Dressed in their Army blues, members of UF's Army ROTC drill team tossed and flipped their performance rifles to kick off this year's new member orientation.
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Before Michelle Davis watched the football team's rout of Hawaii, the UF alumna sat in the Reitz Union Grand Ballroom and listened to the stories of black men and women who struggled for equal rights at UF 50 years ago.
As Hawaii football players prepare to take on the Gators this weekend, UF is preparing to send a 60-foot-long metal shark in their direction.
When Tropical Storm Fay forced officials to close UF on Friday, the university's emergency-notification system was put to its first real test after undergoing two practice runs in spring.
Today, playing Monopoly isn't just about entertainment.
Rain and puddles couldn't prevent Kelsey Carr and Marisa Eley from running across a soggy Norman Field on Sunday to their new sorority house.
Editor's Note: This is the first in a three-part series on the drinking culture of Gainesville.
During her study abroad program last summer, Anne Lesser trekked through Europe, studied at the University of Cambridge in England and landed in debt.
After Ashlei Rayborn felt the first zap on her skin, she knew the doctor lied about the pain.