The Gators got everything they could have hoped for from Liam Peterson in his collegiate debut.
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The Florida women’s 200-yard medley relay team consisting of junior Aris Runnels, junior Micayla Cronk, freshman Molly Mayne and junior Olivia Peoples earned the first gold of the day, finishing in one minute, 34.25 seconds, scoring the second-best time in program history.
Senior Maisie Filler, the No.2 ranked golfer in the country, could see her individual victory slipping away as she recorded back-to-back bogeys to end the front nine during the third and final round of the Moon Golf Invitational.
Florida baseball head coach Kevin O’Sullivan is never one to back down from a challenge. In fact, he embraces them.
Newberry Education First initiative wants to convert Newberry public schools into charter schools beginning in the 2025-2026 school year.
Coming into the Gators softball contest Tuesday, the Florida pitching staff had a combined ERA of 0.37. In eight games, the staff had given up just three earned runs across 57 innings.
Freshman Conor Gesing has dazzled in his debut season. He placed first in the men’s 1-meter against Miami, Virginia, and Georgia. He also placed first in the men’s 1m at the Tennessee Invite.
The Florida Gators men's tennis team (4-4) handed the UCF Knights (7-1) their first loss of the season with a 6-1 victory in an emotional in-state rivalry match, Monday afternoon. After taking the doubles point, the Gators fed off the momentum and energy from the crowd to defeat the Knights for the 19th straight time since January 2001.
Gainesville’s local art scene is home to a diverse array of fashion designers, musicians, writers and artists. An important component of its culture is the Black creatives that have paved the way for many following in their tracks.
Florida track and field athlete Sam Austin stands at the line, shakes his left hand twice and takes a deep breath. The 800-meter run is about to start. The gun fires and Austin takes off, careful to keep a good pace out of the gate.
If there’s one thing for certain about Jordan Burchel, he’s committed to the bit.
Amanda Goldsmith was only 17 when she was shot by a man she refused to date. Twenty-three years later, she is a volunteer with Moms Demand Action and uses her experience to educate the Gainesville community.
El equipo Bateman de la UF CommuniGATORS de el colegio de Periodismo y Comunicaciones [College of Journalism and Communications] organizó un panel de discusión el 13 de feb. para su campaña 'aceptar el guión', en colaboración con la revista Culturs.
When Inés Archer first stepped on UF’s campus, she felt what most college freshmen feel upon arrival: fear, excitement and confusion. Not only was she an international student, she was also about to join a women’s golf team full of upperclassmen and experienced players she barely knew.
Rebecca Nyros has attended the Hoggetowne Medieval Faire on and off since her daughter began middle school in 2014.
No matter the weather, Alachua County residents can be seen on bright-blue courts in town with tennis shoes laced up, a paddle in one hand and a bright-yellow, plastic ball in the other. On the court, competition can be fierce. Off the court, the community is welcoming.
The UF CommuniGATORS Bateman Team from the College of Journalism and Communications organized a speaker panel Feb. 13 for its campaign ‘Embrace the Hyphen,’ in collaboration with Culturs Magazine.
From the day it was created, Black History Month has been tied to historically Black fraternities and sororities. Carter G. Woodson, a 19th-century scholar who is credited as the founder of Black History Month, was a brother of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity.
Lakesha Butler has worked at UF for just a year and a half. But she’s been tackling Gainesville health disparities since her first day on the job.
On their farm in Alachua, Anne Shermyen and John Shermyen have acres of cow pasture, woodland trails for horseback riding and a big vegetable garden. When they reached retirement age, the Shermyens began to consider what would happen to their 85-acre property in the future.