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Today We Inform. You Decide.Not officially associated with the University of Florida Published by Campus Communications, Inc. of Gainesville, Florida UF students got talent, will perform at BCMDavid Ferman is an extreme juggler, pg 3. Local app, site tracks concertsIts modeled after the defunct, pg 5. In memoriam: UF student remembered for conservation work, love of lifeShe was a wildlife biologist, pg. 5. Gators coach Will Muschamp introduced his 2014 recruiting class on Wednesday. Read the story on page 14. 61 /49 FORECAST 2 OPINIONS 6 the AVENUE 7 CLASSIFIEDS 11 CROSSWORD 13 SPORTS 14 INFORMATION FROM THE PUBLIC IS NEEDED. STAFF WWW.ALLIGATOR.ORG Ryan Jones / Alligator Staff Police to name suspect in 1989 missing student case ITS DESIGNED TO BE OBJECTIVE. TAYLOR WIDOMAlligator Contributing Writer Students wary of electronic essay-grading system at UFCAMPUS KATELIN MARINERAlligator Contributing Writer Off-campus residence hall to draw entrepreneurial students SEE INFINITY, PAGE 4 SEE ESSAY, PAGE 4 We are continuing to develop the ecosystem of the entrepreneurial spirit.CEO of Innovation Square SEE TIFFANY, PAGE 4


News Today Subscription Rate: Full Year (All Semesters) $100The Independent Florida Alligator is a student newspaper serving the University of Florida, pubThe Alligator The Alligator is The Alligator ISSN 0889-2423 The Alligator The Alligator 2, ALLIGATOR THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 2014 TODAYFORECASTMONDAY SUNDAY SATURDAY FRIDAY PARTLY CLOUDY 64/46 PARTLY CLOUDY 68/45 RAIN 62/51 RAIN 63/54 RAIN 61/49 VOLUME 108 ISSUE 94 and to register, please visit Disc golf tournament RecSports will host the eighth annual Disc Golf Tournament on the 18-hole disc golf course at Lake Wauburgs South Shore on Feb. 15. The tournament will have two heats with 18 holes each. The winners of the various contests will receive prizes. Gates open at 9 a.m. for the 10 a.m. event. The tournament is free for UF students and $20 for faculty and staff. Register online at RSConnect, rsconnect., to participate in this event. Wolf to Woof: The Story of Dogs opens Feb. 15 Discover how the wild wolf became mans best friend at the Florida Museum of Natural Historys newest temporary exhibit, Wolf to Woof: The Story of Dogs, on display through Sept. 1. This exhibit reveals the fascinating history of dogs, their connection with wolves and what makes them mans best friend. UF students with valid Gator 1 Cards receive free admission. Got something going on? Want to see it in this space? Send an email with Whats Happening in the subject line to To ensure publication in the next days newspaper, please submit the event before 5 p.m. Please model your submissions after above events and keep them 150 words or fewer. Improperly formatted Whats Happening submissions may not appear in the paper. Press releases will not appear in the paper.WHATS HAPPENINGGraduate School Info Session Come to Marston L107 tonight from 6 to 8 p.m. to learn more about graduate school options. The Society of Women Engineers graduate liaison would like to help you figure out if graduate school is right for you. Black Student Leadership Conference interest meeting The James E. Scott Black Student Leadership Conference is an annual conference held by the Institute of Black Culture. Come out to the interest meeting today at 4 p.m. at the IBC to find out more about the organization and the many ways you can get involved. For more information, email First Friday Join Pledge 5 Foundation on Friday from 5 to 10 p.m. on Bo Diddley Community Plaza for the premier First Friday Gainesville event of the year. Enjoy wine and food tasting, participate in raffles every hour, listen to live music by Luminaries and explore downtown. Pre-Shabbat learning Join UF Hillel for a studentled Torah study session at 7 p.m. Friday before services begin. It is a great way to transition from your busy week and start the Shabbat festivities. Shabbat services Join Jewish Gators and alumni in prayer from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. Friday at UF Hillel, 2020 W. University Ave. UF Hillel is a pluralistic organization and offers Reform, Conservative and Orthodox services. For more information, contact Rabbi Swedroe at rabbiswedroe@ufhillel. org. Institute of Black Cultures 42nd birthday Come celebrate 42 years of greatness Friday as the IBC marks its anniversary at UF. The celebration will be from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Institute of Black Culture at 1510 W. University Ave. Servant Leader Institute Your student organization is invited to attend the Servant Leader Institute. It will let students network and problem solve with UF and community leaders and develop ways to increase their impact. The event will be held Feb. 15 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Poe Springs Lodge in High Springs. There is no cost to attend. Please RSVP by Friday at leadershipandservice.ufl. edu. Q-and-A with Common Join us for an evening of celebration, hip-hop and a Q-and-A with Grammy award-winning artist Common. The show will be held on Feb. 13 at the Phillips Center for the Performing Arts. Doors open at 7 p.m., and the show begins at 8 p.m. Tickets will be available for students at the Phillips Center Box Office at noon Wednesday. Students presenting a valid Gator 1 Card may pick up two tickets. Admission is free and open to the public. African fashion industry Come join the African Student Union on Friday in CSE, Room 222, at 6:30 p.m. to learn more about the modern African fashion industry. Emily Dickinson and the Samurai Sword Drawing upon a selection of Emily Dickinsons poems, Sheila Barksdale combines artwork