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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 Position preview:Jeff Driskel will be running out of the shotgun offense under new offensive coordinator Kurt Roper, pg. 15. Local bike shop reopens under new management:Mr. Goodbike is now Goodbike, pg 3. They were trapped for about an hour, pg 3. 91 /72 FORECAST 2 OPINIONS 6 the AVENUE 7 CLASSIFIEDS 11 CROSSWORD 13 SPORTS 15Florida mens basketball team announced its non-conference schedule on Wednesday. UF will face UConn in rematch of Final Four. Read story on pg. 15. VOLUME 108 ISSUE 165 WWW.ALLIGATOR.ORG THURSDAY, JULY 31, 2014Julian Pinilla / Alligator StaffWin or LoseDrew Baker, a 20-year-old UF economics major, prepares to block a spike from 20-year-old aerospace engineer major Shanna Wyatt. The volleyball game was part of Spike-it-with-Senate, a charity volleyball tournament. KYLE FOLLANSBEEAlligator Staff Writerkfollansbee@alligator.orgUniversity Police arrested a Gainesville man outside Peabody Hall after he threatened to hit a UF employee over a heated argument. Samuel Andrew Mutch, 65, was arrested on charges of threats of violence, battery, resisting arrest and illegal recording of communications. Mutch was in Peabody Halls Dean of Students Office arguing during a meeting with Laura Matthews, associate director of the Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution, when he was asked to leave by UF employees. He then threatened to hit a UF Human Resources employee, present in the office, according to a UPD arrest report. An officer heard the commotion and approached the office. Mutch, who noticed the officer, tried to leave Peabody Hall but was quickly stopped. He argued and then bumped chests with the officer hard enough to knock the officer backwards. Another officer arrived, and Mutch was restrained by both officers, according to the report. Officers were told Mutch recorded Tuesdays meeting using his phone, according to the report. Police were also told that Mutch recorded a meeting about two weeks ago. After questioning, Mutch said he did record both meetings. Officers booked Mutch into the Alachua County Jail on Tuesday at about 3 p.m. He was released on his own recognizance Wednesday at 1 p.m.Police say man threatened to hit UF employee in Peabody Hall FORBES AND MONEY RANKED UF. JOSH FERRARIAlligator Contributing WriterUF made the cut in two lists naming the best colleges in the U.S. Money magazine ranked UF No. 7 on the Best Colleges for Your Money list for public institutions. We know students, their families and others are more sensitive than ever to the cost of a college education, UF President Bernie Machen said in a statement. So this rankUniversity of Florida is truly an outstanding value. Of the 665 schools ranked for Best Colleges for Your Money, UF took No. 28 overall. UF took the top spot in Florida, with Florida State University ranking No. 223 overall, 195 spots below UF. Harris Krause, a 21-year-old UF chemical engineering senior, said that he likes that UF It feels good that UF is focusing on making college affordable for people, and I think that students do get a pretty good deal out of it, especially with bright futures, Krause said. Money magazine ranked schools in three categories: educational quality, affordability and outcomes, which refers to alumni earnings. Forbes Magazine also ranked UF among the top colleges in the 2014 Americas Top 100 Colleges list. UF took No. 87 on Forbes list of top colleges in the U.S.UF does well in rankings for top colleges, affordability CAMPUS ALEX HARRISAlligator Staff Writeraharris@alligator.orgThis Summers student senators took on the task of revising the student body statutes. The changes mostly updated the codes to bring them up to current standards and corrected past grammatical errors, said judiciary chairman Bronco Vuskovich, who co-sponsored these updates. In the 100 codes, senators made the Senate statutes available upon request to each new senator instead of automatically. It saves paper, Vuskovich said. es in the executive branch, which are the heads of Senates various organizations, was updated to The title of Affairs director was scrapped and replaced with new name. Groups like Gators Going Green, Gator Innovators and Student Honor Code were added. UFs history where all of student government is entirely controlled by one party The Swamp Party. The positions for Supervisor of Elections, Assistant Supervisor of Elections and elec-Student Senate updates statutes, deletes positionsEmployees asked him to leaveMutch SEE SENATE, 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, JULY 31, 2014 TODAYFORECASTMONDAY SUNDAY SATURDAY FRIDAY RAIN 88/72 RAIN 90/72 RAIN 90/73 RAIN 91/73 PARTLY CLOUDY 91/72 VOLUME 108 ISSUE 165 Got something going on? Want to see it in this space? Send an email with Whats Happening in the subject line to To ensure publication in the next days newspaper, please submit the event before 4 p.m. Please model your submissions after above events and keep them 150 words or fewer. Improperly formatted Whats Happening submissions may not appear in the paper. Press releases will not appear in the paper.WHATS HAPPENING?SwampLand at the Reitz Union Come one, come all to the world premiere of Gainesvilles newest theme park: SwampLand. This hot, new attraction will be open for one night only at the Reitz Union this Friday from 8 p.m. until 2 a.m. Thrill seekers, do you dare to take on the mechanical alligator? This wild ride, along with a GyroSphere, free food, do-it-yourself