Over the past year, UF has found itself in a period of transition, including a new president appointed in February, the search for a new provost beginning in the Spring, a new UF Honors Program director to be announced within the next month and searches for a new dean of the Levin College of Law and Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering.
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Every student in their freshman economics class will learn: Supply needs to be met with demand. Supply of natural gas is no different.
Broken glass littered the sidewalk outside 4Most Gallery March 27 after someone threw rocks through the window. Inside, a painting of a blazing jailhouse set against a natural scene showcased the exhibition’s goal: a society without prisons.
Shoppers at the How Bazar Night Festival Saturday night watched in wonder as Griffin Wulf hung from ribbons, performing her aerial routine.
To be Sabrina Marie Obando’s friend was to be showered in love, laughter and light.
In UF Student Government, a new semester brings with it a new legislation season in which graduate students have had little to no say. The Graduate and Graduate Family Housing senate seats have remained vacant throughout the entire Fall semester and now leading into Spring.
The number of bills that have appeared on the Senate floor this semester pales in comparison to the Spring semester.
The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket takes off on a resupply mission for the International Space Station Dec. 21. A small UF-made satellite, roughly the length and width of a Subway footlong sandwich, will venture into space along with it.
Following promises to improve traffic safety, Student Government is taking steps to make University Avenue a safer place for pedestrians.
The University Auditorium was packed with senators, students and UF administration Tuesday evening as Student Body President Cooper Brown gave the State of the Campus Address.
Sitting within the UF Veterans Memorial, Liberty Pond has spent years collecting algae. Its initial decor has either been removed or has fallen into disrepair, including its fountain.
Gator Party has kept a grip on senate committees for the past three semesters. This semester is no different, with 100% of nominated committee members belonging to the majority party.
Although open to the public, standing Student Government committee meetings are often only announced on a clipboard on the ground floor of the Reitz Union. Students who do not pass the area and are not members of the committees themselves have no other means to find out SG meeting dates and times.
The process of approving committee and Senate seats caused debate last week after a freshman was selected to represent sophomores and graduate seats remained vacant.
Donning his iconic red cowboy hat, Herbert Wertheim, the billionaire namesake of the latest addition to the College of Engineering, cut the ribbon for the new building just north of the Reitz Union.
Fall 2020 senators said goodbye to the chamber as Senate ratified election results and welcomed its new members.
For a year, Gator Party has held control over SG Senate with a supermajority of more than 60 senators out of 100 total seats.
Members of Change and Gator Party huddled on the third floor of the Reitz Wednesday night, waiting for election results to begin rolling out. At the end of the night, Gator Party solidified its majority in Senate for the third semester in a row.
UF students have seven options of polling locations to cast their votes to decide who will fill the 50 available Student Government Senate seats. Voting will take place Sept. 28 and 29 from 8:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.
A dozen apartment complexes in Gainesville are located less than a five-minute drive from campus. Rent near campus is steep as multiple apartments charge more than $1000 per month.