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The Independent Florida alligator

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The Independent Florida alligator
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Florida allgator
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Alligator
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v. : ill. (some col.) ; 36 cm.

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Vol. 65, no. 75 (Feb. 1, 1973)-
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We Inform. You Decide.www.alligator.orgNot officially associated with the University of Florida WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 2018 FOLLOW US ONLINE FOR UPDATES @FloridaAlligator @TheAlligator_ @TheAlligator UF professor wins Pulitzer PrizeHe wrote a book about the Gulf of Mexico, pg. 5New York Times reporter Jodi Kantor to visit UFShe broke the story about Harvey Weinstein, pg. 3 GATORS FALL TO DOLPHINSFloridas baseball team saw its nine-game winning streak at home come to an end on Tuesday after losing to Jacksonville, pg. 14VOLUME 112 ISSUE 82Published by Campus Communications, Inc. of Gainesville, Florida By Robert LewisAlligator Staff WriterA UF student was arrested Monday for sharing nude photos and a video of his ex-girlfriend in an online forum with his fraternity brothers, Gainesville Police said. Bradshaw Michael Steele, 22, secretly took a video of himself having sex with a woman he had been dating in March 2017, according to an arrest report. In October, two months after the couple had broken up, he uploaded the video, as well as nude photos showing the womans face, to an online forum with members of his fraternity, GPD said. Police said the video was taken without the womans permission or knowledge, and she sent him the nude photos Police said Steele shared the video knowing it would degrade the woman, and members of his fraternity recognized her. Steele was arrested in his apartment at 2 p.m. on charges of sexual cyber harassment, video voyeurism and video voyeurism dissemination. He was released from Alachua County Jail at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday on a $50,000 bond. Steele could not be reached for comment. Steele is a UF wildlife ecology and conservation senior, UF spokesperson John Hines wrote in an email. University spokesperson Margo Winick said she wasnt sure if the fraternity will be disciplined. An Alligator reporter visited Phi Kappa Tau fraternity house where a brother, ecutive board member but declined to give his name, said Steele was a frater2017. The former board member said the photos and video were shared over fraternity. University Police issued a trespass warning against Steele on Monday, according to its website.GPD: UF student shared nude photos, video of ex-girlfriendTHE PROJECT WILL COST ABOUT $40,000. By Christina MoralesAlligator Staff WriterAbout 150,000 pages of The Alligator will be accessible from any device with internet access by September 2019. The George A. Smathers Libraries will make newspaper issues from 1917 to 2004 available online with a text searchable feature, where viewers can search keywords and manager Melissa Jerome said. About 8,500 pages from 1912 through August 1957 will be made available in the next few weeks on the UF Digital Collections website. About 2,900 issues from 2005 to 2017 are already available online. digitize the newspapers available print copies, Jerome said. I think that the fact that its a student newspaper helps shed a said. Were getting a different account from students in the university seeing the changes themselves Patrick Reakes, the UF associate dean of scholarly resources and funded by an endowment and will cost about $40,000. Reakes and his about a year. The idea to digitize these pages About 150,000 pages of The Alligator to be digitized by 2019SEE ALLIGATOR, PAGE 5 Steele Taylour Makrs/Alligator StaffPLAYING PING PONG Andrew Schuffer, an 18-year-old neurobiological sciences freshman, plays ping pong outside Newell Hall on Tuesday afternoon with Ariana Johnson, a 19-year-old microbiology and cell science freshman, as part of the Newell Hall Block Party, which marked the anniversary of the buildings reopening. By Elliott NasbyAlligator Staff WriterUF Levin College of Law students had the lowest passing rate among Florida law school students who took the most recent bar exam, according to results released by the Florida Supreme Court on Monday. All law students need to pass the bar exam to practice as an attorney in Florida. Of the 22 UF law students who took the exam over two days in February, only seven passed a rate of 31.8 percent. The results are utterly unacceptable given the caliber of our students and the quality of law school, wrote in a statement Monday. Efforts by the school to prepare students college is considering a different approach for future exams, Rosenbury said. Whitney Smith, a spokesperson for the law school, said the college and its faculty will consider intervening more in the courses students are taking. In an email to law students, Rosenbury said the school will implement a bar preparation program for students during the three years they are at UF and consider controlling which classes students take. Given these shocking and disheartening results, we are rethinking this approach and Rosenbury said in an email. All third-year law students will be required to submit a study plan and complete a free diagnostic exam before they graduate, according to the email. Administration will also provide risk of failing. Law students from Florida schools had an average passing rate of 53.4 percent. Florida International University students had the highest passing rate at 85 percent. The passing rate for students from Florida State Universitys law school was 76.7 percent. Patrick Brathwaite, a second-year UF law student, hasnt taken the bar exam yet but said the exam was a wake-up call for both the students and school. @_ElohEl enasby@alligator.orgUF law students score lowest in the state on bar exam

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Subscription Rate: Full Year (All Semesters) $100The Alligator. The Alligator The Independent Florida Alligator The Alligator The Alligator The Alligator ISSN 0889-2423 alligators alligator.org/calendarLocal Events / News in Brief Todays WeatherAM NOON PM 2 ALLIGATOR WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 2018 or email WHATS HAPPENING? Florida Swing Dancing Club The Florida Swing Dancing Club will hold a Spring Formal at 8 p.m. today with lessons at the Thelma A. Boltin Center. There will be a beginner lesson, food and dance games. Those interested do not need to bring a partner. Dancing will commence at 9 and last until 11 p.m. Save the Swamp GatorNights The Reitz Union will host an Earth-Day themed Save the Swamp GatorNights. Activities include a do-it-yourself ecofriendly water bottle and starry night painting classes. Gators Going Green will have plant tiedye. Catch the award-winning movie Lady Bird, showing in the auditorium at 8 p.m. and 10:45 p.m. Create a birdhouse in the Arts & Crafts Center from 9 to 11 p.m. Treat yourself at the end of the night with nachos at Midnight Munchies. You will not want to miss this great celebration. GatorNights is always Friday, always free for UF students with a Gator 1 Card. Asian Pacific Islander Desi American Heritage Month April commemorates the first Japanese immigration to the U.S. on May 7, 1853. It also honors the Chinese immigrants who worked to complete the transcontinental railroad May 10, 1869. Asian Pacific Islander American Affairs will celebrate Asian Pacific Islander Desi American Heritage Month with events until April 23. The 2018 theme is the Japanese concept of "ikigai," meaning a reason to live. Midnight Fun Run UF RecSports is calling all superheroes for a Midnight Fun Run on April 25. The event is open to faculty, staff, students and guests. Each participant will receive an event T-shirt and breakfast following the race. Register today on RS Connect. What Were You Wearing? art exhibit The What Were You Wearing? art exhibit is being displayed until April 30 on the third floor of the Ustler Hall Library. STRIVE at GatorWell and the American Student Medical Association have collaborated with anonymous UF student survivors to show the outfits they wore during their attacks. For more info, call 352273-4450. Gallery Talk: The Life and Image of Toussaint LOuverture