out the Wednesday before the game Harris and the team left for Knoxville, Tennessee, on Oct. 3. When they returned the next day, per testimony given by Harris roommate Quincy Wilson, Wilson said he and Harris returned to their residence hall at 6:30 p.m. and watched T.V. UF releases police report regarding Treon Harris case THEY VOTED WEDNESDAY. Alligator Staff WriterA few new sororities and fraternities will be added to the UF Greek community starting Spring of 2015. Voting for the potential groups took place not be announced until mid-November. The Multicultural Greek Council Expansion Committee and Panhellenic Council Extension Committee are voting to invite three groups to be a part of UFs campus. Its really exciting to see our community as growing like this and to have the membership to support more groups, said Betsy Adams, program coordinator for the department of Student Activities and Involvement. Since 2002, UF Panhellenic has not added a new sorority, and the Multicultural Council has not added a new group since 2011. This is a historic time for us, Adams said. She said UF Panhellenic is looking to add a new sorority in Fall of 2015. The three sororities applying to be new additions to UF are Gamma Phi Beta, Phi Sigma Sigma and Alpha Phi. Phi Sigma Sigma closed in 1994, but the sorority is looking to re-establish itself on campus. Kelsey Torgerson, 22, president of UF Pan-Greek life on UF campus due to expand in 2015SEE TREON, PAGE 15 SEE SORORITY, PAGE 4 Terje stebHarris


News Today Subscription Rate: Full Year (All Semesters) $100The Independent Florida Alligator is a student newspaper serving the University of Florida, pubThe Alligator The Alligator is The Alligator ISSN 0889-24232, ALLIGATOR THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2014The Alligator The Alligator TODAYFORECASTMONDAY SUNDAY SATURDAY FRIDAY SUNNY 84/61 SUNNY 82/54 SUNNY 81/48 SUNNY 79/52 SUNNY 79/48 The Alligator The Alligator VOLUME 109 ISSUE 43 Self-defense lessons with UF Kickboxing Club Interested in a unique teambuilding activity for your club or organization? The UF Kickboxing Club is offering free self-defense and kickboxing lessons to local groups. Please contact Genevieve at for more information. Got something going on? Want to see it in this space? Send an email with Whats Happening in the subject line to To ensure publication in the next days newspaper, please submit the event before 4 p.m. Please model your submissions after above events and keep them 150 words or fewer. Improperly formatted Whats Happening submissions may not appear in the paper. Press releases will not appear in the paper.WHATS HAPPENING?History Honor Society book sale Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society will hold its annual Fall book sale today from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Keene-Flint Hall just outside Room 105. Books are sold for $1 or $2, and proceeds directly benefit Phi Alpha Theta. UF Panel on Violence Prevention and Resources October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Today from 4 to 5 p.m. in Smathers Library, Room 100, advocates from the community will present information and share resources to students, faculty and staff regarding violence prevention. Topics will include how intimate partner violence and sexual assault impacts the lives of individuals on campus and in our community, available resources through agencies and how to contact the agencies for services. Big Pink Volleyball registration closes today Big Pink Volleyball will take place Tuesday at Southwest Recreation Center, and registration closes today at 5 p.m. on Unlike regular volleyball, Big Pink Volleyball is played with a hot pink Kin-Ball, a 4-foottall, 2-pound sport ball. Your team must have a minimum of four players to participate. Additional players may be on your team, but no more than six can play at a time. Participants are asked to donate $5, with all proceeds going to the Breast Cancer Research Fund at UF Health. For more information, visit detail/6014. GatorNights Come to our Pumpkin Palooza Fall Carnival on Friday from 8 p.m. until 1 a.m. Experience the thrills and chills of carnival games and rides on the Breezeway and North Lawn. Tantalize your taste buds with fall flavors like pumpkin and apple cider. Enjoy live music and fun pumpkin photo-ops with your friends. Its always Friday, always free, with your Gator 1 Card. Register for RecSports Olympic Weightlifting Registration for the Olympic Weightlifting Workshop is now open. Led by a U.S. weightlifting-certified staff member, this beginner course focuses on teaching the fundamentals of Olympic weightlifting and developing your clean, jerk and snatch movements. The course will take place Sunday from 8 to 10 a.m. Register for $15 on This workshop is the prerequisite for the intermediate workshop on Nov. 9. Matheson Museums Fall Festival Join the Matheson Museums Fall Festival on Sunday from 1 to 4 p.m. This event offers the chance to experience fall celebrations from around the world and fall in love with history by touring the Matheson Museum complex. The festival features a tour of the second-oldest house in Gainesville, fortune telling, storytelling, pumpkin decorating, an arthropod petting zoo provided by the UF Entomology Club, historical reenactors and much more. For more information, call 352-378-2280 or email info@ Megalodon: Largest Shark that Ever Lived Exhibit Celebration The Megalodon: Largest Shark that Ever Lived exhibition has come home to the Florida Museum of Natural History. Join the museum Sunday from 1 to 4 p.m. to welcome the exhibit with a free, family-friendly celebration including hands-on activities and displays. For more information, call 352273-2061. Have an event planned? Add it to the Alligators online




