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Jean Chalmers wouldn’t say her age.
When Mariel White first came to UF, she never thought about accessibility.
This story was translated by Guamay Martell
In a hotly debated but decidedly abrupt conversation, Rep. Ted Yoho (R-FL) reportedly called Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) a “f***ing bi**h” on the steps of the Capitol Monday morning, The Hill reported.
Con más de 50,000 estudiantes matriculados, miles de ellos irán a Gainesville el próximo mes para comenzar el semestre de otoño en la Universidad de la Florida.
With more than 50,000 students enrolled, thousands will make their way to Gainesville next month for the start of the Fall semester at UF.
International students will be allowed to stay in the United States regardless of how many in-person classes they take, due to a sudden reversal of a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement policy.
When Kirsten Zelonka gets sick, it feels like a roller coaster. All she can do is try to hold on, knuckles white and clutching the safety bar.
A few months ago, Bill Gallagher was grabbing pizza at Leonardo’s Pizza by the Slice and saw two young men sitting together, hand-in-hand. They looked young enough to be freshmen.
Richard Morris’ words have always gotten him into trouble. So, on Friday, protesters lent him their own.
A family of three stood together in a tight circle. Trenita White held an umbrella while her daughters, Joanna and Juanita, passed back and forth a cardboard sign that read “Black Lives Matter.” It ended at Joanna, who held it for the majority of the march.
A crowd of more than 100 healthcare workers knelt on the pavement in remembrance of George Floyd. For 10 minutes, only the sound of nearby cars and soft weeping settled over the courtyard. A light sprinkle fell.
Morris McFadden couldn’t attend the March for our Freedom protest Saturday, so he decided to start his own.
From the cockpit, Commander Charles A. Larwood III took in the views of the Great Lakes as he flew a P-8A Poseidon back home to Jacksonville from Kadena, Japan, on May 21.
It took Tillissa Barcia four tries to find a mask that her autistic son, Austin, would wear.
A Democratic congressional candidate from Gainesville confirmed during a Reddit “Ask Me Anything” that he does, in fact, have two nipples.
For UF freshmen, a year of exciting new experiences usually concludes with a week of worry and stress as finals loom over their heads.
On Monday, an email with the subject line “COVID-19 RENT STRIKE NOW” appeared in the inboxes of about 53,000 UF students.
In 2019, parishioners at Saint Augustine Church sat in the dark the sunset before Easter for a vigil on Holy Saturday. Father David Ruchinski stood outside the church across from the University of Florida’s campus lighting a candle from an Easter fire to bring into the church.