This semester, UF’s Senate continues a trend of passing fewer legislation compared to previous years.
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Just five days after leg surgery, Olympic skier and venture capitalist Lindsey Vonn spoke to a crowd of about 40 students spaced between pews of the University Auditorium.
UF no longer expects or encourages wearing masks on campus.
Student government opened the ability for student organizations to submit requests for operational, event and travel funding Monday morning. Less than an hour later, an overflow of people on the website caused it to shut down.
Student Government’s Gator Party widened its supermajority last UF Senate meeting, grabbing one more seat in a tiebreaker and filling one of two open member-at-large positions.
UF’s Transportation and Parking Services will convert 40 parking spots in Norman parking garage from student to faculty parking. Student Government leaders protest.
Students enjoyed their first Spring Break since March 2020 exploring Florida, traveling out of state and visiting hometowns. As this year’s Spring Break commences, so does yet another unexpected global conflict.
Howie Mandel filled the O’Connell Center with laughs in an event for UF students Monday evening. The comedian, America’s Got Talent Judge, Deal or No Deal game show host and personality spoke to a crowd of a few hundred students.
The number of ballots cast on the first day of voting for the UF Student Government Spring Election increased by about 4.75 times since last Spring’s election.
On Tuesday and Wednesday, students can elect 50 Senators and the Student Body President, Vice President and Treasurer, at eight polling locations across campus.
The executive tickets for the Gator and Change parties had an hour-long debate Tuesday.
The Gator Party announced its 17-point platform Monday, a week before Student Government’s Spring elections.
Students can vote for 50 Senators, the Student Body president, vice president and treasurer in eight polling locations across campus on Feb. 22 and Feb. 23. Here are the candidates representing the executive tickets for the Gator and Change Parties:
Students can cast their votes at eight polling locations, including a new law college option, in the Spring UF Student Government Elections.
Thousands poured into the O’Connell Center to see hip-hop artist Roddy Ricch and opening act Joy Oladokun Tuesday evening.
UF Student Government elections are fast approaching, and some parties are releasing their platforms for the semester.
Student Government Productions paid Roddy Ricch $350,000 for his concert, which is now open to the public
UF Student Government paid Roddy Ricch $350,000 for his concert with Joy Oladokun Feb. 8.
Change Party has publicly announced its all-Black, queer femme executive ticket for Student Government’s spring elections.
UF Student Government is trying to establish a new UF tradition: a college prom night.
Two Student Government parties announced their candidates for executive positions three weeks before elections start.