4, ALLIGATOR THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2014 Destiny Johnson / AlligatorThe Dragon PainterJesus Lopez, 26, a tattoo artist at Death or Glory Tattoo Parlour, paints a dragon on the face of the shop. The dragon is an old Sailor Jerry design the shop chose to spruce up the building. hellenic Council, said its an honor to have the opportunity to be able to begin the process of expansion. The council hasnt expanded in over a decade, so its due time that we bring an incredible chapter to the University of Florida, the UF political science senior said. Torgerson said by expanding, more UF women will have the opportunity to be a part of the Panhellenic experience. round of the Multicultural Councils decision. The three Asian interest groups are: Delta Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc., Lambda Phi Epsilon Fraternity, Inc. and Sigma Sigma Rho Sorority, Inc. Adams said it will take about one to two years for the Greek houses to be built and it will cost around $6 million to be constructed, based on previous houses. President of the Multicultural Council Hrishi Kumbhojkar, 22, said the council is always looking for ways to grow and include as many cultures as possible at UF. All three organizations brought personality and opportunity for students, and the students themselves are very active both in their organization and on campus, the UF mechanical cil) its all there. We offer a lot for any individual wanting to join Greek life. SORORITY, from page 1They decide in Nov. CONOR SOPERAlligator Contributing WriterAs the grand opening of its new facility nears, Gainesville Regional Transit System is one step closer to incorporating new bicycle racks on each of its buses. The RTS Bus Fleet Maintenance & Operations Facility will open Nov. 20 with more space and improved buses, which will be accompanied by bike racks that could spokesman. Were not as large as a bigger city where the bus can swing into another lane and come around, Skinner said. Weve always been limited to a two-bike rack system. But with the help of new vendor Byk-Rak, RTS buses will soon have more room for bicycles. They actually offset it so its more of a staggered bike system, Skinner said. Byk-Rak has been working with the Florida Department of Transportation for the past two years to approve the companys racks, said Ron Coon, Byk-Rak marketing and sales vice president. The bike owner can have fenders on their bikes and use our racks, Coon wrote in an email. With our wheellocking system, fenders have no interference to our tirelocking device. Some students are wary of the new bike rack system and how effective it may be. UF art history sophomore Alejandra Carrillo rides her bike at least four times a week. She said she likes the idea of more space for bikes but is worried about the logistics. I think its good because sometimes you get there and theres two bikes already, so you have to wait again, the 20-year-old said. However, I struggle putting my bike on the rack when theres one in front and I have to put it behind that one.New expanded bicycle racks to appear on RTS buses in NovThey allow for 3 to 5 bicycles at a time They actually offset it so its more of a staggered bike system.Chip SkinnerRTS spokesman


EDWIN EXAUSAlligator Contributing Writer ALLIGATOREdwin Exaus / Alligator Daniel Varona, CEO and co-founder of Vive Delivery, and DJ Staub, president and co-founder, get up close and personal with their Vive equipment. LOCAL CHABELI HERRERAAlligator Staff Build-your-own pizza chain, Blaze Fast Fired Pizza, will debut in Gainesville in December Vive Delivery will caffeinate on the go Mondays through Fridays IFAS RAISED $800. PATRICK PINAKAlligator Staff Charitable IFAS garage sale a success MELISSA MIHMAlligator Staff Writermmihm@alligator.orgcut up the Police roundup: battery; UF email breachCray For better or worse, more variety is a healthy thing.Ken Pengfood blogger


Reader responseThe views expressed here are not necessarily those of the Alligator Editorial The Alligator will be withheld if the writer shows just cause. We reserve the right to edit for length, grammar, style and libel. Send letters to, bring them to 1105 W. University Ave., or send them to P.O. Box 14257, Gainesville, FL 32604-2257. Columns of about 450 words about original topics and editorial cartoons are also welcome. Questions? Call 352-376-4458. ColumnScotts handling of execution is On Tuesday night, Florida Gov. Rick Scott and Democratic nal debate. cussion about the execution of Marshall Lee Gore. A convicted rapist and murderer, Gore was put to death Oct. 1, 2013. Gores execution was originally supposed to take place in June of that year. However, legal concerns over Gores sanity resulted in Scott postponing the execution until Sept. 10. After the date in September was chosen, Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi requested that Scott postpone the execution once again. The reason for Bondis request? According to the dis hometown campaign kickoff at her South Tampa home. Bondi apologized afterward for the postponement request, saying she absolutely should not have requested that the date of the execution be moved. Ironically, Bondi has been one of the strongest supporters of tions for Florida death row inmates. Apparently, timely justice nient. During the debate on Tuesday, Crist pressed Scott about whether he knew Bondis reason for requesting the execution be postponed. She asked me to delay it because it didnt work on the dates that she thought it was going to be on, Scott responded. She apologized. Scott claims he did not know the reason for the delay. This did, in fact, know that Bondi wanted the execution postponed so she could hold her fundraiser. The second and equally damning possibility is the governor simply postponed the execution without being given a good reason. Such carelessness in matters of life and death is inexcusable from someone who wants to lead our state for another four years. The controversy over the Gore execution is very similar to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christies Bridgegate scandal. As a brief reminder, this scandal unfolded after revelations that Christies on the George Washington Bridge as retaliation against one of Christies political opponents. Christie continues to claim he had no knowledge of his staffers actions. Both Bridgegate and the Gore controversy demonstrate duct occurring right under their noses. However, because the Gore incident involved playing political games with a human life, Scott and Bondis malfeasance is far more despicable. handling of the Gore case is just the latest evidence that Scott and Bondi are not those leaders. 