David Geggus, UF professor of history, will speak Sunday at 3 p.m. at the Harn Museum of Art for a discussion of the dramatic career of Toussaint LOuverture, the slave who became a leader of Haitis independence movement. This talk will address some of the controversies surrounding his life and public image in relation to the series The Life of Toussaint LOuverture, 15 silkscreen prints on view in the exhibition History, Labor, Life: The Prints of Jacob Lawrence. Admission is free. Runoff election early voting Early voting sites for the 2018 City of Gainesville runoff election will be open from April 21 to April 28. Hours of operation are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., except Tuesday and Thursday, when locations will open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Early voting locations include: Cone Park Branch Library, at 2801 E. University Ave., Millhopper Branch Library, at 3145 NW 43rd St. and the Supervisor of Elections Office at the Josiah T. Walls Building, 515 N. Main St. Florida Museum to host photography workshop The Florida Museum of Natural History will host a photography workshop from 9 a.m. to noon April 22 in the Butterfly Rainforest exhibit, which features 60 to 80 species at any given time. Attendees will be able to use tripods and other photographic equipment not usually permitted. The fee is $40 or $35 for museum members. Pre-registration is required, and participants must be 18 years or older. For more information or to register, call 352-273-2057. Got something going on? Want to see it in this space? Send an email with Whats Happening in the subject line to jtavel@alligator.org. To request publication in the next days newspaper, please submit the event before 5 p.m. Please model your submissions after the above events, and keep them to 150 words or fewer. Improperly formatted Whats Happening submissions may not appear in the paper. VOLUME 112 ISSUE 82NEWSROOM Editor Managing Editor, Online Managing Editor, Print Beats Editor Freelance Editor Investigations Editor Opinions Editor Sports Editor Assistant Sports Editor alligatorSports.org Editor Editorial Board Photo Editor the Avenue Editor Copy Desk Chiefs Copy Editors DISPLAY ADVERTISING Advertising Director Intern Coordinator Sales Representatives CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING BUSINESS Administrative Assistant Comptroller Bookkeeper ADMINISTRATION General Manager Assistant General Manager Administrative Assistant President Emeritus SYSTEMS IT System EngineerPRODUCTION Production Manager Assistant Production Manager Advertising Production Staff Editorial Production Staff

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 2018 ALLIGATOR 3 TELL ME ABOUT YOURSELF.Prepare yourself for work after college by building your resume and gaining valuable work experience with the nations largest student-run newspaper.OPEN HOUSEFriday, April 20, from 9:00 a.m to 5:00 p.m.THE ALLIGATOR HAS THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS AVAILABLE:Writers, Photographers, Videographers, Copy Editors, and Columnists.Visit us at either location!MAIN OFFICE:2700 SW 13th Street LIVE at noon on the Independent Florida Alligators OPEN HOUSE Facebook event and meet the summer editors and staff CAMPUS:Weimer G207at stairwell or elevator, go to ground floor, take hallway with single door all the way down to G207 on the left. The Alligator will not be publishing from Friday, April 27 th to Monday, May 14 th ATTENTION Alligator Advertisers Display 352-376-4482 The deadline for Tuesday, May 15th is Thursday, May 10th SHE IS BEING PAID $20,000. By Christina MoralesAlligator Staff WriterA New York Times investigative reporter who was part of the team that revealed Harvey Weinstein was paying off his sexual harassment accusers will be under a spotlight at the Florida Gym next Wednesday. Accent, a Student Government agency that brings speakers to campus, announced Monday it will host a 30-minute Q&A session with Jodi Kantor, who will talk about her career in journalism and her work on the Weinstein story. event, Accent Chairwoman Shelby Buchanan wrote in an email. This is the last Accent show of the semester. Doors will open at 7:30 p.m., and the event will begin at 8 p.m. Kantor is being paid $20,000 to speak, Buchanan said. The event was announced the same day Kantor and a team of reporters won a Pulitzer Prize for their reporting on Weinstein, reintroducing the #MeToo movement, which was founded by Tarana Burke. I hope students will be impressed by Jodis courage and that journalism students will be emboldened to push the envelopes in their careers, as she has, she said. Accent chose Kantor not only for her involvement in the #MeToo movement but also for her coverage of womens issues throughout her career, Buchanan said. Matthew Rosenthal, a UF industrial and systems engineering junior, said he was surprised to see a journalist chosen. He said its nice to see a speaker thats relevant to the news today. Im just excited shes coming and to hear somebody thats been involved in the #MeToo movement because she was one of the ones to bring this out of the darkness into the public sphere, the 21-year-old said. @Christina_M18 cmorales@alligator.orgNew York Times reporter Jodi Kantor is next Accent speaker2017-18 Accent SpeakersOct. 11Kal Penn (paid $65,000) Oct. 24 R.L. Stine (paid $27,500) Nov. 1Carly Fiorina (paid $70,000) Feb. 6 Terry Crews (paid $40,000) March 20 Dan Mullen (not paid) April 19 John Mulaney (was going to be paid $85,000) April 12Jim Jefferies (paid $125,000) April 25 Jodi Kantor (paid $20,000)STUDENT GOVERNMENT GAVE OUT $1,600 WORTH OF COFFEE. By Jessica GilesAlligator Staff WriterJessica Giessman threw her arms around Viper, a yellow Labrador retriever, and looked up at a UF police Can I have him? she asked. The UF criminology sophomore was missing her two German shepherds, so when she heard UFPD would bring the K-9 unit outside Newell Hall for the one-year anniversary event, she cleared her schedule. Giessman and about 3,000 other students gathered at Newell Hall on Tuesday to celebrate the one year anniversary since its redesign, said Michael Murphy, chair of the Newell Hall Advisory Board. The project cost $16.6 million, according to Alligator archives. Student Government gave out more than 600 T-shirts and about $1,600 worth of coffee from Au Bon Pain. I think its been a great vicinity for people to really do a new type of studying, Murphy said. It sparks creativity. The event was meant to celebrate the anniversary of the renovated building without being intrusive to those studying inside, he said. We wanted to make sure that were kind of fueling the students to study but also at the same time celebrating something thats been really great, he said. Giessman didnt want to miss an opportunity to celebrate her favorite study space. The 19-year-old said her favorite sits on the couches and watches the light stream in from the windows. I fell in love with it, she said. @jessica_giles_ jgiles@alligator.orgRenovated Newell Hall

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4 ALLIGATOR WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 2018 By Robert LewisAlligator Staff WriterUFs Fighting Gator Marching Band this October. Construction of the Gator Marching Band Field began with a groundbreaking it didnt have a designated area. Gator Marching Band to have new practice facilities By Jessica GilesAlligator Staff Writerness Month will host the drag show at 8 UF Student Government hosts

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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 opinions@alligator.org, bring them to 1105 W. University Ave., or send them to P.O. Box 14257, Gainesville, FL 326042257.Columns of about 450 words about original topics and editorial cartoons are also welcome. Questions? Call 352-376-4458.Editorial WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 2018 www.alligator.org/opinions ColumnI love the movie theater. I love buying my together. Scott Stinson is a UF English junior. His column focuses on popular culture. archives are now A The views expressed here are not necessarily those of The Alligator.Melissa Gomez EDITOR A bby M iller EDITOR Caitlin Ostroff EDITOR, Jimena Tavel Scott Stinsonopinions@alligator.org

