Even before Jacob Frisch was diagnosed with autism in middle school, his classmates often hurled ableist slurs at him.
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As cars drove past University Avenue, many honked their horns to support graduate assistants who were advocating for wage increases. People marched, chanted, held signs and used chalk to leave their message at Tigert Hall Friday.
Roksolana Mykytiuk, 25, stood alone at Turlington Plaza Feb. 28. She held a poster: “Stand with Ukraine.” As hundreds of students passed through the mid-campus hub, she noticed a girl with braids intertwined with blue and yellow fabric walking toward her.
When Denise Burton returned to Porters Quarters in 2011, the landmarks that once guided her were gone. Burton, who left in 1980 for Georgia with her husband, called a friend asking why she couldn’t find the Alachua General Hospital, a mile marker she used to get around.
March for Our Lives Gainesville held its fourth annual vigil Monday on the anniversary of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting.
UF Student Government elections are fast approaching, and some parties are releasing their platforms for the semester.
The Black Student Union hosted an opening ceremony to honor the start of Black History Month Tuesday.
Instead of moving his in-person classes online following UF’s COVID-19 spike, Mark Hostetler brought his 15 students outside in a breezeway for their biodiversity conservation class.