People are usually surprised when Marcus Knox tells them what he wants to do when he graduates. The 20-year-old UF elementary education sophomore is studying to be a middle school teacher.
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After Joanna Galaris caught the eye of a UF law student at Karma Cream, he began to talk to her.
Four years ago, Aisha Robinson woke up with a purple nose. She said the doctor told her he’d only ever seen a nose that purple inside one of his textbooks.
As part of Peeps’ 60th anniversary, the candy company is inviting people to play a role in its first TV ad in more than 10 years.
When Suhaib Harraka stepped off the airplane in the United States from Syria, he saw complete darkness.
“Dad, you’ll be paying to support me for the next 20 years” and “Honestly, Mom … chances are he won’t stay with you. What happens to me?” are just a few of the controversial ads featured in New York City that have garnered negative attention from Planned Parenthood locations across the country, including the one in North Florida.
The living dead is back with a vengeance and a 140-character limit.
David Denslow didn’t think much about President Barack Obama’s State of the Union proposal to raise the federal minimum wage to $9.
Twenty-one-year-old Ryan DeJesus’ dream job is to design unmanned aerial vehicles.