49 TOTAL VOTES35% YES 65% NOVote or post a message at www.alligator.orgWednesdays question: Did you watch any of the gubernatorial debates? Todays question: Would you rush a brand new sorority? GamerGate latest in online harassmentO ter. Lewinsky spoke at Forbes Under 30 Summit, which was geared toward successful millennials. She told the crowd about her plans to lead a cultural revolution against plicated as Bill Clintons alleged mistress, she was harassed through chain emails and on message boards. Lewinsky was inspired to speak out about online harassment after Rutgers University student Tyler Clementi took his own life. Clementi was driven to suicide in the wake of harassment he received when his roommate posted video taken in secret of him and pose to (her) past, Lewinsky started her campaign. Within hours of Lewinsky joining Twitter, people began harassing her, vilifying her again for her role in the late s scandal, as if it doesnt take two to tango and that her past indiscretions completely discredit her as a voice against a malignant trend that hurts real people. rassment has become expected so entrenched that people versies. GamerGate is a social activism movement that began in claimed indie game Depression Quest, broke up with her boyfriend. Enraged, he took to his blog and said, among other things, that Quinn had cheated on him with a journalist from the game site Kotaku. Quinns boyfriend claimed this was the only reason her game took off: reviews in exchange for sex. Outrage radiated from this story into the general body of gaming journalism, despite the fact that the story of the affair was totally unfounded and Kotaku never even published a review of Depression Quest. nalism, supporters of GamerGate are patrolling social media and online forums, harassing anybody nity should be. There are, of course, good people involved with GamerGate who hold legitimate concerns about gaming journalism, and their voices should be heard. In spite of these noble people with noble intentions, though, GamerGate has become a front for hordes of reactionaries. It has effectively become a lowed sign in front of the clubhouse and shouting down all who suggest otherwise with rape threats. ing community at all. Gamers are simply people who enjoy playing video games. That is a huge and extremely diverse demographic. However, a small but loud segment of the movement sincerely believes feminists are in league with a progressive ing. Figures who have nothing to do with gaming are now a launchpad for their rhetoric against institutions outside of gaming. Everyone is entitled to their opinions, even if those of gaming and maintain the precious status quo. Their toxic ideology gives those who buy into it an excuse to harass and threaten women and men to the point where theyre afraid to live in their own homes. As an example of this harassment, when feminist game critic Anita Sarkeesian announced her plans to speak at Utah State University, a man emailed the university and pledged to commit the deadliest school shooting in American history in response. This is culture war in the time of the Internet. One can only hope Lewinsky will save us now. Alec Carver is a UF journalism sophomore. His column appears on Thursdays.THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2014 WWW.ALLIGATOR.ORG/OPINIONS Kristan Wiggins EDITOR Bakr Saliq Colleen Wright MANAGING EDITORS Elliot Levy OPINIONS EDITOR Alec


theA v enue Are you an artist, writer or poet? Send in some of your work to ecardinali@alligator. org for the Student Spotlight edition. Photos, lyrics, poems and pieces under 500 words are welcome!Cookbooks as autobiographies: Recipes are more than just a list of ingredients and instructions, and cookbooks can tell personal stories that serve as testimonies of your own existence, pg. 8Who else is ready for The Fest 13? Look for our Fest edition on Halloween. #theAvenue @TheAlligator #FEST13 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2014 WWW.ALLIGATOR.ORG/AVENUECourtesy to the Alligator JASMINE WILDFLOWER OSMONDAvenue WriterEven though Gator football failed against Louisiana State University this season, a Gator grad won his sweethearts heart forever that day. Taylor Bomarito, a UF alumnus, proposed to his girlfriend of three years, Keri Hoefer, a UF Stadium on Oct. 10 in a simple yet permanent way: a brick on the Gator Walk with the words Keri, Marry me? Love Taylor. The couple met during their last semester at UF in 2012 through a mutual friend while at the Salty Dog Saloon in Midtown. Keri said she knew within two weeks that they were going to be together for a long time. At the end of the semester, she moved to North Carolina for an internship, and Taylor went with her. The weekend of the game, they made the long drive from Raleigh, North Carolina, down to Gainesville to enjoy gameday with their closest friends. They went to Salty Dog early in the evening with family friends, and Taylor mentioned taking a photo on the Gator Walk for this years Christmas card. On the way there, he started talking about the bricks and how they are there forever. Then, a friend pointed out their brick. Taylor got down on one knee. Keri was in so much shock that she didnt even hear what he said. She knew he was thinking about proposing but thought he was going to do it during Christmas with family. She was completely surprised when she saw the large brick. Taylor had started thinking about proposing back in August 2013. He knew he had to do it in Gainesville, where they both had history. He imagined them in front of the stadium and knew it should be there. He called to engrave the brick back in July. It told him that the deadline for the bricks was in June, and hed have to wait until April to try again. He said he got lucky at the last minute, and his order was approved. Shelly Gulerandson, from, said the bricks on Gator Walk are never removed. From there, he started planning how to get together in The Swamp with their friends without raising suspicion. Megan Lawrence has been friends with Keri since elementary school she was even there the night they met. Taylor told her about his plan at the end of July, and her job was to gather mutual friends at the game and keep Keri in the dark. I dont even know how I kept that secret, Megan said. For now, the couple is planning on moving back to Florida. While theres no solid arrangement yet, the couple is planning to get married in about a year, Keri said. Were ready to see where life takes us.Gator Walk brick seals engagement between UF alumni on gameday romance Were ready to see where life takes us.Keri Hoeferthe intended LILIANNE BUSTOAvenue WriterA locally owned Gainesville grocery store is celebrating its 63rd Anniversary Fall Food Festival on Saturday. Wards Supermarket, located at 515 NW 23rd Ave., will be hosting the free event from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. There will be tents set up in the parking lot with different foods and special deals throughout the market. Its a fun and festive atmosphere with live music, grills and ongoing sales, said Milan Mixon, assistant manager of the Natural Foods Department. In the past several years, more than 5,000 people have attended the supermarkets festival, including families, students, locals and people from nearby towns. This year they expect more attendees than in previous years. Its a beautiful blend of the Gainesville community, Mixon said. There will also be 50 national and local companies attending the festival with a diverse selection of marketers including soap makers, bread bakers and plant nurseries. Not only can attendvineyards will be sampling their wines and beers. Wards Supermarket is grateful to the community for their support today, tomorrow and the future, Mixon said.Local food: Wards fall festival returns Friday: Artbash: The School of Art and Art History is hosting its annual student art open house from 6 to 9 p.m. throughout buildings of the College of the Arts. Road event, food trucks and live music will be at the Innovation Square from 6 to 9 p.m. the musical running through Nov. 2 at the Constans Theatre. Saturday: crafts and antiques from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Van Ness Park in McIntosh. Halloween-themed drunken lecture at 9 p.m. in the Sun Center downtown. Sunday: from around the world. town Sunday night at 9 p.m. Read our story on page 8. Upcoming Events


THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2014 ALLIGATOR, 9 8, ALLIGATOR THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2014 KELSI AND KERI MATWICKAvenue WritersA cookbook can be considered an autobiography. The very title of early American food writer M. F. K. Fishers The Gastronomical Me suggests that to write about food is to write about oneself. Her collection of essays, which depicts events from her childhood, her life in France, the beginning of World War II, and the suicide of her second husband, are told through a culinary lens. The embedded recipes suggest a cookbook but one that is more than a list of ingredients and instructions. Cookbooks as autobiographies tell personal stories and are a testimony of ones existence. Simply page of a book is an act of autobiographical writing. Writing about food is a way to record ones life, giving permanence to the ing and the value of cooking. In composing recipes, cookbook authors jot down notes in the margins, store paper ephemera like grocery lists and magazine articles and save photos between the pages of the cookbook. As a result, cookbooks become a hybrid of written forms: a diary, a journal, a travelogue, an essay and a scrapbook. As personal narratives, cookbooks connect food and the self in a textual representation, telling how we come to be the people we claim to be through writing the stories and recipes of our lives. Cookbook writers self-consciously shape their identities by selecting memories and preserving them in images and recipes. Yet, cookbooks are not bound to a chronological sequence. Instead, recipes are like distinct, fragmented life events made whole and coherent in a cookbook. Cookbooks are evidence of ones life and community participation, as they are documentations of eating practices and food trends. A cookbook isolated from its author and time period cannot be properly understood, nor can recipes isolated from their origins. Like Benedict Andersons imagined communities, there is a sense of community in cookbooks because a non-space-bound comradeship is built based on shared interests and values between the author and reader. Returning to The Gastronomical Me, Fisher explains why she writes about food: (W)hen I write of hunger, I am really writing about love and the hunger for it and then the warmth and Through her own discrete I, Fisher represents other intangible hunger pains we all share. Like Fisher, cookbook writersslash-autobiographers are compelled to write their recipes and experiences of food, driven by emotional and social hunger for love, attention and acceptance. Other urges, such as the need lective identity, are also met in cookbooks. Gabrielle Hamiltons Blood, Bones & Butter offers a contemporary version of cookbooks-cum-memoirs that trace their development as women and professionals. Personal twists to a traditional dish allow one to leave his or her mark and seasonings at the kitchen table and beyond. Your cookbook is more than simply your recipes cuisine DANIELA PRIZONT-CADOAvenue WriterThe dramatic how-to videos of the 90s, such as a McDonalds training video and a 1997 instructional video How to Have Cybersex on the Internet, will come alive this weekend. Curators Nick Prueher and Joe Pickett will host the Found Footage Festival (FFF) for the second time in Gainesville on Sunday at 9 p.m. at the High Dive, 210 SW Second Ave. Formats may change, but stupid ideas are here to stay. Thats the reason 38-year-old Joe Pickett gave as to why he and his business partner decided to dig around thrift stores, garage sales and dumpsters across the nation videos. The small town Wisconsin boys, who met in sixth grade, have compiled a variety of VHS clips since their high school days. It feels like this was kind of an inside joke that now other people got let in on, said Prueher, 38. In April 2004, they debuted their have gone on to sell out of hundreds of shows each year across the U.S. and Canada theyve also recently gone international. The showcase consists of 15 videos, each about 3 minutes long, accompanied by their critiques and commentary on their scavenger hunt. Initially, it was just a hobby. There wasnt a lot happening in the city of Eau Claire, Prueher said. We wanted to make ourselves and our friends laugh. Then it was just a matter of timing. Prueher studied electronic media at the University of Wisconsin with Pickett and became heavily involved in comedy. He has written for the satirical online news outlet, The Onion, with Pickett. Some of the people who show up on the videos have actually been invited to attend the FFF shows to reunite and reminisce with others. Pickett said videos share a universal language. Everybody can relate to stupid videos, he said. Tickets are $8 and are available for purchase at foundfootagefest. com/tour/ and at the door.Found Footage Festival back in Gainesville with more obscure clips THERES GONNA BE BARBECUE, YALL! CODY SMITHAvenue WriterThe fall music festival season is kicking off strong in Central Florida in the coming weeks, and the small town of Waldo is once again bringing back bluegrass. The Dixieland Music Park Fall Bluegrass Festival will start Monday and run through Nov. 2 at the Dixieland RV Park with a lineup that enlists the talents of acts such as The Boxcars, Goldwing Express and MC Jo Odom. Organized by Ernie and Debi Evans, the festival marks only one of several ventures the married couple helms. Leading their company, Evans Media Source, they also tour the U.S. as The Florida State Bluegrass Band. This year marks the sixth year of the festival, which debuted in 2009. Unlike other music festivals, the event balances live music performances with a seemingly