suncatchers and an exclusive viewing of the movie Draft Day will have you wishing that SwampLand was open all year long. Best of all, admission to this one-of-a-kind attraction is free with your Gator 1 Card. GatorNights: always Friday, always free. Creative B Movie Series: Teen Wolf Join a panel of scientists, artists and special effects experts as the Florida Museum of Natural History ends its free, werewolf-themed movie series with Teen Wolf (1985) (PG) Friday at 7 p.m. The museum and Creative B will screen the movie and explore the balance between science and art with an expert panel. UF students receive free admission to the Wolf to Woof exhibit with their Gator 1 Card. The museum will be open to the public from 6 to 10 p.m. Parental discretion is advised. For more information, visit Panama: Tropical Ecosystem exhibit opens Aug. 9 The Florida Museum of Natural History will open a new gallery exhibition, Panama: Tropical Ecosystem, on Aug. 9. Developed by UFs George A. Smathers Libraries, the museum will display the exhibit through May 31, 2015. See Southeast Asian Butterflies at the Florida Museums Butterfly Rainforest Visit the Butterfly Rainforest exhibit at the Florida Museum of Natural History through Aug. 14 to discover an exotic assortment of butterfly and moth species and see their extraordinary features as part of the theme Butterflies of Southeast Asia. Daily butterfly releases are held at 2 p.m., with additional weekend releases at 3 p.m. and 4 p.m., weather permitting. UF students with a valid Gator 1 Card receive free admission. See Orange and Blue Butterflies in the Florida Museum Butterfly Rainforest Just in time for football season, the Florida Museum of Natural History is showing its school spirit with an orange and blue theme in the Butterfly Rainforest from Aug. 15 through Sept. 30. Daily butterfly releases are held at 2 p.m., with additional weekend releases at 3 p.m. and 4 p.m., weather permitting. UF students with a valid Gator 1 Card receive free admission year-round. For more information, visit or call 352-8462000. Have an event planned? Add it to the Alligators online


EMILY CARDINALIAlligator Staff Writerecardinali@alligator.orgSame Shop. Same bikes. New Paint. New Name. Goodbike now stands in the same building where Mr. Goodbike stood on Northwest 13th Street. The local bike shop closed earlier this summer. But one of the original owners of Mr. Goodbike, 47-year-old Mike Hetrick, saddled up, dropped the Mr. and opened shop on the Fourth of July. I wanted to have our birth on Independence Day, Mike said. The shop was empty, but we were here with beer and wings and pizza having a good time. Mr. Goodbike originally opened in 2003 after Mike met former owner Gus Woodard. We were both bike enthusiasts and thought it would be a fun way to make a living, he said. Mike and Gus worked together bikes, repairing well-loved rides I kind of like bringing old bikes back from the dead, rehabbing them, Mike said. And of course, I like riding my bike. After selling his share of the shop to Gus in December 2012, Mike traveled. He went to big bike tours in California and Colorado as al bike mechanic. But after a while, he missed his Gainesville roots. Im going back to what I knew here, he said. Mike started repairing bikes at The Cycle Shop while he was in high school. Before he could work in the shop, though, he had to work the hot dog cart. I said, Sure, Ill push that joke around. And I sold every hot dog on there. Hes worked on bikes ever since. I like the shop because the service is great, said Jabari Graves, a 28-year-old cyclist who frequents the shop. Everyone is friendly, and theyre knowledgeable. Jabari started going there when it was still Mr. Goodbike because it was in his neighborhood. I saw it closed down, and I was bummed, he said, Then I saw the new paint and new look, and it brought me in. Goodbike is still the same as its predecessor in many ways. It still offers a $25 tuneup. It still carries Kona mountain bikes from Washington. The row of bright Electra cruisers still sits between the shop and 13th Street. And business? Business has been good. THURSDAY, JULY 31, 2014 ALLIGATOR, 3 Emily Cardinali/ Alligator Staff Mike Hetrick, 47, owner of Goodbike, works on a vintage Fuji road bike on Wednesday. The shop at 425 NW 13th St. opened its doors with a new name and new management on the Fourth of July. THEY WERE LOCALS. GRAHAM HACKAlligator Contributing WriterCutting tree limbs is far from fun, and when you get stuck on a cherry picker while doing it on a hot July afternoon, its downright miserable. That is exactly what happened to two friends of Grant and Stacie Cooper on Saturday, who live on Northwest 27th Terrace, about two miles north of UF. The Coopers rented a cherry picker to cut down tree branches in their front yard, and two friends came over to help. While the two men were 50 feet in the air, a blown fuse caused the machine to stop working, leaving the men stranded. Initial reports said the machine stopped working because a limb fell on it, but Stacie Cooper said those were incorrect. They were stuck up there for over an hour, Cooper said, which happened just after 1 p.m, the hottest part of the day. Grant Cooper who was it but was unsuccessful. After exhausting all of their options, the men called Gainesville Fire Rescue. Once the rescue team arrived, the street was blocked off and a ladder was raised to the men. Joey Gonzalez, a member of the rescue team, minutes to get the men down. This is kinda what we do for a living, he said, joking. GFR District Chief Michael Cowart said situations like this are why people need to be very careful when operating large equipment in potentially dangerous situations. He said a tree limb could have easily fallen on one of the men and caused a serious injury. When you rent equipment like that, you better know what the heck youre doing, he said. But Stacie Cooper said there was never anything dangerous about the situation; her chine later that day. She said the scene was more comical than anything. Two men stranded in cherry picker, had to be rescued by firefighters LOCALBike shop reopens with new name When you rent equipment like that, you better know what the heck youre doing.Michael CowartGainesville Fire Rescue District Chief


