UF student senators voted against a bill that would create a socially responsible investment advisory board at UF on Tuesday's Student Senate meeting.
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Equipment-use fees that UF piloted this semester in four colleges will be made available across the university this fall as part of a larger effort to generate funds in light of major budget cuts.
UF Provost Janie Fouke, who announced her resignation from her post about a month ago, has been selected as one of six public candidates for the chancellor position at Louisiana State University.
UF's chapter of Delta Tau Delta Fraternity raised about $20,000 for cancer organizations Thursday night at its second annual Miss Greek competition.
Two political journalists will discuss the media's effect on the U.S. presidency at UF's Graham Center for Public Service in Pugh Hall at 7 p.m. as part of the center's Presidential Lecture Series.
The Florida House of Representatives voted unanimously in favor of a bill Wednesday that aims to make buying textbooks more affordable. The bill, introduced by Rep. Anitere Flores, R-Miami, would require state colleges and universities to provide adequate textbook information to students at least 30 days before the first day of classes.
In response to "embarrassingly prominent" television alcohol ads aired throughout the NCAA basketball tournament, about 100 university presidents and athletic directors signed a letter of complaint sent to the organization last week.
The Florida First District Court of Appeal has reversed the suspension of UF's chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity, citing that UF lacked adequate evidence to justify the punishment.
A recent UF graduate has been crowned Miss North Carolina USA, earning her a shot at the Miss USA pageant title.
Carmen "Cita" Peterson had a passion to explore. When she arrived on campus in 2006, she wanted to see it all: the campus landmarks, the city hot spots, the local charm.
In light of the country's economic troubles and the controversial war in Iraq, many students are seeking answers from an increasingly popular department: philosophy.
Decked in their drag-queen best, local amateurs and professionals shook their stuff Monday night for a crowd of about 100 in honor of Pride Awareness Month.
Those responsible for maintaining UF's campus, including groundskeepers and irrigation workers, got a taste of appreciation Friday from a UF organization.
UF's College of Pharmacy made it to the top 10 in this year's ranking of pharmacy programs nationwide in U.S. News & World Report.
Several of UF's graduate programs have moved up in this year's U.S. News and World Report rankings, but deans of those colleges said looming budget cuts could hurt next year's standings.
Student poets took the stage Friday night to share their innermost feelings before a crowd of about 50 people at Freestyle Fridays: Hip Hop/Poetry Slam.
All but four courses in UF's sport and fitness program are being snuffed out next fall, and many graduate students who teach the classes will have to find other means of paying tuition next semester.
Students looking for a creative outlet may find it through rhyme at tonight's Freestyle Fridays: Hip Hop/Poetry Slam hosted by UF's Institute of Black Culture, the Hip-Hop Collective and Poets Inc.
University leaders came together to honor a UF mathematics professor Thursday for winning an award deemed the "Nobel Prize of mathematics."
A UF fraternity that was suspended in 2006 until 2011 challenged its charges on Tuesday before a Tallahassee appeals court.