endless supply of dining events. The most notable of these events occurs on Monday with a full-blown, smoked-rib dinner. (My family) looks forward to the food, said Gainesville resident Mary Jacobs. It helps us meet new friends and families and give the festival a more intimate setting. This will be the third year the Jacobs family has attended the festival. We have seen (The Florida State Bluegrass Band) many times and love everything the Evans do for the community of Waldo, Jacobs said. The intimate atmosphere of the festival can also be seen in activities such as the Face-2-Facebook event, which shows attendees how to connect to new friends via social media platforms. All of the activities we have from the time our guests arrive until the time they leave are about building relationships in every corner of our festival, Ernie said. This year marks new innovations for the Dixieland RV Park venue. Unlike many camping festivals, the camping sites for the bluegrass festival now feature outlets for electrical appliances. A heated pavilion also sits on site, ensuring performances will occur rain or shine. Tickets can still be purchased on Advance tickets cost $47, and tickets will be available the day of the festival. Single-day tickets can also be purchased for various prices. To get ready for the event, check out these songs from some of the bands on the bill: Tyler Wilson Band Lonesome River Goldwing Express Long Black Train The Boxcars You Took All The Rambling Out Of Me Remington Ryde Long GoneBluegrass Festival returns to Waldo


CODY SMITHAvenue WriterGator Growl just brought two headlining musical acts to Gainesville, but concert addicts can see even more this weekend at the Coral Skies Music Festival. Organized by Live Nation Florida, Coral Skies will take place Saturday at the MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheater in Tampa and Sunday at the Cruzan Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach. Cage The Elephant, Manchester Orchestra and Julian Casablancas (lead singer of The Strokes) and his backing band The Voidz will headline. Acts rounding out the bill include Bleachers, City and Colour and UF J-School alumnus Benjamin Booker. Our main goal was to give fans of the indie and alternative rock genres a chance to spend all day seeing awesome bands for a low ticket price, said Live Nation Florida President Neil Jacobsen. We feel the lineup has a great mix of acts. Everyone on the bill is going to put on a great show and we cant wait. Along with the music lineup, Coral Skies boasts an impressive selection of food trucks, craft beer and local art. For the price of a normal concert at a club venue, you can see 12 acts with no overlap, Jacobsen said. Then there are the many food trucks, craft beers and local artists showcasing their work. The new festivals name comes from the original name of the Cruzan Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach. Coral Skies also debuts a few months after Live Nation brought the Big Guava Music Festival to Tampa. Jacobsen said he wishes to give attendees a great experience and create an annual festival for Florida music lovers to enjoy. The goal with any event is to give the fans an experience theyll remember and cherish for a long time, he said. Hopefully doing that will allow us to grow but keep the value the same year in and year out. Tickets can be purchased on Live Nations website. Regular admission tickets are $40.50 after service fees, and pit access tickets are $70 after service fees. Although VIP tickets are sold out, Live Nation is offering a four-pack ticket deal with each ticket priced at $31.50. Parking is separate. 10, ALLIGATOR THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2014Photo Courtesy to the AlligatorJulian Casablancas + The Voidz will headline the Coral Skies Festival in Tampa and West Palm Beach this weekend. Tickets can be bought online on Live Nations website. BRYAN FAUXAvenue WriterWriter and director Justin Simiens new ire of racial politics and a welcome breath is funny, pointed, honest and something we The movie follows the lives of four black chester University. The main character, Samantha White, played by Tessa Thompson, has a radio show called Dear White People, where she calls out white people for actions she sees as racist. Samantha receives opposition from other students of all races: Some of the students feel that she takes things too far in claiming racial divides. During the movies climax, theres a party at Winchester: a blackface party that proves Samanthas point that racism still exists. UF is even featured during the closing credits, with a photo from the 2012 blackface incident at an off-campus party that threw frat boys into national news. Simiens screenplay is a parody that makes the viewer laugh and, more importantly, think. Part of what makes this movie so refreshing is that the characters feel like real people and not caricatures or stereotypes. At one point, Samantha laments the homogenization of black people in movies and television. Coincidentally, the characters in Dear White People are nuanced and have distinct personalities. In other are the opposite of the portrayals Samantha complains about. The interesting thing about this movie is that it doesnt offer a tidy solution for ending racism, nor nition of what racism actually is. Several of the characters think Samanthas radio show is racist toward white people, regarding incidents at Winchester. back for a thoroughly satisfying concluThere are a few gags that dont land, and the opening 10 minutes is a barrage of jokes, exposition and title cards that are initially disorienting. But once the movie settles in which it quickly does its actually a really good time. It may make you squirm a nitely a movie worth your time. Dear White People is relief from racial stereotypes in movies Photo Courtesy to the AlligatorActor Tyler James Williams as Lionel Higgins appears in a scene from Dear White Coral Skies Festival brings big-name acts to Tampa, West Palm