4, ALLIGATOR THURSDAY, JULY 31, 2014Kyle Follansbee / Alligator StaffGhost Pepper Reappears Daniel Helfrich, a 19-year-old UF classics junior, stands in front of his replacement pepper as Chilis representatives watch the occasion. His former chili was stolen. UF GETS 2 CENTS PER PIECE. JACQUELINE ADADIAlligator Contributing WriterA leading recycling company UF works with has gone Hollywood. a partnership with TerraCycle, a recycling company that recycles and cosmetic containers. vice president of media relations. Donors drop off items at Terra sorts and mails the items to Terra Cycle. cents for every piece of waste they made almost $10 million from recy cling waste since 2007. The recycling company is sched like to play pranks on each other said. and entertaining at the same time, he said. network geared towards socially minded millennials, he said. However, UFs connection with the company will remain the same despite its potential stardom. TerraCycle is a starting point for zero waste coordinator for the Of way to engage, he said. Theres factor. omore, said TerraCycle options rent locations. go all the way there to get rid of a important than a minor inconve nience.UF-partnered recycling company TerraCycle gets TV show I think it might be an even better idea to have it all around campus instead of just the P.O.D.Jessica GervaisUF sophomoreHEALTH THE ASSOCIATED PRESS deadly melanoma cases since 1973. forms of skin cancer each year. We need more states with these policies that dis is damaged skin. is rising rapidly. According to the Department ple are treated for skin cancer each year. And cer, with 9,000 people dying each year from the whelming. Howard Koh, assistant secretary for health We need to change the social norm with respect to tanning and shatter the myth that tanned skin is somehow a sign of health, Koh said.Generation of tanners sees spike in deadly skin melanoma KYLE FOLLANSBEEAlligator Staff an Bashawn Jennings on resisting ar information with property damage nings, for not stopping at a stop sign and improper tag lighting, according to the report. Jennings drove the car into the Uni and crashed into a light pole, accord ing to the report. Jennings then ran from the crash as the foot. ed commands to stop, according to the report. Jennings ignored $40,000. police, crashes into poleChanges were also made to senate constituency requirements reached for comment. process, via at least two forms of di weeks prior to the deadline. are properly zeroed and tested in the week prior to the election. The zeroing and testing of the voting another deleted section. Senate attendance laws, chapters events to a more targeted approach, thony Sorrentino. Its moving to ward an option where senators get to pick from a pool of potential con ellite schools were stricken from the list of approved representatives for seating, was deleted altogether. the activity and service fee to match SENATE, from page 1Lushniak Jennings


THURSDAY, JULY 31, 2014 ALLIGATOR, 5 AP PhotoLiftoffA United Launch Alliance Delta IV Rocket carrying the AFSPC4 lights up the sky during liftoff from Launch Complex 37 at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station on Monday. THE ASSOCIATED PRESSPORT ST. LUCIE A Florida woman who let her 7-yearold son walk alone to a park has been charged with felony child neglect. Thirty-four-year old Nicole Gaineys son was en route Saturday to a park about a half-mile from his home when he stopped and sat at a nearby pool, accordLifeguards said they had and one approached him to ask where his mother was. Apparently spooked by the ning across a six-lane road tofound him and asked if he was allowed out alone often. and tells me to go, the child report. eys home, in Port St. Lucie, and she was arrested. Police say she told them her park once or twice a week. The Rutherford Institute, a incident from some who see it ment. The group reached out to Gainey, who is now being represented by the organizations attorneys. rights attorney who founded were concerned about the boys said Gainey will not allow her ously, Whitehead said. She wasnt a neglectful mother. ing. A message left on Gaineys phone was not immediately returned.Police arrest mom who let child roam park alone, gets felony chargeHe was 7 years old Shes a good mother, obviously. She wasnt a neglectful mother. Shes John Whiteheadcivil rights attorney


