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Isu Yoon likes pink sidewalk chalk, and she cries when her friends try to snatch it from her.
This weekend, Homecoming producers hope to weave a new tradition in with Gator fans’ old favorites.
UF alumnus Herbert Wertheim wears the same red hat almost all the time, save for when he eats dinner and showers.
The water fountains in Norman Hall’s east wing are temporarily closed.
In 2012, there was one artist at Gator Growl, and for the next two years, there were two.
She’s a world-renowned American actress and country singer.
Ioannis Ziogas challenged UF administrators to imagine taking care of a child on a graduate assistant’s salary — a salary he says is below the poverty level.
When her friend was shot about two weeks ago, Clara Edwards decided to make a GoFundMe page to help cover his medical expenses.
Tania Rivera has been out of jail for less than a week, and she decided to go back.
Katy Taggart went to Kenya last summer on a wildlife ecology trip and decided to create a UF club.
Parker Van Hart didn’t go to his friend and Grooveshark founder Josh Greenberg’s memorial service.
In a red hammock stretched from a pine to a magnolia tree, Douglas Tam sat alone.
Oswaldo Reina takes the bus to work at the Rawlings POD Market at least three times a week.
A dot 3 billion miles away is starting to become clearer with the first high-resolution images of a has-been planet.
Reid Hall maintenance workers brought balloons, a card and two stuffed tigers to Michelle Molden-Sevison.
Situated on the corner of West University Avenue and Southwest 13th Street, Heavener Hall epitomizes the UF Alma Mater.
UF researchers created a pesticide that saved the Statue of Liberty from termites and a drug that treats people losing their vision.
Maria Cirillo will drive more than 200 miles from Jacksonville to Fort Pierce to visit with her family for the Fourth of July.