Alachua County Sheriff’s Office identified the four deputies and the man they killed in a shoot-out Friday.
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UF President Kent Fuchs received his first dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine Tuesday morning.
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.
This story was translated by Gabriella Guez
UF students will once again sit down in front of screens to learn about science from Bill Nye. But they won’t be in classrooms this time.
With less than one month before the start of the Fall semester, the number of UF students and faculty who tested positive for COVID-19 on campus has been temporarily taken down by the university.
Students will experience delays in finalizing their Fall schedules again.
Morris McFadden couldn’t attend the March for our Freedom protest Saturday, so he decided to start his own.
George Floyd took his last breath Monday, but chants demanding his name be remembered echoed down the streets of downtown Gainesville Saturday.
From a pornographic “Zoom bombing” to the short-lived formation of a controversial third party, a lot has happened in UF Student Government during Spring semester.
The UF Student Government Executive Committee approved a bill Friday to allocate $500,000 from the SG reserves account for off-campus rent relief.
Melanee and Sylvester Carmickal drove two and a half hours from Tampa to Gainesville for a drive-thru window. What did they order? One marriage, to-go.
After drawings of penises began speckling the screen and racial slurs flooded the chat box, UF professor Xiang Bi decided to shut down her virtual Zoom class last week. She reopened a new classroom requiring a password a few minutes later and resumed teaching.
Student Government Senate began meeting via Zoom about a month ago, but it has struggled to be productive since the move online.
As businesses shut their doors and officials release stay-at-home orders, UF has extended keeping classes online through the remainder of summer.
Genitalia, naked butts and swastikas flashed across the screens of Student Government senators and guests Tuesday night as they attempted to hold their weekly meeting over Zoom.
In the race for money, many student organizations didn’t make it to the finish line last semester. This time around, the race was canceled before it even started.
Editor's Note: If you think you might have COVID-19, contact the Alachua County Health Department at (352) 334-7900 or the Student Health Care Center at (352) 392-1161. The Alligator doesn’t have information about the names of these county and UF patients due to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, more commonly known as HIPAA, which protects patient privacy.
Editor's Note: If you think you might have COVID-19, contact the Alachua County Health Department at (352) 334-7900 or the Student Health Care Center at (352) 392-1161.
Student Government is designed to be a nonpartisan entity, but that can change when student leaders voice their opinions on the presidential primaries.