In the midst of reports that the economics department has stopped accepting students to its Ph.D. program, some people are concerned UF might not be able to sustain its undergraduate economics degree.
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With finals approaching, students looking for quiet at “Club West” might not be on the list.
UF students don’t always make memes, but when they do, they’re in Lindsey Woodworth’s economics class.
The cold weather blew in and took UF students by surprise Wednesday when the weather dropped to the 40s. But the cold snap is temporary.
Indie rockers came out in droves for Florida’s first Coastline Festival — featuring bands like Matt and Kim, Two Door Cinema Club and Passion Pit.
Voldemort couldn’t stop the rock at Reitz Union Board Entertainment's third annual Harry Potter event, this year called “A Day in Diagon Alley.”
UF is catching up in the race to have “Catching Fire” screened in advance on campus.
A recent study suggests the firstborn child in a family is likely to be the most successful sibling, but some local students and faculty expressed hesitancy about the data.
An hourlong showing of Soulfest will be added to the Homecoming Parade telecast this Friday.
Two friends have decided to go the distance for Dance Marathon. That distance is about 120 miles — from Orlando to Gainesville.
Alachua County and Gainesville may be joined by the federal government as a bill that promises to end employment discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity gains traction in the Senate.
Rainbow colors flooded Bo Diddley Community Plaza on Saturday at Gainesville’s annual Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Pride Festival.
The butterbeer will be brewing for Reitz Union Board Entertainment’s third annual Harry Potter-themed event, this year titled “A Day in Diagon Alley.”
Some Southern Baptist churches and organizations are suing the government for the Affordable Care Act on the grounds that requiring employers to cover contraceptives is against religious freedom.
The university’s emergency department has broken away from the Department of Environmental Health and Safety and become the Department of Emergency Management.
With larger financial net to cast, St. Francis House reopens Arbor House shelter for women and children
After months of being closed, Arbor House reopened its doors to pregnant or single women, or women with young children.
As the government shutdown enters its 11th day, some students are finding it affects them in a way they never expected — if they can do their homework.
A UF researcher has found a link between “feline AIDS” and HIV that may lead to a vaccine for humans and a better vaccine for cats.
Doing research on Affordable Care Act could benefit students who don't know their health insurance situation
With the Affordable Care Act effective as of Tuesday, some students and health care professionals are encouraging other students to research the information themselves and see how it will affect them.
Florida Georgia Line will perform at 7 p.m. Oct. 28 at the Stephen C. O’Connell Center, with opening acts Colt Ford and Chris Lane Band.