Update: UF spokesperson Steve Orlando confirmed that Mohamed DaCosta is no longer being paid by the university after he submitted his resignation in November. Orlando also DaCosta was hired in October 2002. The records show DaCosta advised he was hired as a faculty member in 2003. We will continue to update the article as new information becomes available.
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Armed with knives, scalpels, microscopes and programming languages, women break through gender and scientific barriers.
Four cycles of chemotherapy, 12 spinal taps and one surgery later, Ryan Hinterleiter is officially cancer free.
Editor’s note: A total of 10 current and former-Cicerones contacted for interviews for this article declined to comment. One Cicerone was included in the story and gave information about some of the Cicerones’ responsibilities. This story has been updated to include a direct quote from her.
Kevin Kimbrough was many things: a son, a big brother, a UF fraternity brother, a video-game enthusiast.
Christina Davis traveled more than 8,000 miles in one day.
Kevin Masaro lifted his hand to glide a black Sharpie marker across a pair of jean shorts.
The name Alyssa Baumann will soon replace “Jane Doe” in a lawsuit against Larry Nassar.
Jovanna Liuzzo passed out small white candles to nearly 20 people gathered on Turlington Plaza Friday afternoon.
The stomp of teenage feet sounded like stampeding elephants to Linda Awbrey.
Kathy Dos Santos’ student visa and father’s food importing business were her tickets to freedom.
Heather Halak dreaded having to run to the bathroom down the street when she was a UF student.
The black population at UF has declined since Student Body President Ian Green’s parents graduated more than 30 years ago.
The Santa Fe College student body president wants to pie a politician in the face.
Danielle Gaeta packed gauze into an orange foam swimming pool noodle wrapped in duct tape Saturday morning.
Gunnar Paulson sat in a plane flying over Gainesville and looked down on a sea of 35,000 people.
Life on the farm wasn’t easy for a young Chuck Clemons.
UF alumna Lara Alqasem was granted permission to enter Israel after being detained for more than two weeks in an Israeli airport.
Bats, alligators, horses, Tom Petty and Bo Diddley decorate the bedrooms of one of Gainesville’s newest hotels.
The Kmart aisles were mostly empty Monday night except for brothers Miles and Reese Forziano.