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Around 8 p.m. April 6, a call was made to the UF University Police Department, claiming a potential shooter was on their way to campus. Police increased patrol presence, including around Marston Science Library and Library West. But by 9:15 p.m., there were no officers in sight.
The Gainesville Police Department deployed caution tape, swept crime scenes and ordered confused onlookers exiting the Main Street clubs to leave downtown in the aftermath of two shootings that occurred within minutes of each other early Monday morning.
The UF Board of Trustees passed a series of action items, named trustee Rahul Patel as its vice chair and previewed the university’s long-term goals and courses of action more than a month into Ben Sasse’s term as president.
The UF Honors Program search committee has narrowed its search for a new director down to three finalists, who include the current interim director, Melissa Johnson.
A suspect was arrested by the Gainesville Police Department Tuesday after attempting to rob the Bank of America on West University Avenue.
UF President Ben Sasse has appointed a search committee to find a replacement for outgoing Provost Joe Glover, the university announced Friday morning.
Ben Sasse’s first day as UF president began with an email to students, faculty and staff with high expectations to see them around campus. That same afternoon, students, faculty and alumni gathered for another protest against him outside Tigert Hall.
The UF Faculty Senate voted Tuesday to approve a resolution that calls on the Florida Board of Governors to delay the implementation of a statewide post-tenure review reform — with only one dissenting vote visible.
Pla Navapan was confused the first time her Mississippi high school conducted a mass shooting drill.
In January, the Florida Board of Governors will decide whether to adopt a regulation that would institute a tenure review every five years for faculty at Florida public universities.
Sen. Ben Sasse will become UF’s president Feb. 6, 2023, according to his publicly released contract. Upon an analysis by The Alligator, his contract draws many similarities to President Kent Fuchs’ 2014 employment agreement with UF.
U.S. Sen. Ben Sasse cleared his final hurdle to become UF’s 13th president after his confirmation by the Florida Board of Governors Wednesday.
Candidates Ed Book and Casey Willits won the District 2 and 3 City Commission races, respectively.
This winter, UF will test whether corn can grow in The Swamp.
Sen. Ben Sasse was confirmed by a unanimous vote from the UF Board of Trustees to become the university’s 13th president, to applause at Emerson Alumni Hall on Tuesday.
An untransparent search process, elimination of tenure and pressure to take a retirement buyout — Ben Sasse’s presidency didn’t please everyone at Midland University.
UF Faculty Senate voted to adopt a resolution of no confidence on the selection process of sole UF presidential finalist Ben Sasse, by a significant majority vote of 72-16.
Any protesters who enter Emerson Alumni Hall Nov. 1 during Sen. Ben Sasse's interview with the Board of Trustees may be subject to discipline under the Student Conduct Code, an email from UF President Kent Fuchs announced Monday.
More than a dozen UF faculty and local Democratic politicians rallied to protect academic freedom at Florida's flagship university and urged students to vote in November's midterm elections Friday morning.