Twelve community and student organizations gathered on the Reitz Union North Lawn on Wednesday afternoon to network for the Disability Awareness Fair.
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The Asian American Student Union and the Pride Student Union joined forces Wednesday evening in Ustler Hall to share the experiences people with dual-minority identity face.
With a swift keystroke on a smartphone and a download of the Foursquare app, as of Monday, students, visitors and fans alike can "check in" to official UF buildings and events.
With dried mud peeling from their bodies, five people ran on campus and along University Avenue on Tuesday evening as cars honked and onlookers stared.
The monarch butterfly wings strapped to 11-year-old Ashley Fuller's back had a span that doubled the width of her frame and reached the top of her head.
The stereo at the Reitz Union Grand Ballroom blared hip-hop and salsa music Tuesday evening, but the students present were swaying to the same tune.
UF will show that compassion trumps rivalry at the University of Alabama football game Saturday when the UF Greek community presents a $10,000 check for tornado relief in Tuscaloosa, Ala.
Despite the heat, about 2,500 students packed into the Stephen C. O'Connell Center Tuesday, donning jackets, dress pants or knee-length skirts in hopes of landing those prospective jobs or internships.
St. Petersburg Times journalist and UF alumnus Jeff Klinkenberg urged Floridians to take action and defend their history Monday in the Pugh Hall Ocora Room.
As Friday marked the 31st anniversary of China's One-Child Policy, UF students rallied in Turlington Plaza to spread awareness of the gendercide of 37 million girls.
UF alumnus and noted journalist Jeff Klinkenberg will speak on the changing landscape of Florida culture at 6 p.m. Monday in the Pugh Hall ocora.
UF Hillel and the UF Israel Network are participating in a nationwide initiative to promote discussion of Israel on the Plaza of the Americas from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. today.
UF dropped in two categories in the annual U.S. News and World Report Rankings.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor may be retired, but she made it known that even though she's no longer writing opinions, she's still got them.
Leading financial-reform expert Phil Angelides warned students, faculty and the general public of a double-dip recession while talking economics Thursday evening in Pugh Hall.
U.S. financial expert Phil Angelides will speak with former Florida governor and U.S. Sen. Bob Graham at 6 p.m. today in the Pugh Hall Ocora about current U.S. economic and financial issues.
The world watched as The Gator Nation got a firsthand lesson in fist pumping and "twinning" when the UF College of Journalism and Communications sponsored a study abroad trip in Florence during the summer semester.