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VOLUME 107 ISSUE 12 WWW.ALLIGATOR.ORG FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2012 Today We Inform. You Decide.Not officially associated with the University of Florida Published by Campus Communications, Inc. of Gainesville, Florida It provides free yoga classes on Saturday and Sunday, pg 3. Florida State University came in at No. 6, pg 5. Students and children dabbled in magic, pg. 5. Alligator Contributing WriterThe Democratic Partys biggest names gathered in Charlotte, N.C., to support President Barack Obamas bid for a second term, but some of his hardest-working student supporters watched crowded around a projector screen at UF. Wearing Obama T-shirts and stickers, students met in the Reitz Union Matthews Suite from 7:30 p.m. to nearly midnight to watch speeches from Vice President Joe Biden and Obama. Weve had a great response, said UF College Democrats President William Farrell, 20. About 80 people attended the watch party throughout the evening. The room was especially packed during Obamas nomination acceptance speech. Its a good reminder of why all of us are out there working and donating our free time to make sure the president is re-elected, Farrell said. The environmental science junior said he thinks many students are thankful for Obamas policies and would like to give him another term. was an incredibly special year, he said, adding that this years election is just as important. Were going to work really hard to make sure the turnout is as high as possible. The Gators for Obama committee has been working every weekday to register students, said co-chair Rachel McGovern, a 20-year-old political science junior. The organization is focusing on voter registration until the Oct. 9 deadline. People know were there, McGovern said. We have people coming up to the tables. Thursday night, Biden spoke at 9:30 p.m., drawing applause from the students as he talked about the bailout of General Motors and the death of Osama bin Laden. Obama accepted the nomination at about 10:30 p.m. after bechelle Obama. His speech covered topics like college education, job creation and clean energy. He also covered the controversial issue of womens reproductive rights, and promised that the war in Afghanistan will be over in Jaylen Watkins and Florida have to deal with Texas A&Ms up-tempo attack in Saturdays SEC opener. See story, page 13. 88 /72 FORECAST 2 OPINIONS 6 CLASSIFIEDS 9 CROSSWORD 12 SPORTS 13 Alex Catalano / Alligator StaffStudents watch President Barack Obamas 2012 presidential nomination acceptance speech on a Students gather for acceptance speech Alligator Contributing WriterA University Avenue student center will transform into a food and business center next year. The Presbyterian and Disciples of Christ Student Center, located at 1402 W. University Ave., will leave its current building, and the space will reopen in the summer of 2013 as U14, a hub of seven retail spaces and food venues. The move will also affect the 35-year-old Burrito Bros. Taco Co. that resides in the back of the building, a restaurant staple for the Gainesville community. Seth Lane, a director of Front Street Commercial Real Estate Group, said his company is planning to get Burrito Bros. a renovated space in U14. Lane said the center is expanding to about 9,500 square feet. There will be seven suites for retail and a 6,500-square-foot porch for patrons. About 20 businesses have shown interest, Lane said. UF architecture alumni Elaina Berkowitz and Roland Faust designed the plans for the center as part of a design competition hosted by the developers. The contest was only open to UF juniors and seniors. Project architect Stephen Bender said having that student involvement adds to the value of the property. It was really fun to work on and for us it was a really exciting project, said Berkowitz, 22. It meant a lot to be able to create a new icon in the community. Representatives for the student center couldnt be reached for comment.Christian center to become restaurant venue, courtyard Alligator Contributing WriterThe new Reitz Union Board Entertainment Arts Committee will host its The UF Then & Now gallery will show photographs of UF from the mid20th century with modern backdrops. The event, which will be held at 8 p.m. in Orange & Brew, is free for students. The photographer, 45-year-old Pam Marlin, works as a graduate program assistant in UFs physics department. She got the idea from a project that featured World War II photographs in front of their present-day scenes. Twenty of her UF photographs will be at Mondays gallery, which she will be attending. Her favorite features an old-fashioned car full of children on a dirt path in front of Smathers Library. Now, the sidewalk is paved and has a lush landscape. We always live in the present but dont think about the past, Marlin said. That was the goal: to remember. RUB has never done a gallery show like this because theyve never had an arts committee, said RUB adviser Dianna Lampitt. The organization added it to broaden student input within the Reitz Union. We cover pretty much everything besides the art faction, Lampitt said. We wanted the students to have a better voice in the union.New RUB art committee to SEE RUB, PAGE 4 SEE OBAMA, PAGE 4 It was really fun to work on and for us it was a really exciting project.UF architecture alumniCAMPUSObama


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 VOLUME 107 ISSUE 12 ISSN 0889-2423 The Alligator The Alligator 2, ALLIGATOR FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2012 TODAYFORECASTSUNNY 86/68 PARTLY CLOUDY 86/69 RAIN 85/70 RAIN 88/73 TUESDAY MONDAY SUNDAY SATURDAY THUNDER STORMS 88/72 WHATS HAPPENINGFirst Friday: Blues, Brews, Booze and Barbecue Come out to Septembers Blues, Brews, Booze and Barbecue First Friday. Enjoy barbecueand blues-themed food and music while taking in downtown Gainesville 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Purchase your pass downtown at the Opera House, located in between Lillians Music Store and Harrys Seafood Bar & Grille. Bienvenida Open House at La Casita The Institute of HispanicLatino Cultures, La Casita, would like to invite everyone to this years Bienvenida Open House from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at La Casita, on University Avenue across from Library West. Join us for free food, music, games and door prizes. For more infor mation visit, www.facebook. com/LacasitaUF/events. Free genealogy workshop The Gainesville Chapter National Society Daughters of the American Revolution and the Alachua County Library District are co-sponsoring a free genealogy workshop at the Tower Road Public Library, 3020 SW 75th St., Saturday from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Come and learn how to find