Many female teaching assistants at UF have experienced discrimination in and outside of the classroom. Gender stereotypes have led to bias from students and faculty.
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The Swamp restaurant, home to Saturday tailgates and the Freshman 15 burger, will be returning to Gainesville in a new location in August 2022.
Editor’s note: This article contains references to abuse.
While families and friends reunite for the Thanksgiving Break, some student workers have stayed in Gainesville to protect their immunocompromised loved ones from COVID-19.
Matt Marriott’s energy filled a room. He had a large stature and a beard with its own zip code. But above all, he’s remembered for his sense of humor and talent, photographing above and below the sea.
‘The level of inhumanity is just unbearable’: Nigerian faculty and students speak up on police brutality in their home country
UF junior Oluwapemisin Bandy-Toyo was in Lekki, Nigeria, visiting family when peaceful protests turned violent 10 minutes away from his home.
Face masks have added an additional roadblock to the pathway to in-person language classes, but UF administration isn’t buying professors, chairs and directors’ reasoning to stay online.
UF African American Studies professor Vincent Adejumo said he is like a Methodist preacher in his virtual classroom.
Transform Today event raises more than $500,000 for pediatric patients and their families, less than last year
Six-year-old Beckett Genuardi, fidgeting in his mother’s lap, smiled and stuck his tongue out at the more than 60 UF students who tuned into Miracle Moments via Zoom. Beckett is one of the children who has benefited from fundraising events like Transform Today in Dance Marathon.
UF online undergraduate students can now interact on a new app.
Decyo McDuffie serenaded the Soulfest crowds with “Feeling Good” by Michael Bublé and a jazzed up “Skyfall” by Adele in 2018 and 2019. All of his nerves washed away as he stepped onstage and interacted with the audience, he said.
After nearly 10 years in the music industry, Prince Royce had one main piece of advice for UF students: Don’t hesitate and act to achieve your goals.
UF students, faculty and alumni will fill the digital seats of the Homecoming Leadership Pageant this year.
UF’s Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences to end use of prison labor after push from activists
For almost a decade, local activists and UF students have called for UF to end its dependence on prison labor. The Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences responded by breaking its prison labor contracts last week.
Latin singer and songwriter Prince Royce will speak at an hour-long virtual event 7 p.m. Monday hosted by UF Hispanic Heritage Month, Accent Speakers Bureau and Student Government Productions.
Callie Sellers hates rolled meats, but sausage made in Scotland is the exception.
Students enrolled in online summer courses were unexpectedly charged Sunday with only three days to cover the balance.
As a toddler, Olivia Foli used to trek campgrounds alongside her brother, who was a Cub Scout.
A former University of Central Florida associate professor accused of misogynistic behavior is teaching at UF’s Levin College of Law this Fall.
Sidewalks normally flooded with cyclists, skateboarders and speedwalkers, now appear vacant. The few students on campus are sparse, with faces hidden behind cloth or medical face coverings.