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Fewer women’s restrooms in UF STEM buildings lead some women to question whether they belong in a male-dominated field.
Santa Fe College still plans for a precautionary spring graduation ceremony even after lifting all COVID-19 protocols
Santa Fe College upholds its plans to host a limited-capacity graduation ceremony in April despite lifting all COVID-19 restrictions.
Former Gator quarterback Tim Tebow will return to The Swamp this Spring to address the 2022 graduating class in a commencement speech.
When Santa Fe President Paul Broadie came into office in Feb. 2020, he promised for his first 100 days he would do nothing but listen.
A tractor trailer T-boned a bus Friday morning at a Lafayette County intersection, sending seven victims to UF Health Shands Hospital.
The UF Police Department issued a warrant Wednesday for a man who used a cell phone to record a student in a Murphree Hall shower.
Santa Fe College reported 54 positive COVID-19 cases from students and employees from Feb 8. to Monday.
Santa Fe College is launching a new STEM-focused charter school at the college’s northwest campus in Fall 2023.
Santa Fe reported 99 COVID-19 cases from students and employees from Jan. 31 to Monday.
Santa Fe College students and employees can get $60 for their COVID-19 vaccinations as of Jan. 28.
After one and a half years of construction, Santa Fe will open the doors of its campus expansion into downtown Gainesville by the end of the semester.
Four teams, four shiny new facilities.
The Santa Fe Art Gallery made its grand re-opening Friday night after nearly two years of being closed, attracting more than just inspired young artists.
Santa Fe College reported 195 positive COVID-19 cases from students and employees from Jan. 11 to Monday.
Santa Fe College reported 163 positive COVID-19 cases from students and employees from Jan. 3 to Monday. This is the first week the college has tracked cases since the return of students, staff and faculty from winter break, according to Santa Fe’s communication manager Jay Anderson.