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Midtown reopened to dozens of bar-hoppers Friday night, but socially-distanced dance floors, reduced-capacity bars and long waits frustrated students and drove many away.
Zoe Leigh is more than 800 miles from the apartment she wanted to make memories in.
There will be no escaping masks in the Fall on campus.
After a summer of protests against systemic racism and police brutality, two UF law courses centered on race were pulled from the course catalog.
“Dude leave me alone.” “Dear James Martin stop this nonsense!!” “Why are there two Garrett’s here?” “Might be better in French. Lol.” “STOP MESSAGING ME.”
Out of nearly 5,000 UF students, almost one out of 10 said they do not wear masks, according to a survey by UF Division of Student Affairs. Those who answered said they believe masks to be an ineffective way of preventing the spread of COVID-19.
In combat, third generation military veteran Paul Ortiz said creating a plan gives people a sense of stability. But when the situation changes, the plans must change with it.
David Prevatt wants to know why UF students don’t know the officers who police them.
This story was translated by Guamay Martell
Elianne Rodriguez and Vanessa Guillén were born only a month apart.
Durante más de una semana, UF Health ha reportado que casi el 25 por ciento de los estudiantes de UF que dieron el examen del COVID-19 resultaron positivos, un número que excede la tasa de casos positivos en la Florida. La realidad parece ser más complicada.
For more than a week, UF Health has reported that nearly 25 percent of UF students tested for COVID-19 at the UF Student Health Care Center received positive results, a number that exceeds Florida’s rate of positivity. The reality is more complicated.
A computer with enough electricity to power 100 to 200 homes will find its own in the UF data center.
A UF graduate student was shot in the head by University Police in his own on-campus apartment.
Thousands of phones across Gainesville lit up with a University Police alert: Suspect, black male, it said.
Bree Turner gets a bitter taste in her mouth when she walks into the Reitz Union. Students walk in and visit with their friends at the food court, prepare for a club meeting or play a round of ping-pong—oblivious to her discomfort.
Tequila McKnight stood on the steps of Gainesville City Hall and told the crowd what it’s like to return to a home that no longer stands.
Joelle Dorsett’s black cap and gown has been sitting in her room for a week. She’s unsure when she will be able to don it and walk across the stage in front of thousands, so for now, it collects dust.
When 90,000 seats in Ben Hill Griffin Stadium go empty, the Gator Band plays on. At least, it hopes to.