and the practical application of the Japanese sword to explore the range of the poets perception of time, space and relationship to cosmic principles. The event will be Feb. 22 at Archer Community Center from 2 to 3 p.m. Students needed for RecSports photo shoots RecSports is looking for UF student organizations to volunteer as models for photo shoots promoting the departments group services, including activities with Lake Wauburg, competitive sports, fitness and more. They are looking for organization members who will sport smiling faces and their clubs T-shirts while participating in one of our activities guided by RecSports marketing leaders, photographers and videographers. To volunteer your organization, contact Hayden Manuel at haydenm@recsports.ufl. edu. Register for Three Minute Thesis Competition The UF Graduate School is partnering with I-Cubed to host its first Three Minute Thesis Competition in April. The competition challenges doctoral students to present their dissertations to a nontechnical audience in three minutes or less. Preliminary heats will be held in March to determine finalists for the grand finale event on April 3. Along with helping graduate students hone their communication and presentation skills, winners will be awarded cash prizes. For more information Have an event planned? Add it to the Alligators online


THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 2014 ALLIGATOR, 3 CAMPUS HAILEY GERHARDAlligator Contributing WriterStudents can watch an AmerFriday for free at 7 p.m. Hosted at the UF Baptist Collegiate Ministries building across the street from Library West, the event will showcase UF student David Ferman. He began his comedic juggling endeavors as a child and has since set the world record for most balls ever juggled. Ferman has appeared on Good Morning America and Fox & Friends as well as at Gator Growl 2013. His most popular appearance, however, was on the eighth season of Americas Got Talent, which premiered in June 2013. During his live performance, hanging upside down over a drum of gasoline. He completed an impressive audition for the BCM Comedy Night about a month ago, said Jacob Williams, BCM president, a 21-year-old UF industrial engineering junior. Hes looking to perform some and keep his show fresh while taking classes, Williams said. We kind of lucked into him because he just happens to go to UF. Ferman is a 19-year-old UF accounting sophomore whose dream is to get a show in Las Vegas at some point. His shows typically include a combination of comedy, juggling, stunts and audience participation. Its a lot different than a normal stand-up show, Ferman said. BCM Comedy Night will also feature Up in the Rafters, an improv comedy group, which will perform before and after Ferman, according to Ryan Kaufman, one of the Up in the Rafters members, said the group usually pulls a member out of the audience in each segment. Were very interactive with the audience, said the 21-yearold UF criminology junior. If theyre having fun, were having fun.UF students got talent, will perform THEY WILL GO CAMPING. EMILY JULSONAlligator Contributing Writer national development organization with overseas initiatives in health, education and development, is Lima, Peru, to celebrate its 10th anniversary and return to its founders birthplace. Nicole Dagata, a 21-year-old UF economics senior and the trips director, said Recurso is partnering with Building Dignity, a commuzation in Villa El Salvador, Peru, for its trip from May 7 to 27. Volunteers will serve at a hospital for underprivileged children, but Dagata said shes most looking forward to the youth leadership and empowerment retreat. Its a project we came up with; its our signature project, Dagata said. Weve never done a camping trip with the kids, so I am looking forward to that long weekend. Registration closes March 14. So far, seven UF students have committed to the trip. UF Recurso health disparity director George Ugartemendia, a 21-year-old UF biology and history senior, investigates health disparity issues in Gainesville, the U.S. and foreign countries. He said he is looking forward to applying his research in Peru. I think its a good opportunity to inspire others living in Gainesville, Ugartemendia said. My biggest goal is to change our way of thinking and inspire us to pursue a more sustainable lifestyle. Students plan Peru tripFerman


Ronald Boyett, a 20-year-old UF 4, ALLIGATOR Courtesy to the AlligatorAn artists rendering displays a new residence hall for UF students scheduled for completion in 2015. The dorm will be tailored to entrepreneurial students. CAMPUS SHANNON SAPOURNAlligator Contributing Writer UF center to offer free undergraduate research courseGroundbreaking is expected for late March or early April INFINITY, from page 1Rowles was sent to prison and paroled before the Sessions case People who think they may have information about this incident can call the Alachua County Sheriffs OfTIFF ANY, from page 1 HE SOLD WEED IN 2012. JENNA LYONSAlligator Staff Writerjlyons@alligator.orgLittle Lochte violates probation ESS A Y, from page 1Professor will re-grade themLochte The big message is that research is for everyone, not just for scientists and engineers.Anne Donnellydirector of the center