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 2018 ALLIGATOR 7When it comes to making a classic album, there are plenty of more important factors to consider than its cover artwork. Still, theres a good reason why album art is a project. Not only does it make the scale of the creation more tangible for our visual minds, but when handled well, the perfect imaging can enhance our experience with the music as well as our overall appreciation of it. One of the best things about the artwork is that theres no singular way to design a solid cover, even for two albums with similar sonics. Songs from A$AP Mobs Cozy Tapes, Vol. 1 and Migos Culture II ing trap beats and infectious energy, yet their respective artworks couldnt be more different: a beaming, infantile A$AP Yams three grown men sporting gold chains and jet-black suits. Still, both covers encapsulate the overarching themes of the actual albums, as A$AP pays tribute to their fallen founding member, and Migos express landscape in all their glory. Personally, many of my favorite covers have been just as varied although with each of them, Im able to tie the image to ingrained into my memory. With Childish Gambinos awe-inspiring Awaken, My Love!, that moment occurred before Id even seen the cover art, instead taking place when he premiered the album at the Pharos concert in Joshua Tree a few When it comes to Jhen Aikos ethereal Souled Out album cover, that pivotal moment came long after Id heard the mubrought one of the songs to life for myself in high school. The sunshine that beams from the heavens onto Jhens elevated the song Eternal Sunshine from the album, which a close friend and I decided to perform at a coffee house hosted by our schools arts program. It doesnt take a out that the original version was better more so my fault on the piano than my friends singing ability, as I stumbled on a few chords near the end but still, thinking about our live rendition always puts a smile on my face, the memory transposed with the feeling given off by Souled Outs beautiful artwork. Its often a bad sign when the albums cover is more impressive than the music, but when theyre complimentary, it only makes the end product that much more captivating. So this week, kudos to Jessie Reyez and Daniel Caesar for not only formlaboration, but for packaging it behind a snapshot that perfectly sums up the songs light, airy essence. Why Im Smiling: Jessie Reyez ft. Daniel Caesar: Figures, a Reprise How much did I know about Jessie Reyez before this song? I didnt realize Figures, a Reprise was actually a reProbably a little late to the party, but Ill be paying much more attention to the Canadian singer going forward after hearing to Caesars honeylike crooning. Why Im Shaking My Head: Fabulous turns himself into police after allegedly punching Emily B seven times. Knocking out two of her teeth shouldnt need much explanation. Why Im Hopeful For the Future: Kali Uchis Isolation (April 6) In terms of songs that only grow more infectious with each listen, Kali Uchis After the Storm is easily the strongest choice since GoldLink gifted the culture with Crew in 2016. This column originally ran in Daily Trojan. Music matters most, but a classic cover completes the projectU-WireMy cursor hovered over the send button after I typed my pitch for a column about feminism. Id read over the email half a dozen times, but I just couldnt get myself to click. myself, wondering if my lack of gender studies or womens history classes should keep me from writing about feminism every week. Id had good intentions I owned Betty Friedans Gays Bad Feminist, but I hadnt yet gotten around to reading them. Maybe I should write about something else, I thought, still hovering. people like it? After spending my senior Fall writing about hookup culture and, more importantly, Midtown culture, this jump to what I considered a serious and at times sad subject was not a small one. I didnt want to be a downer. Maybe I should just wait until after college to start being so political, I wondered. But for some reason, on that day in early January, I clicked send anyway. Since that day, Ive learned more about feminism by writing about feminism than I ever thought I could. Jessica Valenti wrote Despite the wellworn myth that feminists are obsessed with victimhood, feminism today feels like an unstoppable force of female agency and independence, in her memoir Sex Object. writer I picked up after learning my column was a go. In this line, it felt like she was talking to me. As I worried my columns would sound more like complaints, Valenti assured me naming the problem sexism doesnt make us victims. In fact, it gives us the is bliss, activism is power, and I felt prepared to choose the second option. With a deadline each week, I learned how important it is to look beyond the big nally) in the zeitgeist, its easy to think we ity. Harvey Weinstein and the likes were taken down by strong reporters and stronger women who broke their silences. The Times Up Legal Defense Fund raised more than $20 million for women in several industries to harassment cases. Incredible things have happened in the past year, but there is so much work left to be done. We can celebrate the women at the forefronts of these movements, while we continue to bring awareness to the issues that havent gotten the Hollywood treatment. To name a few, rape culture, employment discrimination and wage gaps, all of which are more prominent for women of color than white women, still deserve our attention, our efforts and our voices. In writing this column, I learned feminism is about so much more than wanting feminism is nothing without intersectionality that is, understanding how race, class, ethnicity, religion, sexuality, gender identity and disabilities affect the way women and nonbinary people experience discrimination. If only some of us are inching toward column for The Alligator, I remembered the I know the answer: No. I know there are countless women who know more about feminism than I ever will, and I know they may have written better pieces than I have. But if I waited until I felt probably never write about it at all. We cant let our fears of not being good enough keep us from trying. We cant wait until we feel ready to change the world to If youre postponing activism until you You wont look back; youll learn as you learning. Carly Breit is a UF journalism senior. Her column focuses on feminism. Goodbye column: What writing about feminism taught me about feminismColumn Carly Breitopinions@alligator.org Kenan DraughorneUWire

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 2018 www.alligator.org/the_avenue Florida Got Soul:Book signing and concert recap (Pg. 10)The Struts: The UK rock band will headline at High Dive (Pg. 9)By Emma WitmerAvenue WriterLocal T-shirt company Always True Collective returns this weekend with a one-day art show and party with live local music and live T-shirt printing. The No Signal show will be held from 8 p.m. to 2 a.m. Friday at the Always True headquarters. Always True Collective is based out of a house located at 124 SW 23rd St. Tickets for the event are available through alwaystrue. co for $10 in advance and for $12 at the door, and they include all you can drink for those 21 and over. As part of #UNLITTER, a movement dedicated to picking up trash and being more aware of the environment, Always True will enter win free merchandise. No Signal and Always True shirts. Always True clothing and merchandise will be available out of the basement. Guests can bring in a garment to be printed with the event logo for $3. Come enjoy it. Check out our work. Check out the clothes. Bring a T-shirt; get it screenprinted on. Bring a couple dollars; get some tacos. Bring your ears; hear some music, Kevin Masaro of Always True said. The event will also feature performances from several local artists: Nick Chase from 9:30 to 10 p.m., King Complex from 10 to 11 p.m., The Hails from 11 p.m. to 12 a.m., NO1 from 12 to 12:30 a.m., Victoria Vicary from 12:20 to 12:30 a.m., Jay Cango from 12:45 to 1 a.m. and Ruckus Royal from 1:10 to 1:30 a.m. Each act will perform a brief outdoor set in the backyard. After a trip to New York City in September, Masaro said he and Drew Howard were inspired by different pop-up art galleries in the city. Thats when we really started talking about pop-ups and art shows and stuff like that. That idea simmered and boiled, and then we were like, lets do it, Masaro said. The idea of No Signal represents a departure from Always Trues heavy-handed social media presence. As Howard and Masaro of Always True began to focus inward, they