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.Redistricting leads to gridlock in CapitolThroughout the school year, students are rewarded for their hard work with occasional breaks from the rigors of academia. Following the grueling ends of each semester, we are released from the clutches of term papers, exams and presentations to spend a few precious weeks relaxing and recharging our batteries. Like UF and other colleges and universities, Congress takes lengthy breaks, including one that stretches from the beginning of August through Labor Day. Sure, its not all rest and relaxation for members of Congress especially during campaign season but fear not: Many of them will take long vacations beginning this week. For all intents and purposes, generally sow the seeds of discontent throughout the country. In effect, theyve done nothing. If that were how you approached school, would you deserve a passing grade for the semester or a vacation? Not likely. For us to earn (or deserve) time away from the grind of school or our jobs, we must put in some effort. Many, but not all, members of Congress did next to nothing this year, earning a sizable salary on the taxpayers dime, and now, theyre going on vacation. While sipping margaritas on the beach, perhaps a few members of Congress will showed Congress is less popular than the much-maligned Star Wars character Jar Jar Binks. Progress in the U.S. is at a standstill, and its not the result of simple ideological arguments over the size and scope of the government: Its the result of a Congress unable to do its job. A professor once told me that a president proposes and Congress disposes, but it seems that Congress cannot dispose of any proposal, whether that proposal comes from the White House or a fellow member of Congress. It seems that Congress members are so frightened of primary challenges from the ideological fringes of their respective parties that they would rather let Congress act on nothing than compromise and look ideologically weak. What led to this paralysis? Partisan redistricting is a likely cause. Heres the quick and dirty: The party that controls your state government controls the redistricting process. In Floridas case, the Republicans have complete control over our Congressional districts. Recently, a federal court reviewed Floridas Congressional districts and invalidated them, claiming Republicans. Not one person working in politics found it surprising that the party in power titled redistricting in their partys favor. However, Floridas Congressional districts dont just has an unfair district, too. Congresswoman Corinne Browns district which unfathomably stretches from Duval to Orange County was also listed a problem district. As a result, Florida will have to redraw Congressional maps at some point in the near future, but certainly not before the November election. To give you a different perspective, Democratic Congressional candidates won the 2012 popular vote by more than 1 million votes, yet the Republican majority in the House of Representatives held strong. Can you guess why? Partisan redistricting. What we can hope for are districts that accurately represent a local population, providing the voters with a chance to elect someone who represents their communitys best interests in Washington, instead of a political party or ideology. Districts that veer too far to the left or right are a prime reason why our nation is in a holding pattern, but if we demand fair districts, perhaps we can elect those more interested in serving their constituents than interest groups, ideologically motivated organizations and lobbyists. Perhaps then, we, the people, will reign supreme. Who knows, maybe Congress will actudeserved vacation. For now, dont hold your breath. Joel Mendelson is a UF graduate student in political campaigning. His columns appear on Thursdays. Today, were celebrating the end of July with a hello-August-please-dont-be-s****y edition ofDarts & LaurelsIts been a tumultuous week for UF student Daniel Helfrich: First he bartered some Powerade in exchange for the Archer Chilis giant chili statue, only to have it stolen from his neighbors balcony the night he took it home. His touching story of love and loss caught the attention of corporate Chilis, which doubled Helfrichs original offered reward for tives then presented Helfrich with a new pepper at a gathering on Tuesday, so were giving him a you-made-our-week LAUREL to Helfrich, Chilis and this classic story of lovers reunited. This week, Pasquale Rotella, the founder and CEO of the company that hosts EDC, Insomniac Entertainment threw ing artist Tom Petty. The rocker recently made some disparaging comments about EDM, spinning the same critiques of the genre that many older folks make: DJing isnt art, its stupid that people would pay to watch someone press Play on a laptop, etc. Rotella reacted, Spin reported, calling Petty a classic rocker in search of contemporary social relevancy as he starts promoting new music, among other subtle digs. The response itself was measured, as Spin put it, but its pretty audacious that a new guy would insult someone as established and respected as Petty. This is not to say that older artists dont make mistakes or that EDM doesnt have its creative faults, but in this case, were siding with Petty. sit-down-and-pay-your-dues DART to EDM industry man Pasquale Rotella. Now we have a shoutout to PolitiFact Florida, the bipartisan fact-checking organization responsible for verifying all claims made by Florida politicians. As we noted this week, Rick Scott and Charlie Crist are on their way to becoming the least popular Florida gubernatorial candidates ever, and were eternally grateful for PolitiFact Floridas tireless work in checking claims made by both factions. Were giving a Iwant-to-shine-a-light-on-the-things-you-do LAUREL to PolitiFact Florida for doing great work. Finally, this last DART to bad-behavior fraternity Beta Theta Pi writes itself. Over the weekend. Betas toga party last weekend came to a halt when police answered a noise complaint and discovered underage drinkers at the party site. Bad behavior is nothing new for Beta; last year, they drew negative attention when one of its members was arrested in connection to an undercover online sex sting. The member solicited sex from what he thought was an underage girl and was subsequently booked on felony charges. In addition, Beta caught serious heat in 2012 when two white members were photographed in blackface makeup at a fraternity party, demonstrating a level of ignorance not often found on college life is an enriching, time-honored experience, but incidences like these defend the negative stereotypes. 