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Allie Munch’s New Year’s resolution was to run a 5K race every month for the entire year.
On Monday morning, Carly Reeves woke up to UF alerts regarding a gunshot outside her dorm at Murphree Hall.
The construction of UF’s newest residence hall is almost complete.
The day UF admissions released its decisions for freshmen applications was the day Stephanie Latour had been waiting for. UF was her dream school, and she couldn’t wait to see the results.
UF President Kent Fuchs said he drinks between five and 10 cups of coffee every day.
In a red hammock stretched from a pine to a magnolia tree, Douglas Tam sat alone.
The UF Student Senate has another budget to approve.
The UF Student Senate has two meetings remaining this Summer, and while the chamber has had the opportunity to approve budgets and pass more than a dozen resolutions, it has yet to have the chance to approve all of the Executive Branch agency heads.
Five-year-old Samantha Scali eats chicken nuggets on Cow Appreciation Day on Tuesday while wearing cow-inspired attire. Every year, Chick-fil-A offers free meals to customers wearing cow-themed outfits.
A cyclist rides east on Southeast Second Avenue shortly after a rainstorm Monday. The weather is predicted to be stormy today through Thursday.
From left: Bradley Williams, a 23-year-old UF journalism senior, faces off against 22-year-old Sigma Alpha Mu member Will Warden in a round of “Super Smash Bros. for Wii U," on Turlington Plaza on Monday at a S.A.M. tabling event.
Nivaan Neupane, 4, holds a candle after dark at a vigil for the victims of the 2015 Nepal earthquake that happened early May. Neupane’s mother, Parikshya Lana (left) is Nepali.
Members of the UF food pantry committee and project architects ceremonially break ground at the site of a proposed food pantry on May 5 near the Food Science and Human Nutrition building. The food pantry, which will open in mid-July, will offer students free fresh produce, canned goods and toiletries, among other supplies.