said the art seemed to come naturally. No Signal, I think, is kind of just putting more of a focus on the individual people and the actual interaction with the people instead of just clothes and stuff on social media. Its just more of the one-on-one conversation, because thats what really matters, Masaro said. The collection includes hand-painted items including jackets, jeans, canvas, shoes and chairs. All of the items on display are also for sale. Some of these jackets have been being worked on for over a year, Masaro said. They have layers and layers and layers and layers and layers and layers of paint, Howard added. Its fabric paint, acrylic paint, spray paint. Every type of paint you can think of is in some sort of way put on these jackets.WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 2018 www.alligator.org/the_avenue Keep up with the Avenue on Twitter. Tweet us @TheFloridaAve. By Gabriella PaulAvenue Writer Although UF College of Medicine Assistant Professor Terrie Vasilopoulos has a doctorate in psychiatry and behavioral neuroscience, some would say she also has a masters in mixology. Sip on Vasilopoulos very own hand-brewed Hefeweizen, along with your choice of about 360 other craft brews at the seventh annual Hogtown Craft Beer Festival from 1 to 5 p.m. April 21 at the Alachua County Fairgrounds. That is, if you were one of the 1,700 people to buy a festival ticket online before it sold out around 8 p.m. Monday. Hogtown Brewers homebrew club, established in 1985, is a voluna dual mission: to organize events celebrating home-brewed craft beer for its members and the Gainesville community, but also to raise money for local charities year-round during these events. Vasilopoulos joined Hogtown Brewers four years ago after moving from Illinois with her husband, Jonathon Freedman, who has been homebrewing for about 10 years, she said. But when they left Illinois, they also left their homebrew club in Chicago. when we moved to Gainesville was Google if there was a homebrew club so we could join it, she said. ers, the couple quickly joined. Now Vasilopoulos is serving as the lead organizer for the 2018 festival. What we like to call it is that Im the head disorganizer for the beer festival. However, there are a lot of moving parts outside of communicating with the more than 100 breweries and six other homebrew clubs attending, she said. Theres pitching tents, grabbing water, securing a site, ensuring food and booking live music. We organize everything from top to bottom, even though were an all-volunteer organization, she said. In fact, Hogtown Brewers is setting up at the event, and six of its own members are serving its handcrafted beer, including Vasilopoulos Hefeweizen and Hard Cider and Freedmans India Red Ale and India Red Saison on Saturday. She said between the two of them, they have already brewed more than 35 gallons in the last month for the festival. Vasilopoulos said to look out for all nine of the Hogtown brews Saturday: El Jefe, a wheat hefeweizen; Hunt for Red India Pale Ale, a hoppy India Red Ale; Hunt for Red India Pale Saison, a Belgian India Red Saison; Manha Manha, a sour guanbana gose; Old Kentucky, a sessionable Kentucky Common; Patience is a Virtue, a cider; Professor Kauph E. Dunkel, a specialty Coffee Dunkel and two others, according to the events mobile phone application. For a live feed on festival favorites and a complete list of the 360 offered brews, guests are encouraged to download the Hogtown Craft Beer Festival application, available on both the Apple Store and the Google Play Store. Although other members have organized the festival in the past, Vasilopoulos said throughout the years she has witnessed how the original beer and food-pairing event has grown into a festival of its own. Tickets sales, at around 1,300 to 1,500 in years past, have grown to a record high of 1,700 this year, Vasilopoulos said. Although the event has always had live music, this year she said, We have a little bit bigger names, especially for Gainesville. Scuttered the Bruce and Whale Feral will be rotating on the main beer pavilion, while The Dozenaires will roam and play throughout the venue at the event. Celebrating craft beer brings Gainesville residents from all walks of life to share a drink and cheers to life. And Christine Denny, UF alumna and full-time president of First Magnitude Brewing Company, couldnt agree more. She said the brewery has been honored to contribute to the event for the past three years, but the local brewery has recently worked closely with Vasilopoulos outside of the event as well. In fact, Vasilopoulos awardwinning English Mild homebrew, Shes A Mild One, was brewed on the First Magnitude brewing system and is still on tap today. This Saturday, shes excited to bring seven of First Magnitudes innovative selection, from a seasonal Papaya Saltwater Intrusion Gose to a hoppy pineapple IPA. Its a great day trying fantastic beers from across Florida, Denny said. Those still looking for tickets 2018 Hogtown Craft Beer Festival Facebook page. Seventh annual Hogtown Craft Beer Festival sells out LOCAL Photo by Vanessa VlandisAlways True Collective CEO Drew Howard spray paints clothes in preparation for Fridays show. Always True Collective to host No Signal art gallery & show

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 2018 ALLIGATOR 9 BOOK SALE APRIL 21 25, 2018430 N. MAIN ST. GAINESVILLE, FL SAT.9AM 6PMSUN. WED.NOON 6PMTUES.ALL ITEMS 1/2 PRICEWED.ALL ITEMS 10 CENTS500,000 ITEMS, BOOKS, COMICS, ART, CDS, DVDS, VINYL RECORDS COLLECTORS CORNER & MORE!CASH OR CHECKS ONLY BRING BAGS OR BOXES FIND US FRIEND US FOLLOW US @FOLACLD WWW.FOLACLD.ORG 352-375-1676 FIND US FRIEND US FOLLOW US FIND US FRIEND US FOLLOW US FIND US FRIEND US FOLLOW US By Emma WitmerAvenue WriterU.K. rock group The Struts are taking a pit stop during their international tour with Foo Fighters to perform in Gainesville on Tuesday night. Although this isnt their only Florida tour date, its their only headline show in the state. The Struts will perform 9 p.m. Tuesday at High Dive. Early entry into the High Dive beer garden begins at 7 p.m., with doors to the venue opening at 8 p.m. The Struts will be joined by special guest MONA, a band out of Nashville, Tennessee. Tickets for the show are available at on the day of the show. High Dive is open door. The four-piece rock group draws inSlack, The Struts guitarist, said the band These include everyone from The Rolling Stones to Oasis to Arctic Monkeys and, somewhat randomly, ABBA. Early in their career, The Struts had the opportunity to perform with their idols. Before the release of their debut album, they opened for The Rolling Stones in Paris. The band was also chosen to play as the supfour performances. The Struts is composed of lead vocalist Luke Spiller, bassist and vocalist Jed Elliott, drummer Gethin Davies and guitarist Slack. At 17 or 18 years old in an effort to avoid going to college, Slack said he and Spiller formed a band. We call ourselves The Struts because he strutted around a lot when we used to rehearse, just the two of us, Slack said. How did Slack know he and Spiller would have the chops to pull off a rock band? He had Spiller sing Far Far Away by Slade. That was all the assurance he needed. I said, f---, that guy can sing!, he said. toured in the United States, a trip Slack now says marked the moment he knew The Struts were here to stay. Coming to America was a pretty big milestone for us, Slack said. At the time, things werent going so well in the U.K., and it was quite a last shot. We came over here and did a sold-out tour straight off the bat. This marks The Struts second performance at High Dive. The band performed sold-out show. I think were a lot more professional now, Slack said. Were just really excited. We were rehearsing yesterday and today, and were playing better than ever, so its going to be good. In the time since that performance, The Struts have continuously teased the release of their sophomore album and released their most recent single, One Night Slack revealed the album is set for release this summer, though he could not You only get one shot to make an album, Slack said. We only get one shot to make the best second album well ever do The delay has been worth it.UK rock band The Struts to perform in Gainesville MUSIC Photo by Danny ClinchKnown for songs like Kiss This and One Night Only, The Struts will bring their talents to High Dive on Tuesday.