out about your revolutionary war ancestors. For more information, leave a message for Dot Hope at 352371-2795 or dothope@ufl.edu. Gainesville Interfaith Alliance for Immigrant Justice Hosts CIW Week of Action Sept. 11, 7 p.m.: Farmworker Poverty: An Interactive Play performed by UF CHISPAS in Room 335, Reitz Union. Sept. 12, 7 p.m.: Meet the Coalition of Immokalee Workers at a community potluck and presentation at Emmanuel Mennonite Church, 1236 NW 18th Ave. Sept. 13, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.: Modern Day Slavery Museum on Plaza of the Americas. Sept. 13, 1 p.m.: Talk and multimedia presentation by CIW farmworkers in Room 1A of UF Smathers Library. Sept. 14, 5 p.m.: CIW Farmworker Protest Action at Westgate Publix at University Avenue and 34th Street. Scholarship informational meeting The Hispanic Scholarship Fund Scholar Chapter at UF is hosting a scholarship infor mational meeting. Come learn about a variety of scholarships (merit-based, need-based, minority, etc.) that are available at 7 p.m. on Sept. 11 in La Casita on University Avenue, across from Library West. There will be free food. Latina Womens League offers free English classes The Latina Womens League Applications for the Freshman Leadership Council are now available FLC is a Student Government agency composed of a select group of freshmen who are interested in involvement and leadership at UF. Applications can be found at the SG office (Reitz Union third floor) and on the SG website (www.sg.ufl. edu/applications/staff) Applications are due no later than 3 p.m. on Sept. 14. You can also like their Facebook page (www.facebook.com/ FreshmanLeadershipCouncil) and follow them on Twitter (@ FLCatUF) to stay up-to-date. The American Heart Association Alachua Heart Walk The walk will be Sept. 29 at North Florida Regional Medical Center Duck Pond, and activities will commence at 7:30 a.m. To start a team to raise money to fight cardiovascular diseases and stroke, visit www.alachuaheartwalk.org, find a company and create a new team under UF Groups, or join any team as a walkon. All groups are welcome. Register your fraternity or sorority under UF Groups to be eligible for great prizes in the UF Fraternity/Sorority Challenge. For more information, email Alachua@heart. org or call 800-257-6941, ext. 8024. Got something going on? Want to see it in this space? Send an email with Whats Happening in the subject line to skinonen@alligator. org. To ensure publication in the next days newspaper, please submit the event before 5 p.m. Please model your submissions after above events. Improperly formatted Whats Happening submissions may not appear in the paper. Press releases will not appear in the paper.CORRECTIONA headline in Thursdays edition of the Alligator incorrectly stated that in-state tuition at UF costs $947. Instate tuition is about $205 per credit hour. Out-of-state tuition is about $947 per credit hour. is offering free English classes to anyone in the community who would like to practice conversational English in small groups led by a facilitator. The classes are from Sept. 11 to Nov. 13 from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at Millhopper Branch Library, 3145 NW 43rd St. Email info@latinawomensleague. org, or call Lleana at 352262-6601 for more information. UF Shakespeare in the Park Hamlet auditions No acting experience? Not a theater major? Not a problem. Come out and audition for UF Shakespeare in the Parks Hamlet on Sept. 12 and Sept. 13 from 7:20 p.m. to 10 p.m. in Matherly Room 10. No experience is required, and all majors are welcomed. For more information check out our Facebook page at UF Shakespeare in the Park. Fall Seed and Plant Sale The EdiblePlantProject.org, an all-volunteer, nonprofit, edible plants and fruit nursery, is having a Fall Seed and Plant Sale at the downtown Gainesville Farmers Market Sept. 12 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Volunteers are needed to help before and after. Gainesvilles Family Chiropractic Center hosts career night Dr. Steven Schargel will host a career night at his chiropractic center, at 1107 SW Second Ave., Sept. 12. at 7 p.m. The event is for any students looking to learn more about the profession. The career night is open to all. For more information, call 352-372-3784. Join Alpha Epsilon Delta Are you premed, pre-PA, pre-pharm, pre-dent, prevet, pre-nursing, pre-anything? Then, AED is the perfect organization for you! Alpha Epsilon Delta is one of UFs most respected organizations and most renowned chapters in the U.S. We are a preprofessional honor society that provides more than 300 hours of community service every semester as well as oppor tunities for research, shadowing and volunteering. Applications are available at www.ufaed.org and are due Sept. 13 at 5 p.m. Check us out on Facebook http:// www.facebook.com/ groups/388410924524064/ and send any questions to Electee_VP@ufaed.org. r


AUDREYANNA LOGUERREAlligator Contributing WriterAs reggae music blared through the loudspeakers, Michael Espinosas workout class prepared to get sweaty. Im going to say the reps, Espinosa said, and youll either say Hell yeah or Hell naw. Three. Two. One. Squats. Hell yeah, the class of four shouted. The Ark School of Fitness Inc., 11 St., opened three weeks ago and aims to provide a low-cost location for people to work out. The highest price for member ship is $150 per month. However, prices are deter mined by the patrons income. percent under the U.S. poverty guideline, he or she could pay as low as $1 a month. The Ark looked more like a warehouse when compared to other gyms. foot room cool. Barbells laid in the corner. Weights were stacked against the wall. Ropes hung from the banister. So far, Espinosa said, customers have been slow to come in. alumnus, said he has always thought about opening a gym of his own. model to be able to give his patrons athletic services and nutrition education for a cheaper price The gym is giving free yoga classes at 10 a.m. Saturday and Sunday as a way to attract more members. Patrons of the gym, including several UF students and alumni, sweated and strained during a Wednesday night workout. neurobiology senior, wiped sweat from his nose with his shirt. His sister Maria Trujillo, a Wednesday was her third session at The Ark. She said she decided to check out the gym after hearing about it through a friend, and she kept coming back for the personal workout help. Espinosa said his workouts are meant to get people moving and to increase peoples ability to work out, not necessarily their muscle mass. Were not worried about isolated movements, he said. Were not bodybuilders. model means his gym is focused on helping the community and providing a quality space for lowincome students and residents to get a good workout. Its something thats needed in the community, he said. ALLIGATOR, 3 Ryan Jones / AlligatorMaria Trujillo, a 25-year-old UF alumna, takes instruction from Michael Espinosa, a 27-year-old UF Im going to say the reps and youll either say Hell yeah or Hell naw.Michael Espinosafounder, The Ark School of Fitness


