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Under the cloud of recent Florida legislation targeting LGBTQ rights, a panel of legal experts, medical professionals and activists discussed discrimination from the state during a Pride Month town hall meeting.
When East Gainesville native Hatdrika Monroe researched U.S. food deserts for a UF class in 2018, she didn’t expect to discover she was from an area nationally recognized for its disparities, including food insecurity.
Han Yi, who immigrated to the U.S. from China, feels betrayed by the state she’s called home for roughly 10 years due to a bill restricting Chinese citizens from purchasing real estate in Florida.
When she was a student at William S. Talbot Elementary, Keira Lee was only one of three Asian American children at the school. Without proper representation in the classroom, tales from her Chinese immigrant grandparents served as the only source of Asian American history education she received as a child.
Asian American K-12 students will soon have the opportunity to learn about their history not only at home but also in their classrooms.
With the Gator and Change Caucus forced to come to a truce by the UF Student Government Supreme Court, functionality within the UF Student Senate has been restored.
The monthlong stalemate between the Gator and Change Caucus has now roped in another branch of Student Government.
Cries for the protection of gender-affirming care echoed from the dozens of protestors clutching banners decorated with transgender symbols and flag colors as they marched down Stadium Road.
The UF Student Senate elected Oscar Santiago Perez (Change-District D) as its new president April 4, nearly one month after the validation of the Spring Student Government elections results and a contentious Senate leadership battle in the chamber.
Members of the Change Caucus gloomily gazed at the empty side of the Senate chamber Tuesday evening, their hopes to elect new Senate leadership once again stonewalled.
Fuzzy blankets. Taco Bell boxes. Monster energy drinks. Study Edge packets.
The UF Student Government Senate devolved into finger-pointing and confusion Tuesday night as the Gator Caucus and Change Caucus blamed each other for the postponement of Senate leadership elections.
Tearful farewells and celebratory cheers over the validation of the Spring election results encompassed the Student Government Senate’s final meeting before Spring break.
More than 12,400 students voted in Student Government elections Feb. 28 and March 1, resulting in a Gator Party executive ticket win and Change Party Senate majority.
UF reported a steady increase of patients diagnosed with gender dysphoria or who received gender-affirming care at UF Health since 2018, according to an audit requested by the governor’s office and obtained by The Alligator.
UF Student Government Spring elections begin Feb. 28, where the executive branch seats — student body president, vice president and treasurer — along with 50 Senate seats are on the line after a contentious campaign cycle between Gator Party and Change Party.
With less than a week until the Spring elections, Gator and Change party’s executive tickets sparred over student organization funding, graduate student resources and 24/7 library services in the Student Government debate Tuesday.
Five years later, former Marjory Stoneman Douglas student Katrina White still shudders with every new headline alerting her of another mass shooting.
After five years, the light has not faded on UF’s remembrance of the lives lost in the 2018 Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting.
Student Government senators approved two resolutions condemning antisemitism and political encroachment and a new Change Caucus minority party leader was appointed during the Feb. 7 meeting’s 29 minutes.