239 TOTAL VOTES9% YES 91% NOVote or post a message at www.alligator.orgTuesdays question: Do you support mandatory bike registration in Gainesville? Todays question: Do you apply sun screen when you spend time in the sun? THURSDAY, JULY 31, 2014 WWW.ALLIGATOR.ORG/OPINIONS Alex Harris EDITOR Steven Katona Kristan Wiggins MANAGING EDITORS Chloe Finch OPINIONS EDITOR Joel


theA v enue Lady in Red/Shady in Red:The results of a study published July 11 suggest women feel threatened by other women in red. Pg 9. Lucy had me like... Read Jackson Harts review on Pg 35.Sharknado has stormed back on to the scene, FYI. Are you stoked? (Were not, but still...) THURSDAY, JULY 31, 2014 WWW.ALLIGATOR.ORG/AVENUE JESSICA MARSHAvenue WriterRoughly 100 students from the art and engineering departments at UF met Wednesday to participate in a ritualistic performance dedicating the newly installed art piece Moving Water. Gathering on the Plaza of the Americas, nearly every particiwater. Each individual had collected the water from a location of Jesenia Lopez, a 21-year-old UF painting senior, had crafted her vessel from clay. Her water was from a duck pond she and her boyfriend spend time at near North Florida Regional Medical Center, she said. Those gathered were split into four separate groups, each bearing the name one of the four cardinal directions. Each group portrayed a symbolic marker. The north painted a blue stripe on the upper arm. The east carried leaves. The south painted blue waves under the eye. The west wore green bracelets made of yarn. Each group gathered, encircling Xavier Cortada of Miami, who was the guest artist for the Creative B term at UF and created the Moving Water project. Afterward each group compass point, meeting at the alligator statue on the north side of the music building. The performance was accompanied by music from the Century Tower carillon. Leaving the statue, they walked to the north wall of the Computer Science and Engineering Building where the artwork hung. One by one, those participating in the ceremony placed their vessels of water on shelves installed just below the piece, pledging to protect the waters of Florida. Measuring 32 feet by four feet and constructed of 514 painted ceramic tiles, Moving Water conveys images of the Panama Canal other bodies of water in Florida, Cortada said. The artwork intrinsically connects the impact of the canals construction on the Panamanian landscape with the continuing alteration and manipulation of Floridas waterways, Cortada said. UFs pending centennial celebration of the Panama Canal inOne of Cortadas goals in working with students from the Department of Computer & Information Science & Engineering was for them to consider how their future actions as engineers and its ecosystem. He said he would like the students to fall in love with the eco side of the world in which they live and plan to shape. It is often the side we dismiss, he added. Lucinda Lavelli, dean of the College of the Arts, said the artwork will bring such life into that sort of barren place that was also Funds for the Moving Water project came from money set aside B, she said. No state dollars were used. In total, $40,400 was spent on the Moving Water project. The artwork will remain in place for at least a year, Lavelli said. Permanent installation will be determined by the universitys lakes, vegetation and landscaping committee, she added. You always have an opinion with public art. Some people like it, some dont, but very few are indifferent, Lavelli said. I dont know that everybody will love this, but it is an educational, aesthetic addition to the campus.Student procession dedicates Moving Waters art pieceJessica Marsh / Alligator One hundred art and engineering students participated in a dedication ceremony for the newly in stalled art piece Moving Waters, by Miami artist Xavier Cortada. STEPHANIE NEWMANAvenue WriterSanta Fe College will host a contemporary Cuban art exhibit today with sensory-friendly accommodations. The Visions of Cuba exhibition will open to the public today at 2 p.m. in the Fine Arts Hall at Santa Fes Northwest Campus. For the exhibitions, the college is taking advantage of a new concept among art exhibits by offering a way for people with sensory processing disorders to excperience the show, said Kathryn Lehman, coordinator of cultural programs at Santa Fe. The college will open a balcony area and create a space for people to view the art from a distance, away from large crowds. Our goal is to provide the arts for all of our citizens, she said. This gives a way for people with these disorders to see the art. During the exhibition, Raul Villarreal, an artist and art professor at the College of Saint Elizabeth in Morristown, New Jersey, will also give a public lecture, Lehman said. The exhibition will be Villarreals third time speaking