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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2014 WWW.ALLIGATORSPORTS.ORG The Florida mens basketball team was selected to on the UF womens @LFTorresIIIBilly Horschel and Sean Foley are two of the best in the world when it comes to golf. They are at the top of the line when it comes to their craft. Horschel is the reigning FedExCup champion on the PGA Tour, while Foley is known around the world as one of the best golf instructors. The two of them also have a connection to the Florida mens golf program, although its distinctly different for both. For Horschel, its simple. He is a University team All-American on the golf team under the tutelage of former Gators coach Buddy Alexander. For Foley, his connection to the program lies with coach J.C. Deacon, as they both grew up practicing on the same course in their native Canada. Both Horschel and Foley had a chance to sit down with the team during their time off between the second and third tournaments. The team met with Foley when it traveled to Arnold Palmers Bay Hill Club & Lodge in Orlando for practicing and qualifying. Foley shared his experiences working with some of the games best. Deacon said the team was able to absorb a lot information from talking with Foley. They got to ask him a bunch of questions, it was a phenomenal experience, Deacon said. From that Ive seen a lot of motivation, the guys have been working harder, working smarter, spending their time in more precise areas. Players on the team like senior J.D. Tomlinson have high praise for Foley. Tomlinson wrote a note to Foley after the meeting about what he learned from talking to him. He is the most single fascinating person Ive ever met in my life, Tomlinson said. He talked to us for three hours in the hotel lobby and I wish he couldve talked more. I learned so much information in that time frame it was unbelievable. About a week after meeting with Foley in Orlando, the team got the chance to talk to Horschel, who was in Gainesville as he was going to be honored at the LSU-Florida football game. Horschel brought along with him the FedExCup and left it at the Mark Bostick Clubhouse for display. The team had a chance to see that even though Horschel achieved tremendous success on the PGA Tour this year, his fervor for the program still runs deep. Hes one of the most passionate Gators Ive ever met, Deacon said. I think the guys really saw that you know, he just made 12 million bucks this year and won all of these PGA Tour tournaments, but being a Florida Gator still means so much to him. Even though Horschel is busy playing his own tournaments on the Tour, he manages to keep up with the team and how its performing in every tournament. He knows the guys names, he knows their scores, he knows whos playing well, whos not, Deacon said. I think that had an impact on them that holy smokes this guy is the biggest thing in golf right now, but hes still paying attention to what were doing. As the Gators wind down their fall season, professionals in golf resonated with them. Not only can their advice work in the short term, as with Tomlinson, who tied his careertie for third place. But it also has a chance to make the team better in the long run. dence, they gave everybody more information, which should make us better, Tomlinson said. Just meeting those guys and talking to them, its a cool experience.AP Photo GOLF @alexmaminakisThe seniors are the wise players. Theyre the tough, know-it-all, been-here-before playversity. Sometimes, young freshmen and sophomores are scared of the seniors; theyre intimidating. But at Florida, this years class of seniors has left their mark here in nothing but positive ways. On Friday, the Gators will celebrate senior night as they host Tennessee. This years class is the second largest in program history, with eight Gators saying farewell at the end of the season. This senior class will be remembered for their performances and contributions on the the way that they have impacted the program at Florida. Good, positive people will make any team better. I think theyve really impacted our culture in a lot of positive ways, coach Becky Burleigh said of the seniors. I think the most important part is how theyve been as people for this program, what they represent and how they represent us. Being such a large class this year, these eight seniors have been through a lot together and have formed the nucleus this season for what is such a close, tight-knit team. They have been leaders and mentors for younger players as well as great friends with each other. Senior Annie Bobbitt said that she is beyond excited to experience senior night alongside the seven other seniors and redshirt junior Lindsey Cooper because they are all so close. just this past year but the last four years, Bobbitt said. I know I can go to any of them and talk to them if I ever need anything, theyre with mostly seniors, so theyre like my best friends. Bobbitt also said that this senior class has done a great job of taking young players under their wings and showing them the ropes throughout their time at Florida. Theres so many different personalities between all of the seniors, they bring such a good variety to the team, sophomore Meggie Dougherty Howard said. ership and just advice that they can give us because theyve gone through it for four years. Senior night is always an emotional night for all of the players and coaches, but also a happy night because the players are acknowledged for all of their hard work and dedication for four years. Everything that you dread in the moment, I think you miss in the future, said senior Havana Solaun. And so I think for me right now, Im kind of already missing it and its still here. Its never easy to hang up the cleats and say goodbye, and Bobbitt said shes going to miss everything there is about playing at Florida and being a Gator. I think the number one thing Im going to miss is just the friendships. Ive grown so close to these girls over four years, Bobbitt said. Gator soccer players prepare for senior night on FridayBilly Horschel and Sean Foley mentor Florida golf team From that Ive seen a lot of motivation, the guys have been working harder, working smarter, spending their time in more precise areas.UF coachBobbitt UF Soccer


