Editor’s Note: This is the first of two articles, which explain the constitutional and local amendments on Tuesday’s ballot.
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Students looking for a good scare don’t have to travel far.
Near the glowing lights at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, far from the tailgaters playing cornhole by Norman Hall and blues music by Library West, Gators fans cheered just before 7 a.m. Saturday.
UF’s student population might reflect the trend of young women on hormonal contraceptives being less likely to use condoms, even after they stop using the contraceptives.
When Kat Worden heard there was a cat trapped under sealed grates near Bryan Hall on UF’s campus Monday, she went home to get a crowbar.
Sasha Gonzalez ran down University Avenue across from Midtown wearing nothing but her underwear twice before, but she said the third time was still “weird.”
Two Conservative pundits will bring their points of view to UF in the coming days.
Female students in science, technology, engineering and math fields experience gender bias when applying for jobs, according to a recent Yale University study.
A mouse’s ability to repair its damaged ear tissue may have implications for new regenerative therapies in humans, according to a study published Thursday in the journal Nature.
Students who gripe about rising tuition costs across the county may have a valid concern, according to findings from a study released this month.
After a February fire destroyed part of Satchel’s Pizza, owner Satchel Raye started a months-long project to redecorate. To continue the eclectic style the pizzeria is known for, Raye called upon local artists to bring their own flavors to the restaurant.
When Matt Pesek got dressed Monday, he didn’t know his T-shirt choice would ruin his plans.
When Grace Collins sees a report about a natural disaster on the news, she wants to get there to help out as soon as she can.
When Stephen Ruffin first sat down to memorize William Shakespeare’s “Measure for Measure” script, he was lost.
While many students are celebrating the long-awaited disbursement of financial aid, others are just excited they can start paying less for tuition.
Turlington Plaza has noticeably been down one pair of hot shorts lately.
When Emily Conwell walks on Turlington Plaza, she slips on a pair of earphones. She doesn’t want to hear the passing students say “that’s so gay” or “no homo.”
Sara Hand never looked at her air-conditioned car with as much gratitude as she did upon returning from India.
It’s 6 p.m. You just woke up from a nap in your dorm room, and your stomach is screaming in hunger. The last thing you want to do is put an Easy Mac bowl in the common area’s sketchy microwave. It’s the first week of your freshman year, so you don’t know anything beyond the bounds of University Avenue or 13th Street.
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