at Santa Fe. sensory-friendly access, and he is excited about the inclusivity. Villarreal said that learning about the use of sensory-friendly accommodations made him glad to be part of the show because he supports the idea to make art shows more accessible. One experience a lot of people have when they are not familiar with art shows is they become intimidated, he said. I believe trying to create a more welcome environment is a great endeavor. Sam Suprenant, an 18-year-old UF English freshman, never thought about the impact art shows have on people with sensory processing disorders. Suprenant thinks its a good idea to offer greater accessibility to art events if possible. Its an equal opportunity for everyone to experience the nitely be an option. Although Suprenant supports Santa Fes accommodations for people with sensory processing disorders, she is curious about how incorporating similar qualities at other art-related events will affect the atmosphere. I wouldnt want to hinder what other art shows already have going on, she said. The exhibition will feature about 47 pieces, including both artwork created by contemporary Cuban artists and photos taken during a recent cultural tour of Cuba, Lehman said. Most of the pieces are privately owned by individuals who purchased them in Cuba.Sante Fe exhibit accomodates visitors with sensory disorders art


THURSDAY, JULY 31, 2014 ALLIGATOR, 9 8, ALLIGATOR THURSDAY, JULY 31, 2014 JACKSON HARTAvenue WriterCan a movie be smart yet exceedingly dumb? Is it possible to look past empty dialogue, pointless action and shallow characters to recognize been mercilessly trolled? These are questions I kept asking myself after An American college student named Lucy (Scarlett Johansson) is studying abroad in Taipei, Taiwan, when her boyfriend forces her to deliver a suitcase to a Korean drug lord, who then abducts Lucy and forces the bag of drugs in her abdomen to rupture, spilling the substance into her to increase the percentage of her brain she can use, from 10 percent reality was tenuous at best but then supernatural levitation, shootouts with seemingly endless shouting from Korean gangsters and a mind-controlling heroine who literally dissolves at some sages Besson wants to get across, but to send them well, which is a shame Johansson actually might make unknowable being with no particular aim except to obtain more of the drug that she knows will kill her in uses to great effect is tilting her head to the side before she strikes, like an animal slightly amused by its terseamlessly transition her character from a frightened, vulnerable victim theater halfway due to the sheer ludithink about long after you probably Lackluster Lucy will blow your mind for all the wrong reasons FINDINGS MAY NOT APPLY TO ALL. DEBORA LIMAAvenue Writer A group of researchers at the University of Rochester in New York set out to determine The study, published on July 11 in the Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, used into two groups and shown a photo of a womto rank, on a scale of one to 100, how sexually The second experiment used the same photos but tacked on a request: It asked participants to pretend they were competing for a man with The third experiment switched the alternawoman in the photo and how comfortable they pictured was consistently ranked as more sexucolor signals are interpreted similarly across tioned, however, that the results were based on words, not actions, and may not apply to all Cultural differences and personal experiapplicability,according to Aaron Victoria, head teaching assistant for a UF anthropology course tures where colors and perception of colors are Brides wear red on their wedding day in RaStudy: the color red rouses romantic rivalry among women CODY SMITHAvenue WriterYou may not have heard of new As the lyricist in production duo ten hits ranging from Pitbull and penning modern-day sing-alongs, it makes sense that the greatest subsequent rebellion through memorable verses and a chorus that stays sibilities compromise their reggae proach to reggae fusion deftly retains key characteristics of reggae while updating them for modern Some weaker entries weigh the album down, most notably the unnever gets philosophical, but that The group delivers in creating light pop tunes that never pander dominate sales charts for many Reggae-pop band MAGIC! debuts album ASHLEY IACCARINOAvenue WriterFrom the bar area to the stripper poles, Uber Promotions is offering a party before the party The 40-passenger bus will have wrap-around seating, a sound system, one LED TV, a DVD player, two stripper poles (dancers not included), a drink area and more, The bus will be available to said he and his partner, Joey Friedman, expect UF alumni durHe also expects sororities and fraternities and those interested in He said they expect clientele Rates start at $150 per hour, and unlike other party bus companies, it will not require a minione-way transfers for a group of 40 would cost $6 a person, making them cheaper than some cab of a group of 20-30 people who are downtown to not have to each Farzad said that the stripper poles provide entertainment when the bus is stopped and help passengers gain their balance when He said services will run mainly in Gainesville, but they will also offer day trips to cities fewer than two-and-a-half hours away, like This means that if a party were to visit a theme park and pay for a day of service, the bus would stay Farzad said he wants to promote safety with the new bus and hopes to be able to curb drunk decided