in Wilsons room, which is separated from Harris by a bathroom. The two then went to dinner and returned to Wilsons room. What happened between the time the two returned and when Harris bid his roommate goodbye at 8:30 p.m. is not explained by Wilson, but Harris claims the complainant came over to watch the LSU-Auburn game which started at 7 p.m. In text messages included in the incident report, Harris texted the complainant in a conversation beginning at 7:32 p.m. to Come massage me, to which the complainant responded Haha. Ill come chill with you for a lil. Harris messages back Whatever, and the complainant messages back Lol so no? Harris then says Its up to you. And the complainant says Ite. Ill call you when Im outside. Harris responds with simply ok. With the game turning into a blowout, Harris and the complainant went their separate ways, but shortly after midnight, the complainant texted Harris Where you at? to which Harris responded Finna go out. The complainant then texted Oh ite. Im at rain. Harris ended up at the Rain Nightclub & Lounge along with a group of football players. At the nightclub, Harris said he consumed one non-alcoholic Red Bull and had only had one drink before arriving at the club. After the nightclub closed at House, which turned out to be closed when they got there. They then went to a Kangaroo gas station and then got into a car with the complainant and a mutual friend (who was driving) to return to Springs. Harris says in the incident report that the complainant came back to his room both individuals live in UFs Springs Residential Complex, but in separate buildings and they laid together on his bed. Harris said they had plans previously to hang out together after going to the club. According to the incident report, Harris told Faroni that he removed his shoes and pants and lay down in his bed. Harris also said the complainant took her shoes off, put her purse down and lay beside him. They began talking to each other and then kissing, and she began feeling on me and everything. Harris said while the two were in the bed kissing the complainant removed her own underwear and then the two engaged in intercourse. Harris told Faroni in the interview that the complainant asked Harris if the sex was good, to which Harris said yes. According to the report, Harris said the complainant wanted to spend the night with him in his room, but he typically rests on Sundays after Saturday games. Harris walked the complainant back to her building, then called her to make sure she was alright at 3:28 a.m. Later in the day Sunday, Harris had a short text exchange with the complainant. He started by saying, Dont tell nobody bout nothing, and the complainant sent back And dont ever try me ever again, then I wouldnt even come near me if I were yu. The 54-minute, 43-second interview is cut short when Harris requests an attorney. Faroni writes in the incident report that it was apparent Harris received a text message from someone advising him to no longer speak with him. Faroni discovered later that day that the person was his roommate, Wilson. The messages said Tell (Faroni) you dont want to talk no more. You want a lawyer. Wilson followed with another that reads Make sure he dont see this. The complainant was in the Shands South Emergency Room at 12:49 a.m. on Oct. 6 when UPD Ofto a sexual assault that happened the night before. In a private room with her father listening on speakerphone almost 24 hours after the alleged sexual battery occurred, she told On Oct. 4 at approximately 11:45 p.m., the complainant went with a friend to Rain, according to a police report. She said several UF athletes were also at the club. The complainant had two rum and coke drinks herself. club, the complainant and her friend, who drove, were going to head back to Springs. Harris who the complainant described as a casual friend asked if he could get a ride back with them, according to the report. The complainant and Harris were in the back seat of the complainants friends vehicle while heading back to Springs. While on the ride back, Harris put his hand on the complainants leg, the comshe responded by telling him that he was not gonna get laid, according to the report. Once they returned to Springs, the driver wanted to get something to eat, according to the report.Harris and the complainant did not want to go, according to the report, and the complainants friend asked Harris to walk the complainant to her room. The two walked into Building 4 of the residential complex and up the stairs to Harris room. According to the report, the complainant said she was OK with going to Harris room at the time because she was not really tired and did not mind hanging out for a bit. After time elapsed, the complainant asked Harris if she could stay the night, according to the report. Harris agreed. The complainant, who had removed just her earrings and her boots according to what she reported, lay on the side of the bed closest to the wall while Harris was on the other edge, according to the report. on top of her and felt like dead weight, making it impossible for her to move. The complainant said she told Harris multiple times that she did not want to have sex with him. According to the report, she kept telling him to get off of her and that she did not want to have sex with him. The complainants father paused the conversation and asked to talk with his daughter privately, accordturned to the room, she explained to the complainant and her father their options regarding charges, according to the report. After completing a sexual assault evidence kit, the complainant then continued her story with Faroni. After initially telling Faroni the plainant added that she remembered her underwear being removed at some point while Harris was on top of her, according to the report. (The complainant) told Harris to get off of her and that they were just friends, the report says. (The minutes, Harris remained on top of her, using his body weight to hold her down, while she repeatedly told him to stop. (The complainant) said want to have sex with you. Harris then put on a condom and had sex with the complainant without her consent, she said to Faroni. She told Faroni that she was unable to move and Harris remained silent throughout. After Harris ejaculated and threw away his condom, the complainant proceeded to put back on her boots and earrings and headed back to her room of the residential complex, according to the report. Harris walked her back to her room. She said it was about 3:25 a.m. on Oct. 5 when she arrived back at her room. Harris called the complainant later that night to see if she was still in her room, according to the report. The girl (whose name was redacted in the documents released) who drove Harris and the complainant back to the Springs Complex in the early morning hours of Oct. 6 wanted to get something to eat. Harris declined to dine with her and requested to be taken back to Springs with the complainant per the incident report. The girl said she heard the complainant say no, no I see you as a brother, I see you as just a brother. I dont see you like that, but she thought the complainant was merely intoxicated. In hindsight, she adBonnie Boland who also sat in on this particular interview that Harris may have been touching the complainant, but she couldnt see anything occurring in the back seat during the drive. When they made it to Springs at approximately 2:30 a.m., she said she thought the complainant wasnt that drunk anymore and let Harris walk her into the building, holding her hand while he did so. The driver got