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Don’t Call Me Baby: The History of Catcalling

This is a guest post by TampaBayScene’s Ariel Chates. Hey fellas, let me give you a pop quiz. You see a woman walking down the street. What do ...

On July 1, 2015 / By

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    Asshole and Hero of the Week

    Although we love to view the world in absolutes, things are seldom black and white. Heroes have skeletons in their closets and assholes secretly donate money to the ASPCA commercials with Sarah McLachlan. Okay, maybe not. The point is that the world is a complex place, full of moral ambiguity, double standards and mixed feelings. So we have taken it upon ourselves to bring ...

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    Don’t Call Me Baby: The History of Catcalling

    This is a guest post by TampaBayScene’s Ariel Chates. Hey fellas, let me give you a pop quiz. You see a woman walking down the street. What do you do? Scream “Hey baby” while proceeding to lick your lips Slow your car to a kidnap-friendly crawl and whistle as you drive by Block her path and say “Damn, beautiful.” Wait outside the ...

    On July 1, 2015 / By
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    Growling Through Gainesville

    The day has come. The blessed, beautiful moment Florida’s craft-beer drinkers have all been longing for has finally arrived. After years of battling with the suits in Tallahassee, Florida breweries can finally rejoice in the victory of filling up 64 oz. growlers with fermented, hoppy goodness for their patrons. Moving out of the dark ages, Florida has deemed the 64 oz. growler legal ...

    On June 30, 2015 / By
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    LeBron James: Cursed by Success

    This is a guest post by Brett Maverick Musser. A University of Florida graduate, Brett is a self-proclaimed gluten-free radical feminist who will be pursuing his Juris Doctor at the University of San Diego come fall.  The type of attention Lebron James has received since his high school basketball career reveals as much about us as it reveals about him. We have canonized ...

    On June 30, 2015 / By
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    On The Issues: Bobby Jindal

    Politics are confusing. With a playing field this big, it’s hard to know where each of the 2016 presidential candidates stands on the issues. But the choices these rich old people make directly impact the country we live in, so it’s important to be informed when the election rolls around in November of 2016. That’s where we come in. No frills, no ...

    On June 30, 2015 / By
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    Culture Your Fu**ing Self

    There are two approaches to spending your time in this complex enigma of a town called Gainesville. You can complain that, “there’s nothing to do” and drown your sorrows in a sub-par 3-4-1 Long Island at Cantina every night, or you can embrace your precious time here in Hogtown and go explore. We’ve helped you survive your road trips and spring break. ...

    On June 29, 2015 / By
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    Asshole and Hero of the Week

    Although we love to view the world in absolutes, things are seldom black and white. Heroes have skeletons in their closets and assholes secretly donate money to the ASPCA commercials with Sarah McLachlan. Okay, maybe not. The point is that the world is a complex place, full of moral ambiguity, double standards and mixed feelings. So we have taken it upon ourselves to bring ...

    On June 24, 2015 / By
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    ADHD: Learning To Live Beyond A Disorder

    This is a guest post by Kristia Watkins, a fourth-year public relations student at UF. I’m almost 21 years old, and I struggle with the thought that I am the way I am because of a disorder commonly known as ADHD. The classic attention deficit hyperactivity disorder symptoms: hyperactivity, difficulty staying focused and issues with controlling behavior. I was told these would ...

    On June 23, 2015 / By
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    Keeping Tabs On Your Summer Bod

    Summer has arrived and you have completed your mission. You have spent what seems like endless hours at the gym fighting off sweat and holding in tears the next morning. You have chugged enough protein to fuel a horse. Every magazine you own has dog-eared pages filled with tips on how to get fast sexy abs, and your social media feed resembles ...

    On June 23, 2015 / By
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    Ask Rachel: The Baggage of Heritage

    What is your race? White, African American, Hispanic, Indian, Native American, Haitian American, Chinese, Korean or a combination of a few? OK, so that seems like an easy question. Let’s try another one. What’s your racial identity? See, we have a more complicated question here. Do you even know what that means? This question has come to the forefront of a media debate ...

    On June 22, 2015 / By
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    On The Issues: Donald Trump

    Politics are confusing. With a playing field this big, it’s hard to know where each of the 2016 presidential candidates stands on the issues. But the choices these rich old people make directly impact the country we live in, so it’s important to be informed when the election rolls around in November of 2016. That’s where we come in. No frills, no ...

    On June 21, 2015 / By
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    Culture Your Fu**ing Self

    There are two approaches to spending your time in this complex enigma of a town called Gainesville. You can complain that, “there’s nothing to do” and drown your sorrows in a sub-par 3-4-1 Long Island at Cantina every night, or you can embrace your precious time here in Hogtown and go explore. We’ve helped you survive your road trips and spring break. ...

    On June 21, 2015 / By
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    2501 Brings a Mural to the 352

    Besides the occasional spray of paint in the humid darkness of Norman Tunnel or the drippy painted phrases on the 34th street wall, Gainesville has been a relatively colorless town. Until now. Italian urban muralist 2501 arrived in Gainesville this morning to transform the barren walls of the :08 Seconds building into an experiential piece of art for the entire city to ...

    On June 18, 2015 / By
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    Eat Your Heart Out at Gainesville Restaurant Week

    It’s time to put your summer fitness plans on hold because tonight, the Gainesville Chamber of Commerce will kick off its annual Restaurant Week. Taking place at the Gainesville Regional Airport from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., the event welcomes all residents to experience a taste of local food and drinks. Over 20 vendors will be at the event, offering samples ranging ...

    On June 18, 2015 / By
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    Asshole and Hero of the Week

    Although we love to view the world in absolutes, things are seldom black and white. Heroes have skeletons in their closets and assholes secretly donate money to the ASPCA commercials with Sarah McLachlan. Okay, maybe not. The point is that the world is a complex place, full of moral ambiguity, double standards and mixed feelings. So we have taken it upon ourselves to bring ...

    On June 18, 2015 / By