The applications may not all be in, but UF’s 12th president will be selected next month.
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UF students who were eligible for Bright Futures Scholarships between 2005 and 2007 may be affected by a computer security breach at Northwest Florida State College.
Despite a shaky economic atmosphere and state funding that remains “anemic,” the state of the university is strong, UF President Bernie Machen assured faculty during his State of the University address Thursday.
A list of criteria for candidates applying to be UF’s next president was finalized and approved during a joint meeting of UF’s Board of Trustees and a presidential search subcommittee on Tuesday.
Less Than Jake might not look the same as they did when you first started listening to them.
Roxanne Woltil can’t wait to get her hands on a box of Trader Joe’s Triple Ginger Cookie Thins.
Aira Karina Curad Mallari was in a rush to get home on Friday.
UF administrators have demanded the Alligator remove 19 of its orange newspaper racks from some of the most visible parts of campus.
Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University President James Ammons resigned Wednesday following a hazing death and several other issues.
UF is finally getting what it asked for.
For Crystal Durham, not taking out a loan wasn’t an option.
After accepting a few losses during this year’s legislative session, UF is getting some approval at a critical time for the university.
Diane McFarlin spent most of her adult life on the road between Sarasota and Gainesville, but for now she’s here to stay.
Police have arrested an Alachua County man for fatally shooting his ex-girlfriend’s father, who didn’t approve of their relationship.
A suspect in the shooting of a Waldo man has turned himself in and was taken in for questioning.
UF’s Board of Trustees has approved a $2 per credit hour increase to the Capital Improvement Trust Fund fee that will help fund renovations to the Reitz Union.
A nationwide search for the new vice president of student affairs ended where it began.
UF’s anti-hazing task force has found students may not be clear on a definition of hazing, and administrators aren’t clear on their responsibility to Santa Fe College and non-degree seeking students on campus.
UF’s Board of Trustees elected a new chairman just in time to put his name on spring graduates’ diplomas.
Budget proposals released Friday aim to leave open faculty positions unfilled and lay off some staff while leaving tenure-track faculty and degree programs unscathed by budget cuts.