to buy customers and the community, he He said compared to other serNighttime Auxiliary Patrol, and cabs, the party bus will allow bigger groups to get around without Farzad said the bus is licensed and insured, and the company has The outside of the bus is black with the Uber Promotions logo Alyssa Allen, a 21-year-old UF rority, said she could see her organization using the party bus for its fun adventures and would be a She said she likes the idea because it gets rid of the designated driver and no one has to worry Allen said that the wraparound seating on the party bus will also make the idea more appealing because on the buses they usually take to functions, there are 2 rows She added the fact that pledge rides, where fraternity pledges have to be designated drivers for social events, have been prohibthis rule in place, she thinks party buses will become much more vent people from drinking and Service on the bus began on July 19, and groups can reserve rides by calling Uber Promotions New party bus poised for entry


10, ALLIGATOR THURSDAY, JULY 31, 2014 KELSI & KERI MATWICKAvenue WritersCookbooks contain more than directions for food preparation. They are like a magicians hat: one can get more out of them than they seem to contain, or so muses culinary historian Barbara Wheaton. Read closely as cultural artifacts, cookbooks are rewarding, surprising and illuminating. Indeed, cookbooks are historic documents and supply information about the available ingredients, food fashions and household technology of the time. They reveal much about the societies that produce them. Authors often provide additional tips on how to better ones life, such as how to shop, manage time effectively, entertain guests, travel or protect the environment. Thus, cookbooks offer recipes for living, providing glimpses of what life was like for our predecessors. To understand cookbooks as written records, lets trace the history of American cookbooks. The tradition of American cooking began with the Colonial times, when recipes were passed down orally and recorded in handwritten collections of receipts, meaning received rules of cookery. Often, the recipes were obscure or missing information, assuming a breadth of culinary knowledge of the reader was gained from hands-on experience in the kitchen. Equipment was rustic, with people cooking on a hearth with earthenware pots. When the iron range came into use in the 1850s, previous cookbooks became obsolete because their methods did not work with the new technology. Additional advances such as the oven, smokehouse, air drying, solar cooking and ice house, expanded the repertoire of recipes. Copper and cast iron pots and pans allowed for much higher temperature of cooking than earthenware or ceramics. The few printed cookbooks in America were European imports from the immigrant settlers in the mid-1700s. It was not until 1796 that a cookbook by an American author, American Cookery by Amelia Simmons, was published. Cookbooks provide insight to the foods available in the list of ingredients, including pineapple and coconut appearing in recipes by the end of the 1850s. One learns also about how food was obtained. For instance, in the 1850s, urban cookbooks featured a wider variety of ingredients bought from the street markets and vendors, measuring food quantities by price a punnet of strawberries rather than by amount. Rural cookbooks depended on the kitchen garden and self-procured goods and discussed broader implication, the repertoire of ingredients displays the economic and geographic patterns of the region. Nowadays, the old apprenticeship system is replaced with cooking channels like the Food Network, video clips from YouTube, or recipes from cookbooks and magazines (print and digital). Cooking tools today are sophisticated and affordable, enabling the reader to cook from a vast repertoire of recipes. ing the technological advances, such as creamy freezer) and can assume the reader has the necessary equipment.Reading cookbooks as history food PATRICK GLYNNAvenue WriterIt was 6 a.m. in the Butler Plaza Publix bakery when a co-worker said something I never thought Id hear: Im glad Weird Al Yankovic is doing well again. My head snapped. in fact, Weird Al had been making new music. And not just a single, a whole album. The 54-year-old Yankovic released his 14th album, Mandatory Fun, full of parodies and comedic interreleased in 1983, it has simple, funny reworks of some of the eras most popular and annoying sounds while paying homage to artists who he enjoys. On Mandatory Fun, Yankovic parodies the sexist and degrading Blurred Lines by Robin Thicke and changes it into a tune pointing out poor grammar, noting he thinks its a Goooooood tiiiiiiime / to learn some grammar / Now did I stammer? / Go learn some grammar. Additionally, he parodies the Grammy Award-winning Royals by Lorde (Foil), the stillinfectiously annoying Happy by Pharrell (Tacky), the damn, how-did-this-song-get-radio-play-inby Iggy Azalea (Handy) and the not-so-bad Radioactive by Imagine Dragons (Inactive), along with a mash-up of songs including Miley Cyrus Wrecking Ball, Foster the Peoples Pumped Up Kicks, Psys Gangnam Style, Carly Rae Jepsens Call Me Maybe and more in a genre he knows best: polka. The comedian also makes original been listening to recently, like Foo Fighters (My Own Eyes), Blue Oyster Cult (Lame Claim to Fame) and, maybe my favorite, the wonderful outof-date tradition of (Sports Songs). While Mandatory Fun isnt anything Id play on my way to the beach while Im trying to enjoy my last days of summer in Gainesville or at the damn-it-its-the-end-of-the-summer party I hope to remember, it is a reminder of how annoying all of these sounds can get from radio and club play and how easy it is to make fun of them. It helps that Weird Als takes on these songs are actually funny and tolerable after hearing the beat to some of them too often over the last year. Weird Al would never come up in anyones Best Artists of All Time lists probably ever (aside from my cothe appreciation we all should have for him. He can make music until the day he dies, and Ill still listen especially if hes joking about Iggy Azalea and Robin I Want Paula Back, But Ill Exploit My Fame To Make Money Off Her Thicke.Weird Al still working