SEAN STEWART-MUNIZAlligator Staff Writersstewart-muniz@alligator.orgFor Courtney Tye, work wasnt just a job it was her passion. She had a love of life and the outdoors, birds and animals, and shes just always a joy to the people around her, said Barry, her husband. Were gonna miss her. Tye, a Gainesville native, passed away due to complications during childbirth Saturday. She was 30. Her friends, family and coworkers praised the UF graduate student and Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission wildlife biologist for her dedication not only to the environment but also the creatures that live in it. Tyes work with fox squirrels, an imperiled species, contributed greatly to management plans for the species benin which anyone in Florida can report a fox squirrel sighting to help keep track of the species. Tye made an impression on people, too. Courtney was a bright spot in our agency, said Nick Wiley, executive director of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. sistant about eight years ago and quickly worked her way through the ranks. She was immediately seen as someone we wanted deep in the program, sionate about what she did. Tye was also completing graduate work for a masters degree, said Bill Giuliano, a professor in UFs Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation. She was one of the hardest working Giuliano, who taught and advised Tye. Her legacy will carry on through her newborn son, Carter Wayne. A memorial fund has been started to support Carters education at In the few days since the funds establishment, donors have given more than $14,000. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 2014 ALLIGATOR, 5 Courtesy to the AlligatorCourtney Tye passed away due to complications during childbirth Saturday. IN MEMORIAM ITS MODELED AFTER THE NOWDEFUNCT GAINESVILLEBANDS.COM. ROBIN ANDREWSAlligator Contributing WriterA new website has taken center stage to spread the word about bands coming to local venues. The mobile and desktop versions of went live Tuesday for fans to access an in-depth list of upcoming shows as well as proThe setup was passed along from the former It had been around for years, and when it went down in 2013, I felt frustrated that there wasnt that readily available list online anymore, wrote PJ Fancher, web developer at Digital Brands, the company that facilitated the website, in an email. Fancher developed a program that compiles upand venues. One of the venues listed on the site is Lightnin Salvage, the store attached to Satchels Pizza. Night manager Danny Lore said the site will do The venues will gain by having our schedules available and the bands can promote their shows easily, Lore said. Hannah Neville, a UF English sophomore, said shows. For as much good music as there is in Gainesville, there needs to be more advertisement, the 19-yearold said, and it would be really nice for it to all be Local app, site tracks concertsUF student remembered for work, love of life


Reader responseThe views expressed here are not necessarily those of the Alligator Column Editorial The Alligator will be withheld if the writer shows just cause. We reserve the right to edit for length, grammar, style and libel. Send letters to, bring them to 1105 W. University Ave., or send them to P.O. Box 14257, Gainesville, FL 32604-2257. Columns of about 450 words about original topics and editorial cartoons are also welcome. Questions? Call 352-376-4458.Tiffany Sessions case reopened: Why cold cases matterIn 1989, a young UF student named Tiffany Sessions vanished. The authorities, her parents and her peers were shocked no trace was left of Sessions. She had gone for a routine walk along Williston Road and simply never returned. In desperation, Pat Sessions, a marketing executive, did what he knows how to do best, CBS reported. He organized press conferences, (brought) in famous faces like football Hall of Famer Dan Marino and politician Jeb Bush, and he coordinated one of the biggest, private searches in Florida history. More than 700 people showed up, they searched the swamps around Tiffanys face on billboards, and answered the hotline. But no leads emerged. The familiar narrative of a beautiful girl gone missing in a small town captivated the nation, but eventually, like so many homicides and abductions, Sessionss case went cold. Wednesday, a quarter of a century later, Alachua County died in prison early last year. Our hearts go out to Sessions family as Alachua County detectives move forward in the investigation. Today, major developments in the case will be announced, though Sessions father told the Orlando Sentinel that Rowles connection to Tiffanys disappearance has existed for a few years. In the next few weeks, the case will be revived and played out over national news outlets, and CBSs Hours will feature it as its own special. cording to the Bureau of Justice Assistance, cold-case squads can require up to two full-time investigators researching one case, along with other investigators who work on outside cases, interdepartmental partnerships, administrators and light-duty detectives. In addition to a simple lack of manpower to cover cold cases, back then, authorities didnt have the resources we do now. Thats why the National Institute of Justice awarded $14.2 million to 38 states in 2005 to renew homicides, sexual assaults and other violent crimes. In 2007, NIJ awarded $8 million to 21 state and local agencies. Since the Institutes money allotments to local and state cold-case teams, dozens of cases have been solved, and many, many more are ongoing. The importance of cold cases, then, is broader than the obvious need for families of victims to gain answers or closure. When theses types of investigations uncover enormous developments such as the link between Rowles and Sessions, it proves the government dollars and extra labor at work are adding up to real progress. As the Sessions case continues to unfold with the added resources of DNA testing and improved digital technology, the Alligator will be there along the way to report updates and new Plutocracy hurts middle class, widens gapA rising tide to lift all yachts? Thats what one memo from