A noose in Weimer Hall. Slurs on a whiteboard. Richard Spencer.
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Alexa Tirse was devastated three years ago when she thought she was denied admission to her dream school, UF.
For the first time in more than seven months, 1-year-old Valeria Ocampo’s heart beat on its own.
UF Levin College of Law students had the lowest passing rate among Florida law school students who took the most recent bar exam, according to results released by the Florida Supreme Court on Monday.
As Jack E. Davis met with a graduate student in his Keene-Flint Hall office Monday afternoon, his phone began to ring. And ring. And ring.
A tornado watch has been issued for Alachua County, with potential for a severe thunderstorm warning until 6 p.m. Sunday, according to the National Weather Service in Jacksonville.
Cracking sounds pierced the air in an otherwise calm Carleton Auditorium on Thursday night.
Jarrod Rodriguez wanted to know why hecklers drowning out Richard Spencer’s speech at the Phillips Center for Performing Arts weren’t asked to leave.
Three candidates for UF’s first chief diversity officer will visit campus to meet with faculty, staff and students before the end of the semester.
On Monday night, Gainesville will likely beat a 74-year record of rainfall for April, according to the National Weather Service in Jacksonville.
Brandon Shavers knows what loss feels like after his friend took her life a year ago.
David Horne said a rock thrown at Tigert Hall in the ‘70s sent things out of control.
Ben Nichols expected to research seedless mandarins for another year. Instead, he’ll be forced to wrap up his studies in three months.
The UF Board of Trustees unanimously selected an Iranian immigrant as its next next chairman, in a meeting last Friday.
Comedian John Mulaney will not be performing at UF, Accent Speakers Bureau announced Monday. The bureau is searching for another comedian to take his place.
The UF Athletic Association has announced plans to build a new baseball stadium off Hull Road, near the Ronald R. Dizney Lacrosse Stadium, by 2020.
1. Why are people marching?
The UF Board of Trustees will vote on continuing with designs of a $250 million central energy plan and construction of a $50 million baseball stadium today.
Ja’Net Glover has been named senior director for the UF Career Resource Center.
UF’s campus is getting brighter.