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National occupy movement shows no signs of slowing down

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Leading historians say they believe the national occupy movement demonstrations could one day grace the pages of U.S. history books.  Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s spoke with University of Florida Oral History Program Director Paul Ortiz about how the Occupy movement will be perceived in the future.

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A group of UF students studying abroad in Cuba this summer. After returning from the Isle of Youth, their bus back to Havana was no where to be found, so the professors arranged a caravan of classic cars to drive the students back to the capital. "Couldn’t have planned that one better and we’ll be taking the cars next year instead of the bus," professor Donald Behringer said. Photo courtesy of Donald Behringer.

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