Citigroup Inc. predicted back in 2006, the third in a series outlining to investors the emerging plutocracy. Basically, a plutocracy is a society ruled by a group of its richest citizens. Citigroup was outlining its apparent emergence to help investors know how best to invest. Of course, this was before the Great Recession. This memo advised investors not to bet on the middle class or consumer staples but instead to focus on services and products for the ultra wealthy. The author argued the wealthiest people in the U.S. have a disproportionate sway on the economy because of their massive wealth, backing it up with lots of data. Essentially, hes right. They have a huge impact on the aggregate amounts of money because they have most of it. There are two types of people in a plutocracy, accordber, but disproportionate in the gigantic slice of income and consumption they take. There are the rest, the nonrich, the multitudinous many, but only accounting for surprisingly small bites of the national pie. The authors projected the plutocracy would only grow. Trying to maximize return, they urged investors to put money in companies serving the top one percent. Welcome to the plutonomy machine, the report begins. Welcome indeed. It doesnt come as a surprise to hear about a plutonomy machine today, an era where Occupy Wall Street has made economic inequality one of the most talked-about issues. Its becoming clearer the invisible hand is too busy pleasuring the one percent to bother reaching out to the middle class when they need help more than ever. An article in Mondays The New York Times shows a future dictated by the spending habits of the one percent. It talks about the declining revenues of restaurants like Red Lobster and Olive Garden, while more luxurious enshare prices have fallen by more than half, Nordstrom stock has more than doubled. So has Dollar General. As politicians and pundits in Washington continue to spar over whether economic inequality is in fact deepening, in corporate America there really is no debate at all, wrote Times reporter Nelson Schwartz. The post-recession reality is that the customer base for businesses that appeal to the middle class is shrinking as the top tier pulls even further away. So what does that mean? Citigroup was right. From 2006, they accurately predicted how the economy is today. Last year, a report from The New York Times showed the top 10 percent of earners took more than half of the income. The dichotomy between Nordstrom and Dollar General makes sense the middle class is disappearing. Those memos prove the ultra wealthy dont care if the economy doesnt improve. They know that the housing crash and market volatility are eroding the middle class, so theyre placing their bets elsewhere. Because they essentially have their own economy at this point, our faltering economy means nothing to them. This is alarming and infuriating. The invisible hand isnt coming this time. When it did, people were too busy hurting from the recession to see the already ultra wealthy came in and took it. Now, people are left struggling while the rich continue to bet on themselves, widening the income gap and hurting everyone below them. Riding the gravy train is how one of those Citigroup memos described it. Class warfare has hefty undertones, but the one percent declared it years ago. That much is evident from The world is dividing into two blocs the Plutonomy and the rest. Justin Jones is a UF journalism senior. His columns appear on Thursdays. 116 TOTAL VOTES70% YES 30% NOVote or post a message at www.alligator.orgWednesdays question: Would you vote for someone with a taco nickname? Todays question: Should professors use computer programs to grade essays? THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 2014 WWW.ALLIGATOR.ORG/OPINIONS Julia Glum EDITOR Katherine Kallergis MANAGING EDITORS Chloe Finch OPINIONS EDITOR Justin


theA v enue Set the nipple freeA gender equality movie gets censored. Read about it on page 8.GatorAid: How to handle a balancing actWant to get out of the friend zone? Read this weeks advice column on page 10.Follow us on Twitter at @AlligatorAvenue. SILVIA RUEDAAvenue WriterYour favorite stores mannequins may be getting a makeover. Some companies have expressed a desire to change the mannequin game by introducing mannequins more representative of the average person with fat, saggy breasts, tattoos and even pubic hair, the Associated Press reported. Davids Bridal is also set to introduce mannequins with measurements that are more accurate to the average womans body. PlusAccording to the AP, although realistic mannequins are more expensive to produce, by giving customers a more accurate idea of how a could help bring in shoppers who would otherwise turn to online shopping. Most mannequins arent representative mold. And yet, the use of mannequins and how they are styled is crucial to a stores image. Isamari Sochuk, the visuals manager at Ann Taylor in the Oaks Mall, said the store uses mannequins to style the companys clothes in a way that is trendy and could potentially appeal to both young and older customers. Mannequins with tattoos would probably be appealing to a younger crowd, she said. Sochuk said although she thinks more customers, the store isnt planning to update their mannequins just yet. Audrey Miller, a 19-year-old UF applied physiology and kinesiology sophomore, said she feels mannequins with more realistic features would be an improvement from the exaggeratedly thin mannequins. Miller said, however, she doesnt normally take great notice to the way mannequins look. Honestly, mannequins kind of freak me out, so it doesnt change my opinion, she said. According to the AP report, customers do pay a