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Google and Microsoft are partnering to tackle the global problem of online child pornography, and some UF students are happy with the companies’ efforts.
Put down that smartphone. Showing your device too much love could lead your partner to infidelity.
Local nonprofits and students are stepping up to offer relief for victims of the devastating typhoon that hit the Philippines last week.
Santa Fe College’s Visual Arts Faculty Gallery will open once again Friday night, aimed at giving students insight into the artistic process.
Gallery Protocol will be holding an opening reception tonight featuring an exhibition called “Glimmerguts,” inspired by worlds of fantasy, such as Dungeons and Dragons.
UF Health Shands Hospital and Flad Architects came together Monday to carve up some fun.
As students dig out their winter wear in celebration of cooler temperatures, UF meteorologist for WRUF Jeff Huffman advised the lower temperatures aren’t here to stay.
Liz Delgado, a 30-year-old mother from Miami, does the Vixen Workout because it makes her feel sexy.
The Alachua County Fair has opened its gates for another round of rides, shows and fried food.
Pumpkins and nutmeg get all of the attention this time of year, but there isn’t any reason we can’t show some fall love to a year-round favorite: chicken. This recipe makes a great entree for any fall festivities you plan! It’s fast, easy and will make your guests want to keep coming back for more. As college students, it’s sometimes hard to make enough time to cook a full meal, but you can pair this chicken with mashed potatoes or rice for a well-balanced and kidney-friendly meal.
On Tuesday, Turlington Plaza will once again become a center for controversy.
Two student-founded companies are movin’ on up.
Unauthorized publications squatting in black racks after cancellation of newspaper readership program
News racks in Turlington Plaza have recently been filling up — but not with newspapers.
A recent Internet trend could pose a health concern for young women, especially those in college.
A new ban on animal print clothing imposed by Chessington World of Adventures Resort in the U.K. is not likely to cause a roar in Gainesville.
When Stephanie Hardy first watched “The Fox,” she wasn’t expecting to see costumed adults dancing and making animal sounds in dark woods.
The Hub may not be new, but students are noticing its improvements.
The City of Gainesville is offering classes for the Fall semester, too.
UF student Isabella Llano said that as a sister of Alpha Omicron Pi (ΑΟΠ) sorority, she wears high heels — a lot.