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Making sense of the financial situation in Greece

The plan to put a European rescue deal to a vote in Greece was scrapped today. The Greek Prime Minister changed his mind after a widespread rebellion from within his own Socialist party over the referendum idea. Florida 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Steven Gallo spoke with University of Florida’s Dean of College of Liberal Arts and Sciences …

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Was Shakespeare a fraud? That is the question.

A new dramatic thriller will hit theaters tomorrow, but as Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Steven Gallo reports, this new film is already stirring up controversy in academic circles. (News source interviewed for this feature was University of Florida English professor and Shakespeare scholar Sidney Homan)

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Late Florida activist to be remembered this weekend

Stetson Kennedy in 2005

Stetson Kennedy was an author, folklorist, and human rights activist from north Florida. He died this past August, but yesterday would have been his 95th birthday. This Saturday, the Civic Media Center in Gainesville will be remembering the life of Mr. Kennedy in a memorial service held in his honor. Florida’s 89.1, …

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The long and hot march to the Swamp

While the University of Florida football team will be put to the test tomorrow, another group of UF students has been preparing for tomorrow’s big game. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Steven Gallo has more on what goes on before the Gator Marching Band takes to Florida Field.

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