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UF community members filled their Twitter timelines with pictures of turkey, mashed potatoes and pumpkin pie to raise money for the Field and Fork Pantry.
Researchers working on UF’s $10 million project want to know if you think the future of Florida is important.
Cliff Preston wasn’t always a baby person. Being the youngest of seven, he didn’t have to cuddle any baby brothers growing up.
Gainesville residents can buy YETI cups, Patagonia jackets and southern-themed clothes in one spot for the first time starting this month.
No matter how hard Chanae Jackson-Baker tries, she cannot connect with her children’s teachers in the Alachua County Public Schools.
Kaylee Rosario studied all weekend before she waited in a line of 10 people Tuesday afternoon.
A top UF administrator will represent the university in a higher education technology association.
The smell of sweat, beer and hot dogs is in the air at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium. So is love.
Despite the robes, suits and religious stoles, thirteen religious leaders weren’t on the steps of City Hall to worship.
Students can sit under a tent and listen to Mary Shelley’s “Frankenstein” read out loud from dusk to dawn Wednesday on the Plaza of the Americas.
Amanda Rivera has been following Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum’s campaign since the primaries and will finally get to hear him speak today.
Scott Costello was tired of reading bad news about Gainesville.
The students in Turlington Plaza with clipboards of voter registration forms accomplished their mission.
Christopher Columbus never had a real connection to anyone in the United States, Adam Recvlohe said. But indigenous people do.
Diane McFarlin said the world is suffering from a crisis of trust.
After almost a year of construction, Gainesville will soon celebrate the renovations at Hogtown Creek Headwaters Nature Park.
After years of discord from UF Other Personnel Services workers, the university is working to address the issue but not in a way that guarantees their jobs.
Tequila McKnight took a deep breath, let out a slow exhale and looked out at the crowd of about 100 people filling every seat in the room at the Hippodrome State Theatre.
A former UF chief of the forensic psychiatry division filed a lawsuit against the UF Board of Trustees alleging retaliation after reporting sexual harassment from one of his bosses.