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Introducing Vol. VI, Issue III
Feb 28, 2014

By Fine Print Staff

The Spring 2014 issue of The Fine Print is out and about town. Can’t get your hands on a copy? Flip through the online version here.

Oh, the Places They’ll Grow
Feb 28, 2014

By Taylor Neilly

Alachua County public school gardens receive significant funding support, but their long-term vitality calls for a far more meaningful investment.

Hop on the Magic School Bus
Feb 28, 2014

By Erick Edwing

This summer, four friends will take a refurbished school bus 10,000 miles across the country to spread the eco-friendly gospel.

Shut Down, Not Shut Up
Feb 28, 2014

By Lily Wan

After three years in court, organic and non-GMO farmers are denied the right to protect themselves against agribusiness giant Monsanto.

A West Side Story
Feb 28, 2014

By Claudia Marina

Tony Mata, head of UF’s Musical Theatre program, finished what he calls his life’s work: a documentary on the history of Latin American theater in New York.

Introducing Vol. VI, Issue I
Dec 6, 2013

By Fine Print Staff

The Winter 2013 issue of The Fine Print is out and about town. Can’t get your hands on a copy? Flip through the online version here.

Ziriums
Dec 6, 2013

By Kyle Hayes

Meet Nazir Hausawa: Performing as “Ziriums,” he followed his passion for progressive rap and hip-hop from Nigeria to New York City to Gainesville, Fl.

Now, in a Time of Cholera
Dec 6, 2013

By John Arnst

The first piece from our new science column, Simply Science. For its debut, columnist John Arnst explores the recent resurgence of Cholera in the Caribbean.