food, then returned to Springs and asked if the complainant was OK. Harris called her and said well, uh, I dont know if shes OK, ah, she opened (her room) door and then she shut it again when I was leaving, so I dont know if she walked out. The driver then said she called the complainant and asked her if she was in her room. The complainant then replied by saying yeah, I could have sworn I said no. The driver asked the complainant to clarify what she was saying, and the complainant replied with I think I said no. The driver thought the complainant was intoxicated and said shed talk to her in the morning. The complainant sent a text message that said OMG (redacted) I really have to tell you about Treon later (sad emoticon). But when pressed, the complainant said she wanted to speak over the phone and not over text message. During a phone call, the complainant told the driver, yeah, last night I think I had sex with Treon. According to the report, the complainant told the driver that Harris didnt walk her to her room but went to Harris room, and then said he jumped on top of me and I just dont see us like that. Harris called wide receiver Latroy Pittman and a woman named Shanndore Brown at 3:30 a.m. Sunday to pick him up. They all then went to Browns apartment and Harris watched T.V. and talked about random subjects. Brown says in the incident report that Harris never spoke about anything that had happened earlier that night and the two fell asleep on her couch. Brown woke Harris up at 8:30 a.m. and drove him to Springs, then did not have any further contact with him, per the incident report. The next day after Harris initial interview with Faroni, the University Athletic Association released a statement saying Harris would be By Oct. 9 at 11:35 a.m., Harris a three-page statement in which they alleged among other things that the complainant had sexual relations with another individual earlier that evening and also said he did not believe Harris would be arrested or prosecuted and that they had gathered information from the Internet showing the complainant smiling and happy the day after the alleged sexual battery. At 2:24 that afternoon, Boland received a phone call saying that the complainant had decided not to press charges on Harris as she previously intended to. By 4:33 p.m. a signed and notarized complaint withdrawal had been returned to Boland. The next day, it was announced publicly that the complainant had withdrawn her complaint and that Harris was fully reinstated to the Florida football program. Florida head coach Will Muschamp declined to comment to alligatorSports through a spokesperson on the release of the documents surrounding the alleged Harris incident, and University spokeswoman ing to the documents that the University will make no statement. ment Wednesday saying This has obviously been an unfortunate and traumatic event for Mr. Harris and his family, and for the young lady and her family. The judicial system and the University of Florida have both agreed to the appropriate resolution in this case. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2014 ALLIGATOR, 15Melissa Zapata / Alligator Melissa Zapata / Alligator Harris and complainant disagree on key facts of the case TREON, from page 1


16, ALLIGATOR THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2014 GRAHAM HALLAlligator Writer@Graham311Without much height in the 2013 season, numerous teams attempted to create mismatches against the Florida womens basketball team. The tallest players barely reached 6-foot, and there was no legitimate post presence the players could throw the ball down low to. However, the Gators received one of their strongest contributions last season from 5-foot-6 redshirt junior Cassie Peoples. Originally a transfer student from Texas, Peoples sat out her NCAA rules for transfer students. She trained with the Gators and practiced hard to further develop the game that she excelled at ESPN ranked her the seventh best guard coming out of high school. back when she tore her labrum in practice and spent the summer rehabbing to hopefully make a contribution to a UF squad that was already deep at the guard position. So when she court last season, Peoples was hoping to the injuries that plagued her for much of her basketball career. healthy, played in every game nal 25. A scrappy defensive player, Peoples led Florida in steals, and was often responsible for guarding the other teams best player. She had the second most assists of all Gators, proving that even if she wasnt scoring herself she was positioning her teammates to score. Peoples along with the rest of the Gators is eager to show that ing to start the season, to highlight how her talent has evolved from last year. I think were all just anxious to get on the court, Peoples said. Weve been training all summer, weve been training this preseason and weve been working really hard. Were ready to show people what that hard work is going to do for us in the game. With the team missing last years leading scorer Jaterra Bonds, Peoples and redshirt senior Kayla Lewis are expected to handle a majority of the scoring for the guards. To improve offensively, Peoples has worked on her shot, especially from the three-point line. She converted nearly 30 percent of her attempts from downtown last season, a number that should improve with the practice shes put in. Shes also worked on getting stronger spending extra time with Floridas strength and conditioning coordinator Tyler Stuart to avoid any more injuries that slowed the development of her talent. (Strength and conditioning coach) Tyler (Stuart)s been really pushing our limits, seeing what our limits are, showing us that we have no limits, Peoples said. Its been tough but at the same time its been really great. With training camp nearing the halfway point, Peoples has seen the hard work pay off. The team has developed chemistry with incoming freshmen and transfer junior Carla Batchelor, and depth is now a strength for a team that was often labeled short and lacking in depth. It was very challenging last year not having a lot of depth, Peoples said. We made it work, but this year were going to have a lot more people to work with. Were going to be able to go in and out very interchangeably. Were going to be able to play defense for longer periods of time at a high level. Were going to be able to press the whole game and have fresh legs in there, because that does play a big role in your strategy and it plays a role in how effective you are on defense.Peoples looks to contribute in 2014 after strong 2013 seasonPeoples The redshirt junior led Florida in steals last season