lot of attention to mannequins. American Apparel, known for its tendency to be controversial, noticed a 30-percent increase in the number of customers since store mannequins with pubic hair were introduced. Aseel Alhomsi, a UF telecommunication senior, said she thinks redesigning mannequins is a positive move. She said it shows stores are trying to reach people more than the image of what people are supposed to look like.THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 2014 WWW.ALLIGATOR.ORG/AVENUEAP PhotoIn this Dec. 17, 2013 photo, Davids Bridal senior Vice President Michele von Plato arranges a dress on a plus-size mannequin in Stores introduce new mannequins with more realistic curves THIRTY-FIVE PERCENT OF STUDENTS SAID THEY HAD REBOUND SEX ROSIE ROBINSONAvenue WriterYou have to get under someone to get over someone. This advice often follows the end of a relationship, encouraging people to take advantage of their recently single status with a casual hookup. And although rebound sex can make for a good plotline in a romantic comedy or an embarrassing anecdote your friends wont let you forget, it hasnt really been until now. A recent psychological study found that up to one-third of college students have rebound or revenge sex within a month of ending a relationship. Psychologists from the University of Missouri studied 170 undergraduate students who had gone through a breakup in the last eight months. The students journals for a 10-week period about their sexual exploits and emotions. Thirty-five percent of the students said theyd had sex to get over their ex, and 25 percent said theyd had revenge sex, according to the study, which was published in Februarys issue of Archives of Sexual Behavior. Those who were left by their partner were more upset and angry, which led them to be more likely to have sex to cope with negative emotions. Although jumping into bed with someone 30 minutes after a breakup might not be a good idea, its still unclear whether rebound sex can really help people emotionally. Students may actually be havand starting new relationships, said Lynne Cooper, one of the psychologists conducting the study. The people who reported having rebound or revenge sex after a breakup were more likely to engage in other risky sexual behaviors like sex with strangers and having sex with lots of new people. I think its just something that people think will make them feel better, said Emily Cooper, an 18year-old UF exploratory freshman, but in the end it just makes them feel worse.Having rebound sex to get over your ex could delay your recovery


ANDREA SARCOSAvenue WriterYou stare at a small zine in your hands with the cover containing comical cartoon drawings. Its your ticket in and your guide to get to know 10 drawing seniors at UF and their artwork. WARPhaus Gallery, 534 SW Fourth Ave., held a reception for the show Teaser: An Advanced Drawing Group Exhibition, curated by Marla Rosen, a 21-yearold UF sculpture senior. The show featured one work from each student. Each piece served as a preview for what the artists are working on for their solo shows, a mandatory requirement for all bachelor of the semester. Johnathan McCullar, a 28year-old UF plant science senior, said he heard about the show from his girlfriend who used to be an art major. Theres a lot of stuff out here thats way different than Ive seen, McCullar said. A lot of techniques that Ive never seen used in contemporary art. Its really impressive. Most of the artists went to the reception and had the chance to converse with guests. One of the artists, 21-year-old UF drawing senior Rachel Bolusky, featured a large black and white painting of glass from her concept of abstraction through observational realism. I think its inspiring to see how many people are interested in everyones work, Bolusky said. Especially since its so diverse, but they all work cohesively together. The room was packed full with art and nonart majors as well as visitors from Gainesvilles Art Walk. Nora King, 29, came to see her sister, Lilys, artwork. She said she was never able to make it to any of her shows because of work, but she said she was very impressed with the show. nitely go to more shows, King said. Im excited to see everybodys style with more pieces. I think it would be cool to see a bigger exhibit. 8, ALLIGATOR THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 2014 Each Thursday, the Avenue will dish out the best in entertainment. From the silver screen to hidden Internet gems, check out this weeks top picks.Theater geeks rejoice. The Broadway hit Man of La Mancha is coming to the Phillips Center for Performing Arts on Tuesday. The musical is a play within a play, with Cervantes portraying Don Quixote in prison as he waits for a hearing with the Spanish Inquisition. Tickets for UF students are only $20. See it: Man of La ManchaReleasing his sixth album on Monday, Benji consists of 11 songs, and someone dies in almost all of them. Sound morbid? We promise its worth a listen. Mark Kozeleks stories that we cant help but play on repeat. He takes uncomfortable and sometimes embarrassing confessions and makes them sound uncharacteristically soothing. Dont take our word for it? Pitchfork gave the album a 9.2 rating. Hear it: Sun Kil MoonMost of you might not need a reminder, but the mid-season premier of the hit zombie show is Sunday. We recommend binge watching last no wait every season as a refresher for its return. Tune in for the apocalypse on AMC at 9 p.m.Watch It: The Walking DeadIf you dont mind some raunchy humor, check out this modern take on a Disney princess. In this animated short by CollegeHumor, Cinderella is now looking for love by swiping away at the popular hookup app, Tinder. She