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10 ALLIGATOR WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 2018By Natu TwehAvenue ContributorSeven years ago, John Capouya discovered a great deal of his favorite soul artists came from Florida. Capouya, a journalism and writing associate professor at the University of Tampa and a teacher Program, held a presentation and is titled Florida Soul: From Ray Charles to KC and the Sunshine Band. To a packed room of about 40, he gave details on his journey and discoveries in Florida. By playing memorable songs from various soul artists, he managed to captivate the audience and create interaction among everyone. This is a soul music capital that deserves to be recognized, Capouya said. I try to make that case in this book. From Ray Charles to KC and the Sunshine Band, he dug up as much information as he possibly could about Floridas soul hisof The Twist resides in Tampa, and found Bobby Purify of James & Bobby Purify was not actually named that. There were two Bobbys, both with different names who took on the mantle of Bobby Purify. Capouya also discovered Florida was a hotspot for talent between the 1940s and 1980s beartists in his book were alumni the most prestigious and rigorous ists such as Willie Clarke developed their sound and techniques Florida was the most urban state after World War II, and this led to the establishment of numerous nightclubs and venues for both white and black audiences. The amount of venues gave black musicians the chance to tour across the state for months and make steady money. This strip of venues was known as the Chitlin Circuit, and Florida boasted the largest strip of venues aside from Texas. One venue at the time was the Two Spot in Jacksonville, which could hold up to 2,000 people. an important role in Florida soul by adding interesting counts and rhythms to an already diverse Little Beaver, played his guitar with the inspired Latin rhythms On the 1971 Betty Wright song a chorded guitar riff that was pattern that can be found in salsa, conga and other Latin genres. These factors that helped establish the level of talent in Florida also helped to keep Florida soul out of the limelight. Unlike cities and record labels that had a phis, Florida soul did not have a distinct sound. Floridian artists also found their success outside the state. Ray Charles and Sam & Dave both had greatest successes outside of Florida, but they never forgot their training and Florida heritage. Its to our advantage as listeners but to our disadvantage that no one could pinpoint one city sound, Capouya said. ing Friday, a show was held at the Boxcar in Depot Park on Saturday night to commemorate Capouyas book and Florida soul. Little Jake & the Soul Searchers performed. pillar in the soul community, has been performing since the 1950s; to perform at the University of Floridas football homecoming Gator Growl event in 1960 to an integrated crowd. The only way we would be able to play is if our people could straight years after, we sold out every show at every sorority and fraternity house. The performance at the Boxcar was electrifying, as the friendly environment led everyone to sing and dance to the sounds coming from the Soul Searchers. noring the hot air that kept getting in his performances, and nothing demonstrated that better than the thick beads of sweat dripping from his forehead. sents the enduring legacy of soul music into the 21st century. There are some who still perform soul music today, and there are others soul artists of the past. Toronto-rapper Drake sampled Timmy Thomas 1972 Why Cant We Live Together in his song dio album Views. Chance The Rappers Favorite Song, from samples Betty Wrights Clean Up Woman. Soul is alive in countless ways, and in the state of Florida it does not seem to be slowing down anytime soon. Soul is the beginning of lots of music, and I think it is an honor that someone decided to publish a book on its history in Florida, Florida Soul: From Ray Charles to KC and the Sunshine Band can be purchased at online retailers such as amazon.com and barnesandnoble.com.John Capouya hosts Florida Soul book signing, concert MUSIC Photo by Natu TwehLittle Jake & the Soul Searches performed at the Boxcar in Depot Park after the presentation and signing. By Natalie RaoAvenue EditorThe semester may be winding down, but that doesnt mean theres a shortage of things to do in Gainesville. Whether you like movies, music or the outdoors, theres something for everyone. In addition to our other coverage this week, here are the best places to spend your weekend.THURSDAYWanee Music Festival 2018 at Spirit of The Suwannee Music Park For those willing to make the trek to Spirit of The Suwannee of Gainesville) and spend an extra buck, Wanee Festival is a great place to get away for the weekend. This four day jam festival will feature bands like Widespread Panic, Phil Lesh, The Terrapin FamDark Star Orchestra. The festival Tickets are available at waneefestival.shop.ticketstoday.com.FRIDAYPlease Stand By at The Hippodrome Cinema This Friday at 7:30 p.m., The screening Please Stand By, a dramady starring Dakota Fanning as Wendy, a young woman with autism who attempts to win a Star Trek writing competition. The movie will screen for one week with various showtimes. Find tickets at tickets.thehipp.org.SATURDAYAlpine Tower Gator Open Climb at Lake Wauburg For those who want to get their blood pumping this weekend, UF RecSports will host an open climb event at Lake Wauburgs South Shore from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. pine Tower, and no registration or group is necessary. Just bring your Gator 1 Card and youre good to climb. SLAY! A Party Fit For A Queen at University Club Student-run record label Swamp Records will host their urday from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. The event will feature both live drag performances and DJ Phucket on the decks throughout the night. Wristbands are available for $10 at the door.SUNDAYAbe Partridge at Looseys If youre still wanting to keep the weekend going come Sunday, talents to Looseys at 7 p.m. With both light acoustic pieces and gritattendees can expect Partridge to play various tracks from his latest album, Cotton Fields and Blood For Days. Local musician Kyle Keller will provide opening support for Partridge. RSVP at bandsintown.com.Event Roundup: The best places to spend your weekend

