Harold Stahmer will be remembered by the smell of books, cigars and turtles as well as his love of chocolate ice cream, at least to Hannah, his daughter. Others will remember him as a lifelong advocate for justice and equality.
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Rachel Everly's plans after graduation went from teaching English as a second language in Spain to teaching Spanish at a high school in Washington D.C. in the span of a month.
David Chalmers, 93, knew how to excel as a professor, an academic and an activist at the same time.
Mikaela David-John, member of the Saint Regis Mohawk tribe in Akwesasne, New York, won't celebrate Thanksgiving this year. It does not respect her history identity.
The UF Diabetes Institute and affiliated student organizations are working to inform the community about people with diabetes, who are among the most vulnerable to COVID-19.
The UF Student Health Care Center decided to schedule flu shots virtually this Fall to avoid having hundreds of people cluster outside of the student infirmary at the same time.
Cristina Cabada, the Alachua County Labor Coalition Coordinator, speaks to a crowd assembled across the street from the Dasburg House during a protest against in-person classes this spring at UF, on Sunday, Nov. 1, 2020.
Things have changed, but the fun continues at the Reitz Union Game Room.
Cristina Negraru chose to live within walking distance from the Ben Hill Griffin Stadium because she was hoping to attend football games. More than a month into her first semester, she doesn’t see that happening.
The UF’s faculty and graduate student unions double down to stand against UF’s current plan for in-person classes this Spring.
After noticing the overwhelming number of poll workers at risk of having health complications associated with COVID-19 due to their age, Diarmuid Swan decided to give it a try.
Sarah Gutierrez’s parents couldn’t tell her what to expect from college.
Almost four months after George Floyd died at the hands of police, his relatives asked UF students to keep his legacy alive.
After two years of online classes, Elisa D’Ambrosio felt so close to stepping into the classroom. But the pandemic is making her wait longer.
More than 1,000 clubs and student organizations make up the UF community – and most had Fall semester plans derailed.
As of Sunday, more than 5,000 people have tested positive for COVID-19 in Alachua County, according to the Florida Department of Health. So, here’s a guide to wearing a mask in the county and at UF to minimize the spread of the virus.
During an otherwise challenging time, UF managed to earn a record $900.7 million in research funding in the 2020 fiscal year.
Adam Christensen and Kat Cammack win the nominations to run for Florida’s 3rd Congressional District seat
Adam Christensen, 26, won the Democrat nomination for Florida’s 3rd Congressional District following the primary election. Kat Cammack took the Republican nomination. Both candidates will now go head-to-head at the general election on Nov 3.
Yvonne Hayes Hinson, 72, has won Tuesday’s primary election for Florida House of Representatives District 20. Here are some facts to know about the former Gainesville city commissioner and school principal.