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THURSDAY, JULY 31, 2014 WWW.ALLIGATORSPORTS.ORG Will Muschamp holds media day on Sunday. Follow @jczupryn, @ RagjUF and @Morgan_ Moriarty for updates.Gators add to 2015 classThree-star wide receiver Kalif Jackson announced his commitment to Florida on his Twitter account (@Jackson_Kalif84) Tuesday night. JORDAN MCPHERSONAlligator Staff Writer@J_McPherson1126UF still has a bone to pick with UConn. Two of the Gators three losses last season came at the hands of the Huskies the bazz Napier buzzer beater in Storrs, Conn., on Dec. 2; their Final Four matchup to oust Florida from the NCAA Tournament in Arlington, Texas. the longest in program history and a perfect run ence foes. Florida announced its Wednesday, and capping off 3 contest against Connecticut in the OConnell Center. The rest of the schedule rematch wont be smooth sailing, though. land, Bahamas, for the Battle ment last season. will not only prepare our for our fans, Mike Hill, Floridas executive associate athletics director for external affairs, said in a release. After an exhibition game against Barry University on Nov. 6, Billy Donovan and Co. start the regular season stand against William & Mary (Nov. 14), Miami (Fla.) Monroe (Nov. 21). The Gators matchup with the Hurricanes is the start MORGAN MORIARTYAlligator Staff Writer@Morgan MoriartyAlligatorSports continues its 2014 Florida football position breakdown by turning its attention to the quarterback position. returning in redshirt junior Jeff Driskel. Driskel is due for a true breakout season in offensive coordinator Kurt Ropers spread scheme. Although sive coordinator since hes arrived in Gainesville, this is the one which suits him best. For starters, he wont play under center but instead from the shotgun, which is what he excelled in during high school a career that featured more than 4,800 yards in the air and champ put it at SEC Media Days earlier this month, what he was recruited to Florida to be. His biggest plays will be made with his feet. Throughout the spring, comfortable from the gun when he took off and ran. The system wont runs per se, but when Driskel has to Alligator File PhotoJeff Driskel runs the ball during Floridas 21-16 loss to Miami on Sept. 7 in Sun Life Stadium. Driskel is the Gators starting quarterback heading into the season, but the backup remains unknown for now. Florida gets its quarterback backJOHNSONS JOURNALA mates brought home a blowgun. male, we immediately went outside to try and shoot stuff. One of those things was a one, but I am not the marksman he is and didnt come close. I tell you that story to say: I know what it means to be 18 years old and just mess around like Heisman winner Jameis Winston. On Wednesday, the USA Today posted a pellet gun, but you wouldnt know it by the headline that reads, Jameis Winston stopped by police at gunpoint in 2012 incident. That grabs your attention. That gets you reading and more importantly sharing on Facebook and Twitter, which is the real point of a headline such as that one. Then I scrolled down to read what Winston as well as teammate Chris Casher did, and I felt like I had wasted my time. Winston and Casher were out one night with a pellet gun on a trail near campus. weapon and forced the two to get on the ground because he believed the the two were given back the gun and the pellets that went with volved in a previously reported incident involving a pellet gun shoot out later that same night at an apartment complex. Now, the USA Today is far from being site devoted to such things called Forthewin. com. The content of the story itself is not that, but thanks to that headline, that is what this story became. porting or to say that what she reported is not news. Axon dug and found something noteworthy and also kind of funny football. Thats her job. It is also news in the barren wasteland of July. But the headline that she probably didnt write attached to the story ruins the work under it. The ensuing piece didnt live up to the headlines billing and is more sordid than it should be. ston. Winston under unnecessary scrutiny for 2012 incidentSEE POSITION, PAGE 16 SEE HOOPS, PAGE 16 SEE COLUMN, PAGE 16Mens basketball non-conference schedule announcedPOSITION PREVIEW Mike Hill Richard Johnsontwitter: @RagjUF TweetableWill Muschamp UF head coach after direct messages to recruits were sent as regular tweets


1 ALLIGATOR Florida to face UConn in rematch of Final Four HOOPS, from page 15Winston used pellet gun with teammate close to FSUs campus in 2012 COLUMN, from page 15 POSITION, from page 15Backup still unknownAP PhotoPatric Young (4) goes after a loose ball during the second half of Floridas 63-53 loss to Connecticut in the NCAA Final Four tournament on April 4 in Arlington, Texas. UF will face UConn on Jan. 3.