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 2018 Dont get stuck with an extra rent payment. Advertise your subleases in the Alligator Classifieds and save yourself some cash. Call 373-FIND. 4 Roommates IVE HAD IT WITH YOUR LOUD MUSIC! Is your roommate driving you crazy? Find a replacement in the Alligator Classifieds! 5 Real Estate Sell your house, condo, acreage, mobile home and much more in the ALLIGATOR CLASSIFIEDS! Reach thousands of possible buyers! Mastercard and Visa accepted over the phone, by fax, email or CHECK OUT PLACING YOUR AD THRU OUR ONLINE AT www.alligator.org. or please call 373Find (373-3463) NEW CONDOS-WALK TO UFFor Info on ALL Condos for Sale, Visit www.UFCONDOS.COM or Matt Price, University Realty, 352-281-3551 4-25-43-5 6 Furnishings Got a new couch?. Sell your old one in the Alligator Classifieds. Call 373-FIND (3463) to place your ad today. BEDROOM SET $300 BRAND NEW 5 Piece Bedroom Sets Available in Twin, Full, Queen, & King sizes. Can Deliver. 352-3779846. 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12 ALLIGATOR WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 2018 St. Francis House is a homeless shelter located in downtown Gainesville. Our mission is to empower families with children to transition from homelessness to self-sufficiency by providing case management, housing, food, training and educational resources in a secure environment. If interested in volunteering please contact the volunteer coordinator at 352-3789079 ext 317 or sfhcoor@stfrancis.cfcoxmail.com St Francis House depends on monetary support from individual donors and community businesses in order to provide meals to the homeless and the hungry. To make a donation by mail, please send checks payable to St. Francis House P.O. Box 12491 Gainesville Fl 32604 or our website atStfrancishousegnv.org 14 Help Wanted This newspaper assumes no responsibility for injury or loss arising from contacts made through advertising. We suggest that any reader who responds to advertising use caution and investigate the sincerity of the advertiser before giving out personal information or arranging meetings or investing money.SAY:"I FOUND IT IN THE ALLIGATOR!" Total Home looking for a floor associate in downtown Gainesville. Duties include: working sales floor, assembling cabinetry, loading materials and general upkeep. $10/hour. Email resume to totalhome@totalhomefla.com 5-15-1810-14 Engineering & Arts Day Camp Hiring Now! Build and play with kids this summer. Need education, engineering, arts majors to help us run this incredibly special camp experience. (FT/PT avail) www.masterbuildercamp.com to apply. 4-20-18-7-14 Paralegal, part-time, for Immigration Law firm. Will train. Must be fluent in Spanish and English. Must make a one year commitment. Resume to: robert.jacobs@rjjimmigration.com. 4-2518-8-14 FAST TYPISTS NEEDED Create your own schedule Close to campus Earn raises quickly Apply at www.ctscribes.com 5-17-10-14 15 Services Do you have a business that provides a service? Place your ad in the Services Section of the Alligator Classifieds for as little as $3.00 per day. Call us at 373-FIND.Affordable Attorney12 Years Experience Call or Text Sam 24/7 904.600.2683 4-2517-86-15 Now you can easily submit your classified adfor print and/or web editionsright thru our website!Just go to www.alligator.org/classifiedsVisa and Mastercard accepted. Students in Accounting, Aviation, Business/ Sales and computer science needed for various positions. Flexible schedules and competitive pay. Join our team! Learn more at www.gleim.com/employment 6-21-18-55-14 Don't forget to tell them:"I found it in The Alligator!" Hiring Telephone Interviewers for UF! Seeking telephone interviewers to collect information on a variety of subjects including, but not limited to, academic and business research, health care, and transportation. Pay ranges from $9.75 $10.25 per hour + performance incentive + Paid Training. Search Telephone Interviewer on Gator Jobs! http://jobs.ufl.edu 4-23-18-16-14PUT IT IN THE ALLIGATOR! LOCAL TARGETED EFFECTIVE ECONOMICAL Reach over 50,000 readers each publication day. 1. INVENTIONS: Who invented the first successful electric razor? 2. U.S. STATES: What is Ohios official gemstone? 3. GEOGRAPHY: Where is the Griffith Observatory located? 4. ORGANIZATIONS: What volunteer organization celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2011? 5. MEASUREMENTS: How many gills are in a pint? 6. U.S. PRESIDENTS: Which president was the heaviest? 7. LITERATURE: Who popularized the term The Jazz Age in a book title? 8. MUSIC: Who had a 1961 hit with the song Hit the Road Jack? 9. GEOLOGY: The terms carrara and calacatta refer to what type of stone? 10. PROVERBS: What is the end of the proverb that begins, Whats good for the goose ... ? Answers 1. Jacob Schick 2. Flint 3. Los Angeles 4. The Peace Corps 5. Four 6. William Taft weighed 332 pounds 7. F. Scott Fitzgerald 8. Ray Charles 9. Marble 10. ... is good for the gander. 2018 King Features Synd., Inc. April 16, 2018 King Features Weekly Service Reduce your showertime by 2 minutes. PRESERVE WATER TICK.TOCK. 13 Wanted 14 Help Wanted 14 Help Wanted Friends dont let friends drive drunk.

