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Children Milk Goats at Newberry Branch Library

Over half a dozen dairy goats were skipping around and nibbling on the fingers of children outside of the Newberry Branch Library Wednesday afternoon Once a year, the library hosts a free interactive workshop to teach children about goats and the value of knowing where their food comes from.

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UF Student Starts Produce Delivery Service

UF finance senior Vivek Kumar has created a program to deliver quality organic fruits and vegetables the Union Street Farmers Market to local residents every Wednesday. The program is an alternative to traditional farmers' markets and encourages residents to eat local and organic.

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University of Florida Agrees To $19.8 Million Federal Settlement

The University of Florida is involved in a federal settlement to repay nearly $20 million to the United States government. The U.S. Department of Justice announced a settlement Friday afternoon in allegations that the university “improperly charged the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services for salary and administrative costs …

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Gender Neutral Bathrooms Ease Fears

The University of Florida is working to make more single bathrooms around campus open to all genders. The initiative is helping to create a secure setting for anyone needing to use the bathroom, regardless of gender identity.

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National Assessment Of Education Progress Scores Low In Florida

The 2015 scores for the National Assessment of Education Progress exam (NAEP) are out, and the overall results were low for Florida and the nation as a whole. The scores for Florida's eighth graders in the national math exam were lower than two years ago. Despite these low scores, Duval County Public schools were ranked among the top districts in the U.S. in both reading and math.

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