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University Police arrested a UF student Saturday evening after she reportedly lashed out against an officer at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium.
She’s surrounded by empty black chairs.
Over lunch, they wrestled.
In 1965, Jaxon Cade Kennedy’s great-grandfather invented a sports drink in the basement of a UF teaching hospital.
When president of the Black Student Union Phillip Wells saw a photo of four sorority sisters wearing shirts that read "trap queen," his first thought was to analyze it.
Noah Shitama greeted each person who came up to his stand with a smile.
On Sunday, an elephant rode down West University Avenue.
Attorney and UF alumnus John Morgan is for the people — and UF students.
Security guard Terrell Brown, 50, guards the Farrior Hall construction site at UF. He said his night of making sure no one jumped the fence or climbed a crane hadn’t been very exciting so far. “I ain’t caught a jailbird yet,” he said.
Kyle Stoughton (from left), a marketing student, jokes with Lydia Hensel, a health sciences pre-occupation therapy student, and Cassie Hicks, a family youth and community sciences student, by Lake Alice on Oct. 5, 2015. The three 19-year-old UF sophomores hung around the lake to take a break from studying. Hensel said that there are a lot of opportunities around campus to use her hammock especially “when the weather gets nice.”
Christiana Ramirez (right), a 26-year-old Bly’s School of Cosmetology student, and Mystic Tobacco owner Ricardo Morales smoke hookah outside the 1219 W. University Ave. tobacco shop. Ramirez said she came with her mother, who visits every night. “The cave is really cool,” Ramirez said, referring to the shop’s newly added hookah lounge inside.
UF Alpha Epsilon Delta honor society members (from left) Sabina Braverman, a 21-year-old UF psychology senior; Alex Huellssman, a 22-year-old fifth-year UF biology student; Jamie Luntz, a 19-year-old UF health science sophomore; and Michelle Smith, a 19-year-old UF health science sophomore rehearse for a puppet show in the Reitz Union Breezeway on Oct.5, 2015. They will perform at the Boys & Girls Club of Alachua County as part of a skin cancer awareness campaign.
Stay-at-home mom Shelley Rose and her 9-year-old daughter Nevaeh Rose greet a 6-month-old weimaraner and Labrador retriever mix named Gandalf at Haisley Lynch Park on Oct. 5, 2015. “My daughters and I have been doing nothing but sitting outside,” Rose said. “It finally feels like fall.”
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