starts chatting with Princeton and they decide to meet up at a club wouldnt you know it called The Ball. Her phone dies at midnight and our new prince gets drunk off of PBR a must see.Watch It: The Walking DeadAlexa Volland / Alligator Staff Brittany Willis / AlligatorDrawing senior Domenic Henderson,21, admires the work of fellow artist Alexa Udermann, a drawing senior, at the WARPhaus gallery. The artists work will be on display through Feb. 6. Art lovers get a teaser for exhibition art RIANA MELENDEZAvenue WriterFrom cast members getting arrested in New York City to promotion pages being banned on social media sites, an upto theaters. Free the Nipple is a movie equality for women to have the right to be topless, but it also targets the medias double standard concerning censorship. Its a political and passionate to become stronger role models in a deep sense, said director Lina Esco. Shortly after she created a Facebook page promoting her banned from the site when she posted nonsexual images of topless women. Natural or not, Sarah Brown, a UF public relations sophomore, said she doesnt think these images should be shown openly on platforms such as Facebook because it is a public forum that anyone can see including her little sister. On the other hand, UF international studies senior Jessica where conservative people may come from, but the nipple shouldnt hold such a sexual connotation. I think its important in the thats a stigma society has theres not anything wrong with Facebook has given no response The argument that children shouldnt be exposed to nudity is also a reason why Esco addresses the fact that media commends such absurd acts of violence on all platforms yet considers a womans nipple part of the natural body wildly obscene. Bruce Floyd, UFs social media specialist, said the controversy stems from cultural issues. It could be societal pressure or it could be assumptions made by what our culture deems appropriate and inappropriate on a platform, but ultimately its up to each of the platforms themselves, he said. Despite the intention of Association of America rated the although it doesnt feature a single sexual act. If the rating is not changed, the theaters. Its a movie about censorship, and were getting censored left and right, Esco said. She began crowd funding distributors. Along the way, Esco received support from Miley Cyrus and Despite the obstacles Esco faced, Katy Burnett, the president of the Gainesville National Organization of Women, said she respects the passion, but believes there are other important ways to push for equality. I think they are just young and maybe in the future they will see that there are so many more urgent matters of inequality than just being topless, Burnett said. Esco said she understands simply promoting being topless, but thats not the case at all. I am not promoting toplessness or asking people to go topless, do whatever you want, Esco said. This is just a simple root that started the whole thing.Free the Nipple is still under bra arrest, wont slip into theaters Movie about censorship gets censored




10, ALLIGATOR THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 2014 EMILY COCHRANEAvenue WriterMacklemore and Ryan Lewis announcement star Matt Bomer, Same love, new goal ERIN MEISENZAHL-PEACEAvenue Writer Revenge porn site creator arrested skin Its not only completely violating and a form of sexual assault but it also incites stalking and harassment.Holly JacobsCyber Civil Rights founder, CEO GatorAid Leslie Cole is a 21-year-old UF telecommunication senior. Her column runs every Thursday. Need some advice? Send a question to How do you balance social life and schoolwork? Anonymous I think I am in love with my best friend. What do I do? Anonymous Not too well, in all honesty. I tried to make a calendar of my responsibilities once, but it slowly changed from class, read pages 60-90 and interview at 3 to Margarita Monday, Techno Tuesday, Ladies Night, Thirsty Thursday... well, you get it. If you actually want to do something with your time here, though, Id say take a look at all of your Focus on those, like, three days a week. That leaves four days open for you to focus on more important things, like booze, because you already know the square root of 69 is 8-something, right? Oh, thats a tough one. You obviously dont wanna ruin an awesome friendship, but I think you kinda already did that by wanting to jump his bones. You gotta think about whats more important: Keeping the friendship or telling him how you feel, because you might not get to have both. You can either be the one hes constantly banging or be the one who hears about all of his sexcapades with other women. I think the better choice is obvious. GatorAidHow do you balance social life and schoolwork? -AnonymousNot too well, in all honesty. I tried to make a calendar of my responsibilities once, but it slowly changed from class, read pages 60-90 and interview at 3 to Margarita Monday, Techno Tuesday, Ladies Night, Thirsty Thursday... well, you get it. If you actually want to do something with your time here, though, Id say focus on more important things, like booze, because you already know the square root of 69 is 8-something, right? I think I am in love with my best friend, what do I do? -AnonymousOoh, thats a tough one. You obviously dont wanna ruin an awesome friendship, but I think you kinda already did that by wanting to jump his bones. You gotta think about whats more important: keeping the friendship or telling him how you feel, because you might not get to have both. You can either be the one hes constantly banging or be the one he tells about all of his sexcapades with other women. I think the better choice is obvious.


