The Plaza of the Americas is surrounded by some of UF campus' oldest buildings, making the area rich with history. Keene-Flint Hall, nestled in the outskirts of the square, was built in 1910, but history is still in the making for this old brick building.
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Echoes of grievances from eight UF professors rang out across the Plaza of The Americas Wednesday morning.
Popular websites and study tools like Chegg and Course Hero have been a saving grace for many students’ grades. But these online tools have opened the door to a world of trouble that students may be unaware of.
The University of Florida is entering a new age of executive leadership, but the state’s current legislative session has come to a close causing the upcoming presidential appointment to operate behind closed doors unlike the last appointment.
Editor’s Note: This story contains graphic depictions of sexual assualt and rape by coercion. Read with caution.
A sense of accomplishment washed over Ron Farb, 76, and his Russian climbing partner as they took in the view from the top of Mount Elbrus, the highest mountain in Europe. About 2670 miles east rested the most formidable peak and Farb’s next conquest.
Rik Stevenson likes to challenge his students with questions each class: “Who is Claudette Colvin? How many slave ships remain untouched at the bottom of the ocean? Who is Bessie Coleman?”
The search for UF’s next president could be affected by a bill that would prohibit part of the appointment process from being accessible to the public.
As the cheers of 10,000 Florida men’s basketball fans crescendo into a deafening roar, the quiet insight from their team manager rings loudest through the players’ heads.
A federal judge prohibited UF from enforcing its conflict-of-interest policy, which the university had used to bar professors from testifying in court, Friday morning.
UF President Kent Fuchs announced Wednesday morning that he will be resigning from his position to transition into a professor role.
Brandon Grabhorn steps back to admire his work, an artistry belonging to a category of its own.
UF President Kent Fuchs will be stepping down from his position to transition into a professor role.
The fight for academic freedom at UF took a new turn as a professor filed a grievance with the university after it prohibited a degree concentration on campus because it contained the words “critical” and “race” in its title.
A UF professor filed a grievance over UF’s hesitancy to create a concentration that included the words “critical” and “race,” adding to the ongoing challenges to academic freedom at the institution.
UF ata cabos sueltos en escándalo de libertad académica, aumentan las críticas UF ata cabos sueltos en escándalo de libertad académica, aumentan las críticas
La semana pasada, UF concluyó su investigación interna sobre conflictos de intereses y políticas de actividades externas, y ofreció recomendaciones de políticas para evitar futuros escándalos.
This article was updated to reflect that UF's maintained its decision to bar professors' testimonies was not affected by external entities. A previous version of this article reported otherwise.
UF submitted a report Tuesday to its accreditation body, the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges, affirming there was no external influence on its decisions to allow or deny professors to testify as expert witnesses.
Tensions over UF’s decision to bar three political science professors from testifying in a case against the state continued Thursday, as a congressional subcommittee announced an investigation into whether UF violated the first amendment.
Dean who barred professor from testifying against state says UF administration directed him to do so
The dean who blocked three UF political science professors from testifying against the state said his decision was heavily influenced by the university’s top administrators.