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Hasan Minhaj said he was fired from just about every job he’s had.
It only took 12 days for a UF conservative student organization’s banner reading “Come and take it” to be vandalized.
UF President Kent Fuchs welcomed a crowd of more than 150 people, including Gainesville Mayor Lauren Poe, to Smathers Library on Friday.
An Independent Florida Alligator sports writer, a World War II veteran and a public relations agency entrepreneur.
Students ready to register for classes early Tuesday morning were met with technical difficulties.
Joel Buchanan’s voice flooded students ears as he discussed the hardships of segregation on Thursday.
Maria Dominguez always thanks her bus driver.
More than 50 percent of students are white in every UF college besides one.
UF raising millions in a day not only broke records, but it allowed for scholarships and lower funded programs to receive a new form of funding.
There’s always the traditional route: getting accepted into UF and spending four years in Gainesville as an undergraduate student.
A $30 banner resembling a brick wall reading “BUILD THE WALL!” was hung above Plaza of the Americas on Monday night.
More than 10,000 students voted in the election
Cartoon inflatables, free printing and a video from UF President Kent Fuchs. All that was necessary to get 239 more students to vote on the first day of elections than last year.
UF researchers can now assess and treat a patient’s condition faster than ever before with advanced artificial intelligence technology.
Valerie Castaneda carefully wrote her signature in Sharpie on the final beam of the La Casita structure.
An Army veteran, lawyer, astronaut and politician.
A round of applause erupted in Simon Lopez’s chemistry class when he walked into the room on Monday.
It’s been nearly a year since the Valentine’s Day Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting. UF students who are alumni of the Parkland school plan to honor those who were killed.
Four UF students stood on the Plaza of the Americas Wednesday to carefully wrap pink, blue and purple scarves around the heads of others.