2014. He drew laughs throughout, sometimes cracking jokes about Republican policies. It was breathtaking, said elementary education sophomore Micaela Jones, 19. She cried during the speech. While watching Obama speak, stuseats in the room, and some even had But they didnt mind hyped up on the energy around them and on screen, they clapped, cheered and chanted. Its so empowering to see people that have so many similar beliefs I so much passion, Jones said. Political science sophomore Christine Csencsitz, 19, said Obama came across as genuine and relatable. I think because it was so tailored to this campaign, it really struck a chord with a lot of people, she said. 4, ALLIGATOR FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2012Kelly Logan / AlligatorUF Large Animal Hospital veterinary technician Cheryl Gallowitz, 38, makes salsa at the Innovation CoLab in Weimer Hall on Thursday. HER SALSA RECIPE IS TASTED NATIONALLY. MICHAEL SCOTT DAVIDSONAlligator WriterThe recipe started with a can of diced tomatoes and ended with a national championship. Gainesville resident Cheryl Gallowitz was named the winner of Moes Southwest Grill Raise the Salsa Bar Contest on Aug. 30. Contest participants submitted their homemade salsa recipes online for a chance to win $1,000 and have their salsa featured in restaurant locations nationwide in 2013. Gallowitzs homemade Three Bears Salsa was choQuentin Jalapeo and Fires of Hell by the companys executive chef. In spite of her recent culinary success, Gallowitz said she still considers herself a novice in the kitchen. The 38-year-old UF Large Animal Hospital veterinary technician prefers the safety of a handheld vegetable chopper to kitchen knives and has no qualms eyeballing ingredient amounts. The only time I was precise was when I submitted the recipe online, she said. I do my best not to cut myself or mutilate the ingredients. For the self-proclaimed rookie cook, creating the salsa was a process of trial and error spurred by necessity. In 2010, Gallowitz was preparing to move to Gainesville from upstate New York. Without her favorite New York restaurant, Mexican cantina Santa Fe, she was left in a spicy conundrum. In a feat of sheer palate power, Gallowitz set to replicate the recipes unique style. It only took her six tries. looking for, she said. Theyre not really unusual ingredients. She diced yellow and white onions for a sweet and salty background to the salsa. Sprinkling in just enough pickled jalapenos added a conventional, subtle spice to the salsa, she said. I was trying to emulate the freshness and tartness of it, Gallowitz said. It wasnt over ly sweet. The result is a taste thats not too hot, not too mild, according to Gallowitz. She said she originally wanted to name her recipe Goldilocks Salsa, a homage to the timeless fairytale; she decided against it before entering the contest, settling instead for Three Bears Salsa. Gallowitz said she was pleasantly surprised to have won the competition. After all, she said, Three shes ever created. For something I just took a chance on, it paid off, she said. Contact Michael Scott Davidson at mdavidson@alligator.org.UF veterinary technician spices up Moes JEWEL MIDELISAlligator Contributing Writermals are going to rise from the darkness at UF today. The Florida Museum of Natural History will host the Year of the Bat Celebration from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. The free event is open to everyone. Catherine Carey, public programs coordinator for the museum, said visitors will see displays by the natural history museum, the Lubee Bat Conservancy and the Tampa Bay Bats. Celebration at UF. The event was created in conjunction with the Year of the Bat, a two-year global campaign to raise awareness about the importance of bats. About 40 percent of bat species in the United States are on the edge of extinction, Carey said. We want to do anything we can to bring awareness, she said. Amanda Harvey, education assistant at the museum, said there will be different activities for visitors, including games. Tampa Bay Bats will bring four different species of bats for visitors to interact with from a few feet away. Despite their negative image, bats help pollinate and control insect populations, she said. We wouldnt have tequila, coffee or macadamia nuts without them, Harvey added.UF campus celebrating year of the bat today ANDREA CARROZAlligator Contributing WriterAn Apple announcement scheduled for Wednesday has people across the nation and UFs campus buzzing about possible new products. Invitations to the private event feature a large, black a reference to the date. But the numbers shadow doesnt match up. Its a gray Pasha Antonenko, an assistant professor of educational technology at UF, said hes anticipating the announcement. Hes been waiting for the iPhone 5, which is rumored to have a larger display screen and a smaller dock connector, to come out for a while. But new features arent enough for some UF students. Criminology junior Courtney Marasigan, 20, said she just bought an iPhone 4S, so shes not likely to purchase a new one if announced next week. Still, Marasigan said shed rather Apple release a new iPhone than a new iPad. According to technology blogs, the iPhone 5 will likely be slimmer and lighter than its predecessors. However, some college students budgets often dont leave room for purchases based solely on updated features. I am absolutely content with the iPhone 4, said 25-year-old environmental science junior Giannette Rodriguez. I dont even have the iPhone 4S. The only difference is the Siri.Students react to new iPhone possibilities OBAMA, from page 1Students: Obama is genuineThe RUB committee will manage the Reitz Union art galleryDigital arts and sciences junior Jordan Fine, one of the committees directors, has been on the Special Events Committee since his freshman year. Fine, 20, primarily focused on graphic design, so when he heard that RUB was adding an arts committee, he applied to be a director. The team, which currently consists of Fine and co-director Fabiola Lara, will manReitz Union. Theyll also have space in the Rion Ballroom and Orange & Brew to hold shows throughout the semester, Fine said. There will be a graphic design team within the arts committee that will serve the entire organization. Applicants interested in the graphic design team will have to submit a portfolio with their application, Fine said. RUB is also taking applications for their other four committees bands, lectures and Sept. 14. Fine said hes optimistic about the gallery show and is glad RUB now has a committee targeted more for his interests. Hes hoping UF alumni will come to Mondays event, too. The Then & Now pictures link current and former Gators. We kind of like to encourage art in the community, Fine said. RUB, from page 1 We wouldnt have tequila, coffee or macadamia nuts without them.Amanda Harveyeducation assistantThe announcement is Wednesday


