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UF Student Body officials have decided to overrule amendments made to the UF Constitution that would have allowed online voting, which were passed in Spring.
She’s surrounded by empty black chairs.
Aamir Rahim hadn’t done laundry in two and a half weeks.
Gainesville Fire Rescue responded to a fire at UF Keys Residential Complex Saturday.
A new party has emerged with promises to overcome gridlock in the Student Senate chambers.
A third political party will come into play in the Fall UF Student Government election cycle.
Party affiliations got the best of student senators Tuesday night.
Students in need of food or bathroom supplies can get them for free as the school year comes to an end.
The Gator Nation will lose a hard-working and dedicated administrator in May.
UF’s top research has been compiled into easy-to-read nonfiction books.
It’s easy to forget about that $18 per credit hour that’s funneled to Student Government. But this past year’s executive ticket spent it — almost exactly the way they promised they would in their platform.
Sandibel Miron made sure to binge-watch “House of Cards” before actress Robin Wright came to UF.
In an effort to produce zero waste, UF’s Office of Sustainability and Physical Plant Division are working together to recycle paper towels from bathrooms around campus into compost.
“House of Cards” actress Robin Wright is set to visit UF next Thursday.
A bill allowing Innovation Academy senators to appoint a replacement senator for Fall terms was unanimously approved at Tuesday night’s UF Senate meeting.
On Monday morning, a group of about 15 people called for Gainesville’s mayor and city commissioner to take a stand against a proposed bill that would affect the transgender community.
Maria Coady said goodbye to her son four months ago after he died in a motorcycle accident, and now she has found a way to keep his memory alive.
UF Online is welcoming Evangeline Cummings as its new director, and she has the task of raising the program’s enrollment.
Gym rats no longer have to wait until parking gets lifted at 3:30 p.m. to work out.