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Move in Feb 10th w/ Feb rent paid. Call for more details. $650/mo. 352494-1477 2-7-14-8-3 2/2 just 3 blocks from campus (The Avenues) $1,200/month, lease is thru July. February rent is paid, don't pay rent 'til March & keep my security deposit ($1,129). Call Eric @ 352 213 1282 2-7-5-3 IVE HAD IT WITH YOUR LOUD MUSIC! Is your roommate driving you crazy? Find a replacement in the Alligator Classifieds! LAKEFRONT HOUSE. 2 miles east of down town. 3/2, nice kitchen, laundry, garage, 24' x 36' screened room. $400 Quiet neighbor hood. Call Dave 352-281-2200 2-12-1416-4 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 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 4-23-72-5 Got a new couch?. 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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 2014 WWW.ALLIGATORSPORTS.ORG The UF womens basketball team plays Arkansas tonight on the road. Read the story at QuestionAre you happy with Floridas recruiting class? Vote online at SportsxNational Signing Day Ryan Jones / Alligator Staff MORGAN MORIARTYAlligator Writer@Morgan_Moriarty UF wraps up 2014 class with 15 signees on National Signing DaySEE SIGNING, P A GE 15 ADAM LICHTENSTEINAlligator Staff Writer@alichtenstein24 Gators improve secondarySEE CLASS, P A GE 15FOOTBALL LANDON WATNICKAlligator Staff Writer@LandonWatnickRiggs to transfer following graduation to play cornerbackSEE F OOT P A GE 15Riggs UF Fo otball QuotableI dont follow the Internet much.Will Muschamp UF coach


lacked production last season. I think [tight end] was a very offensive position when Jordan Reed was here, Muschamp said. It was an offensive position last year. targets Wednesday. The No. 2 offensive tackle in the 2014 class, Damian Prince, chose to stay home and sign with Maryland. Princes hometown of Forestville, Md., is just 20 minutes outside of College Park. The No. 9 overall recruit in the 2014 class, Adoree Jackson, from Gardena, Calif., also chose to stay close to home, signing with USC. UF was considered a favorite to sign Jackson be cause of his desire to pursue a track career while in college, but he decided to sign with the Trojans. Jackson is primarily a cornerback, a position that is full at UF with Vernon Hargreaves III and early en Quincy Wilson and J.C. Jackson also signed with UF ter will play corner, Muschamp announced during his National Signing Day press conference. We think (Porter) will project very well to the de fensive back position, Muschamp said. Florida needed to build depth along the offensive line, and it did just that Wednesday. The 2014 class sive tackle David Sharpe, a Jacksonville native. Included in the class is JUCO transfer Drew Sar vary. Both players are talented enough to see playing time during the 2014 season. Florida signed explosive playmakers along the de Holley and defensive end Gerald Willis leading the group. Defensive tackle Khairi Clark and end Justus Reed are also big pickups. Those guys will be given every opportunity to step in and help us, Muschamp said. for the two open starting roles at safety. Harris (knee) and Washington (shoulder), both freshmen in 2013, decided to redshirt after suffer ing their respective injuries. Mus champ envisions Dawson, Wash ington and Poole as players who could play multiple positions in the secondary, including nickel. Injury update: Running back Matt Jones (torn meniscus) under went a second surgery on his knee Wednesday. Jones left knee is 90 percent healed, according to Muschamp. 2013 season. Muschamp does not expect Jones to participate in spring prac tices. They (the team doctors) feel very comfortable that its way further along than they thought it would be at this time and feel re ally good about him progressing well, Muschamp said. He still wont go through spring. and Alex Anzalone (shoulder) will not practice during spring activi ties. Peterson added to staff: Former time position in the weight room starting Feb. 24. Peterson was an undergradu ate assistant for Florida in the fall while he worked toward earning his college degree. During his foot ball career, he competed at Florida We looked around in the coaching ranks, and we had an opportunity in the weight room, and to be able to hire a guy like that, former Gator, knows how its going to be done the right way, Muschamp said. Thats invaluable for our play ers. So great to have him on staff. ALLIGATOR, 15Ryan Jones / Alligator StaffMatt Jones tries breaking a tackle during Floridas 17-6 loss to LSU on Oct. 12, 2013, at Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge, La. Jones had a second surgery on his torn left meniscus on Wednesday. Coach Will Muschamp Junior running back has second surgery to repair torn meniscus FOOT, from page 14 SIGNING, from page 14Florida misses out on top-10 athlete ber recruiting class. Despite missing out on Jackson, the Gators brought in four defen sive backs to restore their depleted Purifoy and Marcus Roberson to the Wednesday, Cody Riggs to transfer. We felt like we needed to con tinue some length at the corner posi tion especially, and sign those guys, Muschamp said. So we were able to get that. That was very pleasing. In addition to Duke Dawson and Jalen Tabor, who enrolled early, UF signed J.C. Jackson, Quincy Wilson and Deiondre Porter on Wednesday. J.C. Jackson and Wilsons recruit ments could not have been more opposite. J.C. Jackson was rumored Florida State, where former Gators commit Dalvin Cook had