NOELIA TRUJILLOAlligator Contributing WriterWizards and Muggles alike crowded the main Health Science Center Library on Thursday afternoon. The grand opening of the Harry Potters World: Renaissance Science, Magic and Medicine exhibit attracted more than 200 people, including students and families, said Michele Tennant, bioinformatics librarian. Tennant, 53, who wore a I AM A MUGGLE sign on her chest and another that read REALLY on her back, smiled to guests as she waved around a blue wand she made at an activity table. I feel great because we had no idea this many people were going to show up, Tennant said. College students and children gathered to write with invisible ink, shine pennies with Patty Lipka, the program director at the Cade Museum for Creativity and Inventions table. I am here from the Ministry of Creativity on behalf of Professor McGonagall, Lipka, 47, said to the 14 people gathered in front of her at one point. Ive been instructed that Im allowed to share magic with muggles. They experienced the charm of Harry Potter while learning the basic science principles behind the magic. Its been fun, Lipka said. Everything they see in Harry Potter can be seen. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2012 ALLIGATOR, 5 Destiny Johnson / Alligator potions table during an exhibit at the Health Science Center Library on Thursday. Harry Potter-themed exhibit draws 200 Muggles FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY IS RANKED NO. 6. DEVON ABELMANAlligator Contributing WriterUF is the No. 1 party school in the nation, according to rankings released last week by Unigo, a college resource website. Unigo based its rankings off of 300,000 campus lifestyle reviews submitted to the site. The only other Florida school on the 2013 Fifty Shades of Cray list was Florida State University at No. 6. Year-round sunny weather, football culture, dating scene and substantial Greek life were listed as reasons for UFs prime spot on the Top 10 list. Unigo acknowledged Gator Nights as UFs option for students who choose to abstain from the party scene. UF shows up in all kinds of rankings, university spokesman Steve Orlando said. Some ranking systems are better than others. Honestly, Id never heard of this one until now, but Im glad to see they mentioned Gator Nights. Political science junior Troy Robinson, 20, said he believed the ranking unfairly generalized UF reviewers used the schools size and location to stereotype the student body. From outside of Florida, the weather can be seen as nice, so UF could be seen as a party school, he said. From within, we are used to this, so its the same as any other large university.UF ranked No. 1 party school in the nationLOCAL SHELBY WEBBAlligator Staff WriterThere may be fewer tents up on football game days this year. The Gainesville City Commission voted 4-0 Thursday night in favor of a new ordinance that would prevent bars with underage drinking violations from selling alcohol outdoors during game days. Three commissioners were absent for the vote, including Todd Chase, who voiced his opposition to the measure in the Although Chase was present for Thursdays meeting, he said he stepped out to use the restroom a few minutes before the commission voted on the measure, which caused him to miss the vote. Im not at all comfortable with the concept of economic deterrents against businesses, Chase said after the meeting. I didnt see the need to effectively punish a very small portion of the business community. The current underage drinking ordinance requires that a certain number of violations be reached before bars face any consequences. For example, a venue with a capacity of 200 people or less es within three months. For bars with a larger capacity, that number becomes 10 arrests within three months. The new ordinance will join longer-standing decrees, which mainly prohibit the entry of underage patrons after 9 p.m. Contact Shelby Webb at swebb@ alligator.org.Gainesville approves gameday bar penalties Im not at all comfortable with the concept of economic deterrents against businesses.Todd Chasecommissioner I am here from the Ministry of Creativity on behalf of Professor McGonagall.Patty Lipkaprogram director


Reader responseVote or post a message at www.alligator.orgThe views expressed here are not necessarily those of the Alligator Column EditorialFRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2012 WWW.ALLIGATOR.ORG/OPINIONS 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 32604-2257. Columns of about 450 words about original topics and editorial cartoons are also welcome. Questions? Call 352-376-4458.66 TOTAL VOTES43% YES 57% NOThursdays question: Have you been to Flacos in Midtown? Todays question: Did you watch either political partys conventions? A need for pragmatism over ideologyAs this column is being written, the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, N.C., is kicking off its second day. Already we have heard inspirational messages of progress from the likes of Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick and First Lady Michelle Obama. Unfortunately, these inspirational messages sound far more tepid than they did in 2008. In the wake of continued economic distress for millions of unemployed Americans, and the worst level of political stalemate and income inequality seen since the Gilded Age, President Obama is struggling to sell himself to the American people for a second term. To be fair, the president has accomplished a host of admirable feats, not the least of which are: averting a depression, ending the war in Iraq, ordering the operation to take down Osama bin Laden, repealing dont ask, dont tell, taking steps to ensure pay equality for women and expanding health care coverage to millions of more Americans. At the same time, the president has disappointed liberals in probably the same number of ways. His most unforgivable government as being bought and paid for by Wall Street. Despite speaking on the campaign trail of changing the culture on Wall Street, and avoiding the insane practice of trying the same things over again and expecting different results, he did exactly that: He appointed the very same people to his economic team that pushed through the policies that By embedding incompetent scoundrels like Timothy Geithner and Larry Summers into the upper echelons of his administration, Obama showed his true colors