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 2018 ALLIGATOR 13 Want to be a CNA? Dont want to wait? Express Training Services now offers a CNA class which can be completed in one weekend. Perfect for busy college students. www. expresstrainingservices.com/ww 4-25-1743-15 16 Health Services HIV ANTIBODY TESTINGAlachua County Health Dept. Call 334-7960 for appt (optional $20 fee) Need CPR Training?(352) 727-4733 www.GatorCPR.com CNA Prep Classes from GatorCNA.com 7-3-17-108-16 Now you can easily submit your classified adfor print and/or web editionsright thru our website! Just go to www.alligator.org/classifiedsVisa and Mastercard accepted. DRUG PROBLEM?WE CAN HELP! 24 HOURS 7 DAYSCALL NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS1-866352-5323 352-376-8008 www.uncoastna.org pr@uncoastna.org HIV ANTIBODY TESTINGAlachua County Health Dept. Call 334-7960 for appt (optional $20 fee) Don't forget to tell them: "I found it in The Alligator!" 19 Connections Want to make a connection?Place your ad here to look for someone to share a common interest with or for your true love 20 Events/Notices IS YOUR BUSINESS, CLUB OR ORGANIZATION HAVING AN EVENT? DO YOU HAVE A SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT? PLACE YOUR AD HERE AND GET IT NOTICED! $2,500 Healthier Future Essay Scholarship Learn more at: FastSlimBody.com/Scholarship 4-25-20-20 Designated drivers are the greatest Get the party started! Place your Entertainment classified today to get people up and about. Call 373-FIND. WALDO FARMERS & FLEA MARKET Vintage & Unique Like EBay in 3DSat & Sun www.WaldoFlea.com 12-5-111-21 22 Tickets BUYING OR SELLING TICKETS? Place your ad here and get results!Visit: alligator.org/classifieds 23 Rides Trying to get to and from somewhere? Want to cut back on that gas bill? Place an ad in the classifieds to find trip arrangements or show off your bus and shuttle service. 373FIND 24 Pets Furry, feathery, scaly...no, not your roommate...pets. Find or advertise your pets or pet products here in the Pets section of the Alligator. Because Cats Don't Understand AbstinenceOPERATION CATNIPSpaying/Neutering Free-Roaming Cats Borrow a Trap / Make a Clinic Reservation Make a Donation / Volunteer New Expanded HoursLots of NEW info athttp://ocgainesville.org/ 25 Lost & Found Finders Keepers? If you find something, you can place a FREE FOUND AD in our lost & found section. Be kind to someone whos lost what youve found. Call 373-FIND. 1 __ Romeo: Italian car 5 Machu Picchu people 10 __ Plaines 13 Copier room quantity 14 Spanish peak 15 With 27-Down, Captain Picard 16 What constant stress does, healthwise 18 Disney woman loosely based on Andersens Snow Queen 19 Draw out 20 Flustered state 22 Bathroom fixture 24 Old West folklore cowboy 26 FedEx alternative 28 Arsenal inventory 29 What was __ was saying? 30 Japanese rolls 33 Dip __ in: test 37 Things gathered by aficionados ... or what the ends of 16-, 24-, 49and 59-Across can be? 41 Patellas place 42 Decorate 43 Video game letters 44 N.Y. 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Florida quarterback Jake Allen announced on Tuesday that he intends to transfer. Allen, a freshman this past season, did not appear in a game for UF in 2017. GATORS KICK OFF SEC TOURNAMENT TODAYFlorida's women's golf team is competing in the SEC Tournament in Birmingham, Alabama, this week. The event begins today and runs through Sunday. UF is the defending the conference champion, winning last year's tournament by 13 strokes. The Gators have won nine total SEC titles in program history. Follow us for updatesFor updates on UF athletics, follow us on Twitter at @alligatorSports or online at www.alligator.org/sportsWEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 2018 www.alligator.org/sportsBASEBALLBy Justin AhlumSports WriterNo. 1 Florida (32-7, 12-3 SEC) fell to Jacksonville 8-4 on Tuesday night, ending UFs nine-game home winning streak and snapping a fourgame winning streak overall. Weve gotta clean up some mistakes, coach Kevin OSullivan said. The Dolphins 3-4-5 hitters were the Achilles' heel of the Gators pitching staff. Shortstop Scott Dubrule, third baseman Angel Camacho la who were all hitting over .300 before Tuesday nights game torched UF in the batters box. The trio went a combined off the bat of Cassala. Cassala also iced the game with a twoer Nick Horvath in the seventh inning. from JU, Florida struggled to against Jacksonville (25-13, 6-3 A-Sun). Freshman Jack Leftwich got the starting nod for the Gators, giving up three runs on two hits, three walks and three strikeouts in 3.1 innings of work. OSullivan said Leftwich was on a pitch count to preserve him for UFs weekend series against Kentucky. Austin Langworthy, Horvath, Hunter McMullen and Connor Churchill also took the mound in relief on Tuesday night. Floridas relievers gave up a and managed to strike out only three JU batters. The decision to go with Langworthy in the fourth inning, who has seen very limited action on the hill this season, was because of the contrast between him and Leftwich. (Leftwich) is throwing 92, 94, and youve got a lefty (in Langworthy) throwing 80 to 82 and low 70s offspeed, OSullivan said. We thought Gators' winning streak snapped after bullpen sputters I arrived, stepped out of my dads Nissan Sentra and inhaled the scent of high expectations. Grill smoke and the aroma of fresh off an opening-day victory, tailgated in the parking lot. A few hundred feet away, the thenFlorida Marlins were preparing to play the then-Montreal Expos in what was three-game series to open the season, and not the Marlins had just won the World Series. Of course, besides the World Series part, can be measured in pounds of food cooked what a three-game series was or who the walking up the spiral ramp to the second level of the stadium and emerging through a tunnel on orange nothing but orange as the old stadiums infamous neon seats revealed themselves giant scoreboard that showed foreign to me as acronyms written in Korean. that day and that game as one of the formative moments of my young life. That, it turned out, was the beginning of my love of sports. I mean seriously, why do sports matter?Sweet and Bauer / Opinion Ethan BauerTwitter: @ebaueriSEE COLUMN, PAGE 16 SOFTBALLBy Mari FaielloSports WriterAfter sweeping South Carolina at home this past weekend, Floridas softball team will hit the diamond again tonight at 6 at Katie Seashole Pressly Stadium to take on Florida A&M. The No. 5 Gators (37-7, 12-3 SEC) are in of victories over the Gamecocks, while the recent sweep of their own against Savannah State. As Florida enters the latter part of its schedule, with just 11 games left in the regular season, each contest is a step toward the ultimate goal: the Womens College World Series. So far this season, the Gators have heavDeWitt. idas roster in batting average, at-bats, runs, DeWitt helped the Gators capture the series sweep over the Gamecocks in Saturdays doubleheader, sending a walk-off home run game of the day. Shes a huge impact and a game changer. The career that (DeWitt) has had, she body weve ever had, he said in a release after Saturdays doubleheader. Shes a gamer. DeWitt, a senior, has logged 41 hits and 41 runs and has started every game this season. runs. own as the team has three more SEC series UF takes on Florida A&M tonight as regular season winds downSEE SOFTBALL, PAGE 16 SEE BASEBALL, PAGE 16 Alligator File PhotoFlorida's baseball team lost to Jacksonville 8-4 on Tuesday night. "We've gotta clean up some mistakes," coach Kevin O'Sullivan said.

