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  1. UF president Kent Fuchs: 'Charlottesville changed everything' (w/video)

    K12

    GAINESVILLE — Wednesday evening, hazy rumors of an impending Neo-Nazi march reached some wary protesters. A few quickly rallied to denounce the marchers in downtown Gainesville, only to find plazas empty but for police.

    University of Florida President W. Kent Fuchs talks with reporters Wednesday about white nationalist Richard Spencer's planned speech on Thursday. He said of Spencer: "In a small way, he is causing us to redouble our focus on supporting actions that are the opposite of what he wants." [WILL VRAGOVIC   |   Times]
  2. Pinellas education news: Science fair at USFSP, lectures at Eckerd College and more

    Education

    USFSP to host Science Festival, MarineQuest

    Elise Faith of Land O’ Lakes looks at samples of sand from different areas of the world at the Science Festival in 2014. This year’s festival is Saturday, along with MarineQuest.
  3. Q&A: Eight things to know about Richard Spencer and his visit to UF

    College

    As Richard Spencer's controversial speech approaches, the University of Florida has been making extensive preparations and reassuring its students. Here, we answer some of the questions swirling around his visit on Thursday.

    Who is Richard Spencer?

    The view from the balcony at the University of Florida's Phillips Center, where white nationalist Richard Spencer will speak on Thursday. Spencer is distributing about 700 tickets. Protesters and Spencer supporters are expected to attend. [University of Florida]