as a corporate democrat reluctant to challenge the systematic corruption and recklessness of the out-of-control banking industry, which to this day, has kept average citizens in anguish while allowing executives to shower themselves with absurd salaries and bonuses. With all this being said, the classic political dilemma arises yet again: choosing between the lesser of two evils. This election, however, is no contest. In selecting between a moderate liberal who has betrayed right-winger, the choice is stark. The primary dilemma, rather, arises in deciding whether to vote according to principle or according to practicality. The true progressive party in this country is not the Democratic Party, but arguably the Green Party, which this year is running Dr. Jill Stein as its candidate for president. In the latest issue of The Progressive magazine, Stein tells editor Matthew Rothschild why she is running against Obama: Working people have been betrayed by Obama, noting that he has largely ignored unions and hasnt fought for minimum wage increases. Concerning foreign policy, she cites that the president expanded the drone wars and surged troops into Afghanistan and on the environment, she says that he has undermined international accords and scuttled the effort to get climate change under control. These are all valid arguments. Nevertheless, it doesnt take a veteran political strategist to understand a vote for any party other than the Democrats or the Republicans is simply, for all practical purposes, a vote wasted. The reality of our current and longstanding system is that if you want a relatively liberal or progressive (i.e. sane) candiHopefully, one day our country will break the stranglehold the two-party system has on our politics, making way for an effective third party in the vein of the Progressive Party of 1912 or the Green Party of today. Until then, the left must hold true to the principle that derigid ideology, liberals and progressives must proudly hold on to their pragmatism by understanding that the only effective votes citizens can cast this year for progress are votes for President Obama and the Democratic Party. Moises Reyes is a journalism grad student at UF. His column appears on Fridays. Now that the winds of Tropical Storm Isaac have subsidvors are back at Starbucks. From Pumpkin Spice lattes to Salted Caramel Mocha Frappuccinos, at least we can pretend the cooler weather is upon us. That means its time for the fall-is-for-sweaters-and-bootseven-though-we-live-in-Florida edition of...Darts & LaurelsCongratulations to Former President Bill Clinton for making the Democratic National Convention a real good time. His speech was easily the crowd favorite on Wednesday nights primetime coverage of the event. We give a we-wish-Billy-andBiden-would-run-together-in-2016 LAUREL to Bill Clinton. Were a fan of anyone who goes after vice presidential candidate Paul Ryans stance on Medicare, by saying it takes some brass to attack a guy for doing what you did. Someone celebrated Labor Day a little on the unorthodox side; a Gainesville man used his apartment to cook meth. The thing is, his neighbors happened to be a police annex. We give a sorry-youre-not-Walter-White-also-stop-cooking-meth-withchildren-in-the-house DART to Marty Holder. Way to keep it classy. Poor Tom Brokaw. On a broadcast of Morning Joe on Thursday morning, he appeared light-headed and was taken to a hospital. Turns out he mistakenly took half a dose of Ambien and felt a little woozy. We give a maybe-slow-down-yourschedule-a-little-bit LAUREL to Tom Brokaw. All is well Early AM I mistakenly took a half dose of Ambien and made less sense than usual. Made a better comeback than Giants... Not only has Paul Ryan lied about how fast he can run a mile (his actual time was slower than formerly rogue Gov. Sarah Palin), he also lied about climbing 40 mountains. Sure, he told a paper in 2009 that he had climbed close to 40 mountains that measure 14,000 feet or more; these mountains are called the Fourteeners. We give a his-name-should-be-Paul-Lyin-butreally-please-stop-lying-about-facts-and-feats DART to Paul Ryan. At least hes still got his looks? Lets not forget that time Rush Limbaugh called Georgetown law student Sandra Fluke a slut after arguing that health care plans should cover birth control. She was given the opportunity to speak at the DNC this week. She spoke about what the America under Mitt Romney would look like. It would be an America in which access to birth control is controlled by people who will victimized all over again. We give her a four-for-you-you-gogirl LAUREL to Sandra Fluke. You show those old white dudes whos boss. Have you heard about all the physical feats Russias leader, Vladmir Putin, has achieved? Most recently he hang-glided with cranes to show them which direction south is. He hunts with dives to deep archaeological sites. He also plays the piano really well. We give a step-up-your-physical-game-American-governDART to And please, Mr. Putin, put your shirt back on. Have a safe weekend, Gators, and well see you back next week!Erin Jester EDITOR Sarah Kinonen MANAGING EDITOR Sami Main OPINIONS EDITOR Moises Reyesopinions@alligator.org


FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2012 ALLIGATOR, 7 How do you get an English major off of your porch? Pay for the pizza. I see this idea constantly in articles, cartoons and blogs, and it drives me crazy: A liberal arts degree is useless in this job market. I dont know if the intended purpose is to scare away potential liberal arts students or to pressure universities to focus people like me furious. The liberal arts, as I understand it, are abilities of the student, as opposed to occupational training, Im 30. Ive been out there in the job market since I was 18, doing everything from working behind a counter to ground in Iraq. I dont mind manual labor, and as such, I will forever have a Plan B that I know wont kill me. Im not in college to get a degree; Im in college to get an ing site or in a uniform, so be it. If that happens, I know Ill have the wherewithal to make the most out of any situation life throws me. And believe me, life can throw a curveball. I think the obsession with downplaying the education level of liberal arts majors is a big problem right now the idea that it is the degree and not the education that gets a person where they want to be in life. For some professions, the degree is certainly important, but its the quality of learning that takes place while earning the degree that seems to determine how successful one is likely to be. Of course I want my physician to have a degree from a reputable institution, but more than that, I want him to really know what he is doing. If you havent had a bad doctor experience, please trust me: Graduation from medical school