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As it prepares for a curriculum overhaul for new students, UF’s journalism department will be led by a new chairman.
When one of his high school classmates died in a motorcycle accident, students wore black to remember him. Brett Stelmaszek wore the brightest colors he owned.
The usual responsibilities of an undergraduate student include studying for exams, writing papers and doing homework. But for Sydney Stelmaszek, being a wife is another priority.
When I was accepted to UF (after being rejected four times), I yelled. That's how excited I was.
The coaches want 100 push-ups, 100 sit-ups and 100 squats. Then they want 100 inverted rows.
Jabs and jokes came from two lobbyists when they offered insider perspectives into the midterm elections to about 40 people Wednesday night at Pugh Hall.
Ofer Bavly, an Israeli consul general who works in Miami, spoke at the Reitz Union for Hispanic Heritage Month on Wednesday night.
Romantic literature tends to deal with the seedier things in life, but UF freshman Jamie Chute doesn’t see why her English professor needed to drop F-bombs in class.
For a third-party candidate, everything becomes a campaign stop — even lunch at Panera Bread.
In an effort to raise Democratic voter participation during this year's election season, about 35 men and women participated in a women's suffrage march around campus Thursday.
As rain fell on the Reitz Union on Tuesday evening, dozens of students scampered under the colonnade. They joined about 60 other students who were looking for that perfect decoration to put in their rooms.
The grass is green. The flowers are blooming. And the chin pubes are sprouting.
The old e-Learning is out at UF, and Sakai is in.
I’ve got some advice for freshmen.
On July 27, Kevin Knudson, the UF Honors Program director, wasn’t searching for answers.
After one year and $16.3 million worth of construction and renovation, the Southwest Recreation Center is scheduled to reopen on Wednesday.