Florida sophomore defensive lineman Chris McClellan will be entering the Transfer Portal he announced on social media Sunday.
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Home to the largest Jewish student public university population in the nation, UF has one of the most comprehensive university Jewish centers nationally, according to its director, professor Norman J.W. Goda.
This article has been updated to reflect the Hamilton center will only be teaching one Honors Quest course in the Spring. The Alligator initially reported otherwise.UF’s Hamilton Center for Classical and Civic Education wants to prove it has no political agenda.
Gainesville, May 1972. UF students packed the corner of University Avenue and Southwest 13th Street in a two-day anti-Vietnam War protest that clashed directly with police officers and campus officials. Nearly every week, there’s a protest on the corner of University and Southwest 13th Street — it’s one thing about Gainesville that’s never changed.
Florida redshirt junior center Kingsley Eguakun declared for the 2024 NFL Draft, he announced on social media Sunday.
Sara Beer has recently started to think twice before wearing her Star of David necklace on UF's campus.
To some people, Christmas begins when a shining star is placed on the peak of an ornamented fir tree. For others, it starts when the radio decides it’s time to air Christmas music. But for many people in Gainesville, the holiday season doesn’t kick off until they view a theatrical spin of a classic tale.
‘It’s a start’: Gainesville drag community celebrates temporary lift on Florida ban of children at shows
Ethan Garrepy began doing drag with a $10 Target face paint palette, an old Halloween wig and a lot of time on their hands during the COVID-19 quarantine. Three years later, the 19-year-old UF musical theater sophomore is one of many artists and performers who make up Gainesville’s flourishing drag scene.
In an unsuspecting intersection of streets near Downtown Gainesville, an empty plot of land used to lie across the Porter’s Quarters Community Center. Today, the plot serves as a community farm that grows fresh crops for residents.
The only thing that gets 24-year-old UF master’s student Alex Powell out of bed Wednesday mornings is the promise of a maple glazed doughnut from Halo Potato. Her cat Robbie can paw at her head as much as he wants; she doesn’t get up until she remembers the doughnut awaiting her.
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When I first transferred to UF in 2022, I moved into a small one-bed residence hall in Sledd Hall. It took all the money I had in my bank account to get that room. Frankly, not the best money spent for your first home away from home. However, it came with a good price.
Before I joined The Alligator, I always heard people say that the best thing you get out of working here is the people you meet. This is corny but true, like most things.
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I left The Alligator a year ago, almost to the day.
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Breaking news — to a reporter — is its own type of unforgiving hell. Unfortunately, it’s my favorite type of reporting.
Gainesville residents of all ages filled the Jackson N. Sasser Fine Arts Hall Dec. 2, learning about animals and summoning snow alongside Santa Claus, Frosty and Perry the Mouse.
Herd senior guard Breanna Campell approached the free throw line with seconds remaining in the game. The oxygen in the Florida lead began to dwindle even further away, with little chance available for the Gators to respond.