alone isnt enough. If it was, people wouldnt have the wrong limbs occasionally amputated, or in my case, the wrong medicine prescribed (almost fatally). Todays liberal arts degree is the vestigial remnant of the once-mighty Trivium (grammar, rhetoric, logic) and Quadrivium (arithmetic, geometry, music, astronomy). Since classical antiquity, this education model has created citizens as opposed to just workers. Most of the notable minds we encounter in our studies at the university level had such an education, including almost all of those credited with founding this country though most of them had law degrees as well. The result of this kind of educational worldliness is the ability to ask and begin to answer questions that are bigger than ourselves and even our societies. Not to say that getting a liberal arts degree will make you John Adams or Thomas Jefferson, but at least you will be able to read their work and follow along. While degrees shouldnt matter as much as the quality of education, they do in many cases, and a sad reality is that your liberal arts degree might not be enough. The same goes for business majors and biology majors and everyone else. To be competitive in a non-entrepreneurial setting, its a good idea to go beyond the four-year degree, even if you have to work while you do it. A minor in a business or comnet. Give yourself as many tools as you can to succeed, but dont graduate from college having learned to do a job and having failed to learn how to live and do what you love. Its a scary world out there, and graduating into it can be overwhelming. Dont let the fear of not owning a yacht stop you from pursuing what you are passionate about. This country desperately needs many more people capable of thinking on their own, drawing their own conclusions and acting on those instead of what is popular or partisan. Dont let public opinion convince you that critical thinking and knowledge of humanity are unnecessary and frivolous. On the contrary, you can use those skills and that knowledge to adapt to any work or living situation, which will be more useful in the long run in this ever-changing, modern economic landscape. Trent Cason is a columnist at the Oklahoma Daily at the University of Oklahoma.Dont let a degree get in the way of getting an educationGuest columnTrent CasonSpeaking Out Its impossible to avoid annoying people in class. You can, however, avoid becoming one of these people by doing your part to make a class a semipleasant experience for all. The Tweaker Weve all been stuck next to that person who will not stop drumming a pen at hummingbird speed, tapping their foot on the tile or bouncing their leg a mile a minute, as if theyre temporarily possessed by the Energizer Bunny. Thats not making class go by any faster. In fact, such incessant tweaking makes it much slower for the rest of us with each tap, tick and shake. Do us all a favor and sit still, shut up and space out in silence like the rest of us. The Know-It-All Theres always the one kiss-ass who sits smack in the middle of the very front row with every intention of anproceed to debate on each point mentioned for the rest of class. Taking up the entire class time with your incessant babble is not going to get you participation points it will get everyone in class to hate you. The Overachiever The overachiever is somewhat like the know-it-all in the sense that they both need to take a giant chill pill. This obnoxious student questions everything, takes notes frivolously and highlights them into a giant rainbow while stopping the teacher every minute repetition of a simple concept. The Party Animal Likely a sorority sister or frat boy, this individual seems to think they are the only student letting loose on the weekend. They waddle in on Monday morning and make proclamations like, Man, Im so hungover, or Oh my gosh, Im never drinking again, at which point they proceed to recap every event of their entire weekend. Once class begins, they decrease the volume of their voice only slightly and continue to brag about their recent alcohol consumption. Get a life. We all party, and youre probably a lightweight anyway. have stayed in bed but decided to grace us all with their germs instead. They cough and blow their nose through the duration of class, and are most apt to attend on a test day when the air is silent minus the turning of pages and unYour Boat. DayQuil up, stay home or cram tissues up your Morgan Toone is a columnist at the Arizona Daily Wildcat at the University of Arizona.How not to annoy everyone in classUWireMorgan TooneUWire Its a more than little ironic that an investigation into whether Virginia fashion in the 2007 shooting has taken Last week, Secretary of Education on Virginia Tech for not providing a timely warning to the campus community during the 2007 shooting. Duncans reinstatement reversed a ruling by the Education Departments chief administrative judge, who concluded Virginia Tech did not violate Under the Clery Act, which was enacted in 1990, universities that particiare required to keep and disclose information about crime on or near campus and issue warnings during potential threats. On April 16, 2007, campus police received a 911 call at 7:15 a.m. about gunshots scene 15 minutes later, where they found one student dead and another critically injured. Administrators sent a campuswide email at 9:26 a.m. warning about a shooting incident. Minutes after the email was sent, the same man in the dormitory opened building, where he killed 30 more students and professors, and himself. Duncans Friday decision is the latest to come in a years-long investigathe university had violated the Clery Act in December 2010, saying the warning at 9:26 a.m. came too late and was too vague. Rather than get tangled up in bureaucracy, Virginia Tech and other college administrations can treat Duncans decision for what it is a bar by which to measure campus safety and build a safer future for university communities. In the wake of tragedy, it is down the line, you have to actually move forward. Kristina Bui is a columnist at the Arizona Daily Wildcat at the University of Arizona.Decision sets high bar for campus safetyUWireKristina BuiUWire


