UF has accomplished a lot this semester.
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The tradition of spending the holidays with family and friends transcends languages and oceans. This Winter Break, UF international students won’t be so different from American students. There are about 6,000 international students studying at UF, according to the admissions website. For them, seeing their loved ones might require longer flights, fuller suitcases and tighter hugs. This could be some of these students’ first times seeing their families and friends in more than a year. Some will be going home for the holidays.
The long, golden chain passed from hand to hand until it reached UF President Kent Fuchs on Friday.
UF is looking to secure legislative funding for buildings, expand Greek housing and the possibility of adding a faculty parking garage.
Gabriela Mayer’s petition for no exams on Jewish holidays brought her to Tigert Hall.
Cristina Popescu lives paycheck to paycheck. She considers herself lucky.
When UF President Kent Fuchs introduced himself to students on Monday, he said, "Hi, I’m Kent."
When UF President Kent Fuchs stepped onto the field Saturday night, Gator fans roared. As the honorary Mr. Two Bits, he chanted, "Two Bits! Four Bits! Six bits! A dollar! All for the Gators, stand up and holler!"
A Facebook page claiming to be the University of Florida White Students Union was created Sunday.
UF paid the U.S. government about $19.9 million Friday.
Students studying for their biology finals won’t be able to do so in UF’s law library starting Sunday.
Sumi Helal thinks UF faculty needs to be paid more.
Pasha Antonenko has an extra $4.5 million in grants for his research.
Lee Wetherington didn’t go to UF, but he’s a Gator fan.
When U.S. Marine Corps veteran Brett Surles transferred to UF this Fall, he was worried about making friends.
Andy Grammer will sing to students to keep their heads up Nov. 20.
UF’s home page has received a face-lift.
Last Fall, while Brian Feldman was studying abroad in Chile, he came up with a new way to show support for Palestine.
UF administrators and Graduate Assistants United continued to disagree about the definition of inequality Friday.
Joseph Briggs has considered quitting the sport he loves more than once.