The Chords of Color for a Cause Festival, presented by UF Performing Arts and Shands at UF, is being brought back for its second season starting July 22.
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Student Body President Ben Meyers' mission to expand free printing on campus is underway.
Pre-med programs at UF and across the nation may need to revamp their programs if they want their students to master the new MCAT.
John Kaplan likened the pain to what it must feel like to get shot.
The GRE has been marked for death.
Anyone on a budget can appreciate a good deal.
In Judaism, the word mitzvah can mean a good deed, and one organization at UF wants to make it a habit for students to perform these charitable actions on a regular basis.
UF’s Hillel is feeling the rhythm and blues.
Students need to spend at least 150 hours studying for a single test in order to get into graduate school, according to standardized-test preparation professionals.
With a just a swab of your cheek, you could help save a life.
Maybe your financial aid dispersement didn't go exactly as planned. Maybe you're stealing fruit from the dining hall to put breakfast on the table tomorrow morning. Maybe you're sneaking into dormitory floor bathrooms to save money on toilet paper.
Facebook stalking has taken on a new meaning.
Gainesville residents will have a chance to showcase their talent in the city's first photography contest, "The Gainesville Way of Life."
KC Hagan took the Law School Admission Test last month in hopes of being accepted to the University of Florida Levin College of Law.
When Tim Hussin's sister handed him a 35mm camera in high school, he thought photography would just be a hobby.
To overcome the highest unemployment rate in 14 years and a struggling stock market, more college students across the country are applying to business, law and graduate schools.
A new type of Facebook stalker is on the prowl, but for now, UF applicants don't have to de-tag those crazy spring break pictures.
This may come as a shock, so you'd better have a seat. According to Kaplan Inc., people look at your Facebook profile - and they judge you.
When Eric VanVeelen arrived for fall classes, he found that most of the job opportunities in Gainesville had already been snatched up.
Josh Kaplan waited in line for six hours when the iPhone came out in June 2007 and was able to get one the same day.