8, ALLIGATOR FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2012 AP PhotoUp In FlamesCRIME CHRIS ALCANTARAAlligator WriterGainesville Police arrested a man for violating his restraining order and running away from Police charged John Fitzger ald Miles, 39, of 1307 NW Sixth armed burglary, possession of cocaine and resisting arrest with violence, among other charges, according to a GPD arrest rePolice gave the following account: day, police responded to a call from Granada Apartments, at man who was in an apartment and in violation of a restraining When police arrived at the Miles, who was sweating and appeared nervous, if he lived at the cer said she Miles was and that he was vioMiles received the restraining order in April withh a domestic violence case, according to court records from the Alachua Counher grip, saying I aint going to Police had to use a Taser sevA witness told police Miles entered his apartment earlier in the evening, started yelling and apartment and called his mothMiles to Alachua County Jail, where they found a small bag of mained Thursday night with a Contact Chris Alcantara at clacantara@alligator.org.Man charged with possession of cocaine, unarmed burglary ALEX CATALANO and KELCEE GRIFFISAlligator Staff Writers City Commission, the commission moved along the process to get city police funding for a police dog and other necessities, and the city UFs power contract, which is set to Police Funding: The Gainesville City Commission approved a request Thursday for Gainesville Police to receive funding from the Firehouse Subs The department is requesting $12,000 from the foundation to buy The department plans to use the leftover funds to buy three auvices are used to restart someones About half of the funding for the foundation is provided through rounding up, where restaurant patrons are given the option to round up their purchases to the Five or 10 cents over 500 restaurants adds up to over a million dollars every year, said Robin Peters, executive director of the founThe other half of the funds come partly from traditional fundraisers such as golf and tennis tournaThe restaurants in Gainesville consistently place in the top 10 per Power contract: With UFs contract with Progress Energy up for renewal in less than two years, the university has begun preliminary discussions about the available options for the the contract with Progress Energy or instate a new contract with citytive role in securing the contract, UF must request proposals from the energy company a step the GRU already provides natural gas for campus labs, according to GRU representative John Stanton was unavailable for comment on the issue, and other GRU staff declined to comment pending a UF For the extended versions of these articles and more coverage of Gainesville City Commission, visit This week in City Hall: Police seek funding, GRU ponders contract The restaurants in Gainesville consistently place in the top 10 percent of our top donors. We like to put that money back into the community.executive directorMiles


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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2012 WWW.ALLIGATORSPORTS.ORG Florida Releases SchedulesThe Gators gymnastics and swimming and diving teams released their 2012-13 schedules on Thursday. The swimmers begin their season on Adriana Leon, a transfer from Notre Dame, is expected to make an instant impact for UF. See story, page 16.alligatorSports.orgCheck out our site during the weekend for complete coverage of Floridas football, volleyball, soccer and golf matches. FLORIDA WILL PLAY TEXAS A&M IN COLLEGE STATION ON SATURDAY AT 3:30 P.M. GREG LUCAAlligator Staff Writer In all of his years playing and watching football, Jaylen Watkins has never seen an offense this fast. tons 2011 attack, which coach Texas A&M this season, Florida Theyre very fast, Watkins said. Probably the fastest ofthe NFL. nation with 8,387 total yards last 1,055. and No. 11 Oregon, which ran 1,015. attention. To prepare, the Gators deconstantly in practice. There are no breaks after a back into position. The Gators that against the Aggies they possible and be ready for the next play. A Florida defense that freer against Bowling Green have that Defensive coordinator Dan terback and play physical with hands. David Carr / Alligator StaffJaylen Watkins (14) looks to the sidelines during UFs 24-17 win SEE FOOTBALL, P A GE 15 JONATHAN CZUPRYNAlligator Writer this weekend, starting with winless Jacksonville 4 Texas and No. 8 Stanford, Chloe Mann, Ziva each other. Mann and Recek have been battling to be UFs top attacker, and they said their neck-andvolleyball IQ, I feel like, is off the charts. She knows how to place the ball really well and it UF record (22 kills by a freshcek said she feeds off of UFs Chloe is a great player when were standing toon Nov. 11 of last season, when she had 18 kills and defensive categories. Active Ankle Challenge. Mann and Recek kept second weekend, Wise said. Weve had two last weekend.Mann We here at the alligatorSports bigger in the Lone Star State. Were looking forward to the 10-gallon hats, ROOM FOR ACTIVITIES! in College Station, Texas, and Lee Cor so will end the broadcast wearing a and then perhaps a bit of Eastwooding Down there yonder by the old cor Georgia (-2.5) will show Missouri that the SEC aint big enough for all 14 of em because 1 receiver Tavarres King will look like a Tigers pass defense that was ranked foolish than picking the Gators to win Jarvis Jones.Picks SITE: Kyle Field (cap. 83,002) KICKOFF: 3:30 p.m., Saturday TV/RADIO: ESPN / 850 AM SEE PICKS, P A GE 14 VOLLEYBALL UF Fo otball


14, ALLIGATOR FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2012 JM AP GL MW UF @ A&M (-1.5) A&M UF UF UF UGA (-2.5) @ MIZZ UGA UGA UGA UGA WASH @ LSU (-23.5) LSU LSU LSU LSU ECU @ SCAR (-21.5) ECU USC USC ECU UCF @ OSU (-18) OSU OSU OSU UCF UM @ KSU (-6.5) UM UM UM KSU AUB @ MSU (-3) MSU MSU AUB MSU VANDY (-3.5) @ NW VANDY VANDY VANDY VANDY BH ML JJ JL UF @ A&M (-1.5) UF UF A&M UF UGA (-2.5) @ MIZZ MIZZ UGA UGA UGA WASH @ LSU (-23.5) LSU LSU LSU LSU ECU @ SCAR (-21.5) ECU ECU USC ECU UCF @ OSU (-18) UCF OSU OSU OSU UM @ KSU (-6.5) UM KSU KSU KSU AUB @ MSU (-3) MSU MSU AUB AUB VANDY (-3.5) @ NW VANDY VANDY VANDY NWGOLF THE MENS AND WOMENS TEAMS DEBUT ON SUNDAY. STAFF REPORT When the Gators womens golf team tees off this Sunday in Hanahan, S.C., in the 2012 Cougar nament under new Emily Bastel. Bastel spent 10 months as an assistant at Florida before being promoted to head coach to replace Jan Dowling, who resigned at the end of the 2011-12 season for personal reasons. In addition to having a new coach, the Gators will also welfreshmen Emma Smyser from Naples and Ursa Orehek from Domzale, Slovenia. After losing three players to graduation, the Gators are looking to add depth with transfers Katie Mitchell from UCF, Emma Elcin Ulu from Redlands Community College and Anna Young from Tulsa. No. 9 Florida will return its top two players senior Mia Piccio and sophomore Camilla Hedberg from last seasons squad, 12th at the NCAA Championships. Last year, Piccio and Hedberg led the team in stroke average as well ishes. While the women are competing at Yeamans Hall Club, the men will follow closely behind as they head to Kiawah Island, S.C., to play in The Invitational at The Ocean Course to open their season on Sunday. The men return all but Michael Furci and