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By Tyler NettunoSports Writer With the Gators 18-6 victory over Marquette on Saturday, UF lacrosse coach Amanda OLeary said that her players are still focused heading into its longest road stretch of the season. Any time you can get a win in this league, its important, she said. Florida (11-3, 6-0 Big East) has won 28 straight conference matchups and will take on Cincinnati, who has lost its last six games, at noon today. The Gators have won all four of their matchups against the Bearcats, including a 19-2 victory last April. Cincinnati (6-7, 0-6 Big East) hasnt won a game since its 1711 victory against Campbell on March 8. It has been a season to forget for the Bearcats. After beginning the year 6-1, they have collapsed since conference play began. nati will play this season. Though the Bearcats appear to be overmatched against the No. 9 Gators, they still have some ofput it. Cincinnatis scoring attack is led by a pair of sophomores: attacker Monica Borzillo and midThe duo has combined for 66 of the teams 159 goals this season. We have our work cut out for us on the defensive end, OLeary said. In goal for the Bearcats will be junior Giuliana Durso. She has made 132 saves this year for a save percentage of .439. Floridas high-powered offense will challenge Durso. The Gators attack is tied for 10th in the country, averaging 16 goals per game. Senior attacker Shayna Pirreca campaign, scoring 42 goals and 14 assists through 14 games. Sydney Pirreca, has 37 goals while junior attacker Lindsey In the win against Marquette, Big East Defensive Player of the Week Sabrina Cristodero shut down then-conference goals leader Grace Gabriel, holding her to two shots. The freshman has been a defensive force for the Gators all year, and she leads the team in draw controls with 72. She will likely play a large role in Floridas defensive game plan against Cincinnati, as she and the rest of the Gators defense will atford in check. Heading out on a 3,700-mile road trip, OLeary knows that all for the team. However, she believes that it will prove valuable in the long run, especially for the teams younger contributors. Itll be a challenge for us, she said. I think its a great learning experience for our players. @TylerNettuno tnettuno@alligator.org WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 2018 ALLIGATOR 15 LACROSSEFloridas two-game road trip begins today in CincinnatiEmma Green / Alligator Staff Wednesday, April 18Womens Golf @ SEC Tournament, All Day Lacrosse @ Cincinnati, Noon, Bearcats TV Softball vs. Florida A&M, 6 p.m., SEC Network + Thursday, April 19Womens Golf @ SEC Tournament, All Day Baseball @ Kentucky, 7 p.m., SEC Network Friday, April 20Womens Golf @ SEC Tournament, All Day Womens Tennis @ SEC Tournament, 9 a.m. Gymnastics @ NCAA Championships, 7 p.m., ESPNU Softball @ Mississippi State, 7 p.m., SEC Network + Baseball @ Kentucky, 7:30 p.m., SEC NetworkSaturday, April 21Womens Golf @ SEC Tournament, All Day *Womens Tennis @ SEC Tournament, 10 a.m. Baseball @ Kentucky, 1 p.m., SEC Network + Lacrosse @ Denver, 2 p.m., Altitude Softball @ Mississippi State, 2 p.m., SEC Network + *Gymnastics @ NCAA Championships, TBD, ESPNU Sunday, April 22Womens Golf @ SEC Tournament, All Day Softball @ Mississippi State, 1 p.m., SEC Network + *Womens Tennis @ SEC Tournament, 2:30 p.m., SEC Network = If NecessaryTHIS WEEK IN UF SPORTS Alan Alvarez / Alligator Staff

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16 ALLIGATOR WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 2018 tion to baseball, and while I grew up watching Florida football with my dad, himself a UF alum, I never knew the players or followed the team. Suddenly that changed. I never really asked why until college when I started working at The Alligator, where Ive written several columns about how sports are trivial compared to real problems like cancer or war or racial injustice. I still stand by those thoughts, but with my time at The Alligator ending next week, I wanted to try and explain why even though there are times to put sports aside and even ing to be contrived and meaningless I chose to write about them in the The answer starts with a fancy philosophical term called metaphysics. My apologies to any philosophy professors/majors who read this because surely my explanation will fall short, but metaphysics basically tries to make sense of reality. It asks questions about principles and existence, and it has implications in sports. Thats because theres a fundamental metaphysical question related to sports: Are human beings, for some reason, drawn to competition as part of our nature? And I believe the answer to that question is a clear yes. Whether the ancient Greek olympics, the Roman gladiators or todays NFL, humans seem to generally be drawn to competition as a distraction. There are other forms of distraction to be sure one of my best friends, for example, prefers being entertained by esports and Dungeons and Dragons but sports are a classic way to escape from our everyday lives and momentarily bask in pure emotion. Which, like sleeping or communicating, is something most humans need to do. Something else humans generally need are relationships. Sports help build them. My dad and I still bond to this day over Florida football and Marlins baseball, even if we cant watch games together. And are there other ways to forge relationships? Of course. But sports are an easy, passive way to do so. surely sports consumption since I started writing about them ironic, I know but its not too hard to when my idea of a fun Friday night was schlepping over to Marlins Park to watch a game with my fellow baseball-loving friend. Wed watch the game. Talk about the game. When our team played poorly, it left us with our heads hung feeling defeated, even though wed done nothing ourselves. When our team did well, wed leave feeling a rush of ecstasy. And when the team experienced sustained success, it made our lives feel a little better. Notice a common word in all three of those instances? Yes, feeling thats what sports offer. And few other parts of our daily lives can. Ethan Bauer is a sports writer. Contact him at ebauer@alligator. org.COLUMN, from pg. 14 and two non-conference games on the remainder of its regular-season schedule. The junior from Moorpark, California, has reached base in every game this season, bringing her career mark to 163 of 170 games. Meanwhile, Florida has been led In the circle by junior pitcher Kelly Barnhill. The Marietta, Georgia, native was selected as this weeks SEC Pitcher of the Week for the ninth time in her career and the fourth time this season. Barnhill (19-1) limited the Gamecocks offense to a pair of hits and one run over a 14-inning stretch this past weekend. She also logged her ninth shutout of the season and the 28th of her career with 21 strikeouts in the two contests. The Rattlers will most likely depend on Kyaira Brown. The sophomore is one of three pitchers on the team but has the most experience overall in the circle. Brown (11-9) holds an ERA of 2.80 with 92 strikeouts and 79 runs allowed. Weve got to be on top of our A-game, Walton said. Everybody that weve played midweek has come at us with everything theyve got and I expect nothing less from them (Wednesday). @faiello_mari mfaiello@alligator.org SOFTBALL, from pg. 14Lorenz has reached base in every gameAlan Alvarez / Alligator StaffFlorida pitcher Kelly Barnhill is 19-1 this season and was recently selected as SEC Pitcher of the Week. maybe he could get away with an inning or two which obviously didnt work out. On offense, not much happened for Florida other than a solo home run from right tom of the second. After that, Daltons bat went cold, stranding more than half of the 13 Gators runners left on base. Second baseman Blake Reese and third baseman Jonathan India drove in runs choices. India extended his hitting streak to 24 games with an RBI double to left, plating the last run of the game for Florida. He went 2-for-4 and average. Im really not trying to think about (the hitting streak), he said. Id rather win as a team and succeed as a player. Florida will now pack its bags and head to Lexington as the Kentucky Wildcats will host the Gators for a threegame series starting Thursday. I do think this weekOSullivan said. Theyre always very good offensively in their own ballpark and the weather is not gonna be kind to us again. Were gonna have some things were gonna have to battle through. @justinn_case1 jahlum@alligator.org BASEBALL, from pg 14Dalton left seven runners on base