Editor’s note: This article contains mentions of sexual assault and violence. Reader discretion is advised.
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Dakeyan Chá Dré Graham was always a band kid.
Today is one of the days UF students can vote for which Student Government party they want to be in power, but something could be getting in the way of a fair election.
If you haven’t registered to vote yet, your time is running out.
Kirk Tapley, an advanced world history teacher at Howard W. Bishop Middle School, has a special room in his house.
Ellen Kostewicz is a realtor and mother of two. But at Gainesville’s Hoggetowne Medieval Faire, she’s Lady Eleanor — a Victorian-era vampire in a hoop dress made of black silk and intricate lace.
“How do you suggest students carry on in their studies and internships without trust and respect in the college administration?”
Assistant professor Mark Hart wanted a new office.
Openlettertodeanperri.com is exactly what it appears to be: an open letter to Michael Perri, the dean of UF’s College of Public Health and Health Professions.
UF students and faculty received an email last Friday correcting a previous university statement: protesters did not definitively use anti-Semitic language against a campus speaker in November.
“The Book of Mormon” is coming to Gainesville this January, and a lucky few have the chance to win cheaper tickets in a lottery.
When it comes to improving healthcare, the cellphone in your pocket might just be one of the keys to progress — or it could act as a bandage covering the real problem.
It was 1954, and about 30 Florida A&M University freshmen sat in a classroom during orientation. A student in the back row, W. George Allen, was the first to stand up and introduce himself.
UF’s Mobile Outreach Clinic bus crashed into a ditch on Newell Drive at 3 p.m. Monday.
Monday, more than 10 UF and P.K. Yonge Developmental Research School officials lined up on grounds south of Tumblin Creek. Each wore a suit or dress, but they all donned white construction hats and sank their shovels into the dirt anyway.
Editor's Note: This investigation is part of a series of stories on sexual violence at UF. The following allegations are from a UF Title IX investigation.
While UF’s chapter of Chi Phi was recently suspended from campus, the activities of three other fraternities have been restricted –– and it all stems from hazing allegations.
UF’s Chi Phi chapter is on interim suspension after allegations of hazing were reported to the fraternity’s national office and UF administration.
Paul Broadie II was one of 62 applicants competing to be Santa Fe College’s next president. Then he was one of two.
When UF computer science graduate student Michael Sanchez found UF’s 10-year master plan online, he searched the housing section for the keyword “graduate.” Out of the 20 results, only one wasn’t connected to the word “undergraduate.”