already noles on Wednesday. Instead, J.C. Jackson stuck with the Gators. I know he looked at some other places, no different than a lot of kids do, and I encourage kids to do, to go make sure theyre making the right decision, Muschamp said. We nev er felt it was that much in the balance, maybe as what a lot of people seemed to think. Wilson, on the other hand, was as native actively campaigned for other recruits to join him in committing to Florida, lobbying them on Twitter throughout the recruiting process. These guys want to play with each other, Muschamp said. They want good players. They want to play with each other. So theres no question that the camaraderie they build helps us or other schools if theyre going with the other schools. But certainly, he did a fantastic job of holding some guys together. CLASS, from page 14 Name Quincy Wilson Travaris Dorsey Moral Stephens Khairi Clark Gerald Willis David Sharpe C.J. WortonTreon HarrisJustus ReedAndrew Mike Ryan Sousa Thomas Holley Cyontai Lewis J.C. Jackson Deiondre PorterPositionDefensive BackOffensive LineTight EndDefensive TackleDefensive EndOffensive LineWide Receiver Quarterback Defensive End Offensive Line Wide Receiver Defensive Tackle Tight End Defensive Back Athlete ranking Signing Day Additions


JORDAN MCPHERSONAlligator Writer@J_McPherson1126Freshmen have had success for Florida in recent years. In 2011, pitcher Hannah Rogers won 36 games and struck out 221 batters, which were the thirdand eighth-highest single-season totals, respectively, at that time. In 2012, utility player Sami Fagan tied for a team-high 71 hits with then-senior Michelle Moultrie and posted a .378 batting average in her sole year at Florida. Lauren Haeger, also a freshman in 2012, led the team with 14 home runs and 52 RBIs while notching 129 strikeouts en route to a 15-5 record in the pitching circle. But in 2013, a year when Florida was supposed to slump due to Sami Fagan, Kasey Fagan and Cheyenne Coyle transferring from the team, Kelsey Stewart jumped into UFs record books in more ways than one during her freshman campaign. The Wichita, Kan., native, who was the No. 2 recruit on ESPNs 2012 top-100 list while playing at Maize High, led UF with a .378 batting average, tying Fagans freshman average in 50 more at-bats. Stewart also set school records for triples (10), stolen bases (36) and stolen-base attempts (39) in a season while also cracking the top-10 in four other single season categories highest stolen base percentage (T7th, .923), most at-bats (4th, 238), most runs scored (T6th, 62) and most hits (2nd, 90). Coach Tim Walton anticipated Stewarts stellar performance. Maybe some of the power numbers might have surprised us a little just given what she does, but we expected her to be an instrumental part of the team, Walton said. I recruited her to be a leadoff hitter, recruited her to play second base, so all of the things she did wasnt too surprising. During Floridas 15-game winning streak to start the season, which included wins against No. 5 Oregon, No. 3 California and No. 13 Arizona, Stewart accrued a .455 batting average and 13 RBIs while scoring 18 runs of her own. Just working hard and not really having expectations for myself, I think that helped a lot, Stewart said. Added Walton: She came out on complete one of the big reasons why we were able to win so many games when maybe we couldve lost easily in the last couple innings. Her high level of performance continued into Southeastern Conference play. In 24 games against SEC opponents, Stewart led Florida with a .358 batting average, 29 hits and 18 runs, leading to second team All-SEC and All-Freshman team accolades. Stewart already has plans for improving this season, which starts tonight when No. 4 Florida faces off against No. 25 South Florida in Tampa at 6. This year, I think Ive grown up and have expectations for myself because I just think that will make me better, she said. Stewart, who was named to the preseason All-SEC team on Monday and ESPNWs preseason All-American team on Wednesday, said she has been working on improving on her soft game and her ball placement. Im more of a power-slapper, so I hit the ball in front of people, she said. Me and coach have been in the cages so much this year, but I think just being better at my weaknesses and making my strengths stronger will help. Defensively, Stewart believes that the incause all of its other starters third baseman baseman Taylor Schwarz and catchers Aubree Munro and Taylore Fuller are still on the team. We just look at each other and its a way of communicating, Stewart said. We dont really have to talk to each other to get our point across. We know each others moves. Like, if I know Taylor Schwarz isnt going to get two steps to her right, I know I have to be there. Its just little things like that. Tofft, the only player other than Stewart to start in all 67 games for Florida in 2013, was impressed by her performance. I think she started off great as a freshman, Tofft said. As the season went on, I think she got more and more used to the college atmosphere, but honestly she came in mentally and physically ready for college softball. 16, ALLIGATOR THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 2014 Ryan Jones / Alligator StaffKelsey Stewart attempts to tag out a runner during Floridas 4-2 win against Mississippi State on April 6, 2013. Stewart hit .378 with 10 triples in her freshman season. Sophomore looks to improve on record-setting freshman seasonSOFTBALL