Zach Lee from last seasons squad. Furci and Lee only had 24.5 rounds combined that counted toward the Gators tour nament total last year. Like the women, the No. 12 Gators will return their top two players. Seniors T.J. Vogel and Tyler McCumber combined for 2011-12 campaign. Last year, Vogel led Florida in tournaments at par or better (seven), average (71.3), birdies (132) and eagles (four), as well as recording the Gators only two individual wins. as it heads into the Kiawah Invitational. The course gave the year.With Bastel at helm, Florida set to begin new seasonBastel JOSH JURNOVO YMissouri (+2.5) will show the Dawgs theres a new sher iff in town because allowed 199 rushing yards to Buffalo last week in a 45-23 win, Missouri held Southeastern Louisiana to 58 in an ole Not to mention, the Missouri fans at Memorial Stadium ready for that? James Franklin, the Tigers quarterback and the better James Franklin in the SEC, will torch Georgia with his arm and legs. Franklin ran for 981 yards last season. A struggling rush defense and this quarterback dont mix.-AD AM PINCUS very own Josh Whataburger is quality fast food Jurnovoy, the way to Texas. What the hell? Entrenched in a six-way tie for second place with a 4-4 record is Rivals Bryan Pent-up frustration Holt, who hasnt been quite as... active, lets say, since moving from midtown. He can be heard at all hours furiously typing thats what the kids are calling it these days on his poor HP laptop, which is now questionable for Saturdays game. Its not the computers fault, Bryan. Also sporting a 4-4 record is The Associated Press Mark NEED MORE FOLLOWERS Long, who is so desperate to add to his 4,138 followers on Twitter that he tried to get Jeff Driskel to recruit his parents. Sorry, Mark, but the Driskels arent interested in you dropping LOLs, smileys and useless Jaguars info on their feed. Fighting over silver with a 4-4 clip is alligatorSports editor Greg Man-crushing on Mark Reynolds Luca, who has been enthralled with the Orioles improbable run in the AL East race. The boy may leave the Os, but apparently, the Os never leave the boy. With all due respect to Cal Ripken Jr., nobody has cared this much about Baltimore baseball since, well, ever. Suck it, Yankees! Next is assistant alligatorSports editor Joe Not my stuffed animals! Morgan, who frantically called a coworker late Saturday night after leaving a stuffed Pumbaa in The Swamps press box. I guess we all couldve used a snuggle buddy to ease the pain of watching Saturdays dreadful performance, but jeez, man, be a professional! If you want to cuddle up with your pillow buddies and stick a thumb in your mouth place. Then, theres Adam Ive never seen a map Pincus, who was concerned about the 3-hour time difference between Florida in the Eastern Time Zone and Texas in the Central Time Zone. Psst, its only a 1-hour change. This guy is one of the drivers for our trip today. Oh, God. What have we done? Rounding out the second-placers is the Miami Heralds Matt Durka is my homegirl Watts, who can be found most Friday nights cuddled up with his overweight, slutty cat thats Durka and a laptop, clacking out angry thoughts about outdated sports cars on message boards. Get to bed, Watts; 3 p.m. comes earlier than you think, and you missed the Fast and the Furious casting call by 12 years. And in dead-ass last place, with a piss-poor record of 3-5 is the Palm Beach Posts Jason The ladies like em pale Lieser, who brings an umbrella with him everywhere he goes not only to brace for unexpected rainstorms, but to block the sun and thus keep his complexion a ghostly white. I guess when youre scrawny and 5-foot-5, its important to preserve the total package by making sure you dont get a tan. Anything to keep the ole ball and chain happy, I suppose. PICKS, from page 13


FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2012 ALLIGATOR, 15 UF offense vs. Texas A&M defense UF defense vs. Texas A&M offense TE WR CB RT DE RG NT C LG DT LT SAM MLB WR WR CB QB RB SS FS Johnny Manziel Christine Michael Matt Elam Josh Evans Ryan Swope Quinton Dunbar Deshazor Everett DeVante Harris Sean Porter Steven Terrell Steven Campbell Jonathan Stewart Steve Jenkins Gavin Stansbury Kirby Ennis Spencer Nealy Damontre Moore Michael Lamothe Frankie Hammond Jr. Uzoma Nwachukwu Jordan Reed Jeff Driskel Mike Gillislee Mike Evans Hunter Joyer Jaylen Watkins Dominique Easley Jelani Jenkins Omar Hunter Jon Bostic Sharrif Floyd Lerentee McCray Neiron Ball Marcus Roberson Jake Matthews Xavier Nixon Cedric Ogbuehi James Wilson Patrick Lewis Jonotthan Harrison Jarvis Harrison Jon Halapio Luke Joeckel Chaz Green TE WR CB RT RG DT C LG NT LT DE WLB MLB SLB WR FB CB QB RB SS FS Gators aim to start fast in SEC play, erase 2011 opponent in just the second game of the season. Florida hasnt faced a conference foe before Week 3 since 2004, when it lost 30-28 against Tennessee in the seasons second game. Wide reciever Frankie Hammond Jr. said he told Floridas freshman to stay focused and pay close attention to detail in the conference environment, especially one as loud as Kyle Field. Focusing on communication and coming out of the gates strong will be critical. [Starting fast] is very important, wide receiver Frankie Hammond Jr. said. to a great start and just keep it rolling from there. One of Floridas primary focuses this season has been setting the tone early. After a 7-6 2011, the Gators are looking to establish themselves as a tough, physical team in the new year. That mission got off to a poor start on Saturday, as four-touchdown underdog Bowling Green played Florida close into the fourth quarter. Thats one of those things all summer: We want to start fast, Jon Bostic said. We wanted to start fast last week. We got off to a slow start. Hopefully we can start a little better this week at Texas A&M. The Gators showed many signs of rust on Saturday. Florida committed 14 penalties for 106 yards, the offensive line failed to get a consistent push on third-and-short, the defense missed tackles and both sides of the ball suffered from costly drops. Coach Will Muschamp knows how important it is to get those issues ironed out, or the Gators could very easily start SEC play 0-1. Its a critical game for us to go on the road and play well, Muschamp said, to improve from Game 1 to Game 2, which we need to. Contact Greg Luca at gluca@alligator.org. FOOTBALL, from page 13WILL BUCK Frankie Hammond JrOT Matt Patchan (pectoral) LS Drew Ferris (broken clavicle) CB Jeremy Brown (wrist) OUT PROBABLE OLB


LANDON WATNICKAlligator Writer ALLIGATOR Brett Le Blanc / Alligator StaffAdriana Leon (91), a transfer from Notre Dame, gets past Nicole Diperna (16) of Florida International during UFs 3-0 win on Sunday at James G. Pressly Stadium. Notre Dame transfer Leon adding spark to Florida attack UF Soccer