A Florida judge’s decision to temporarily block parts of House Bill 7, also known as the Stop W.O.K.E. Act, Nov. 17 has UF students and faculty once again reflecting on the future of academic freedom.
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UF’s Office of Business Affairs announced in an email that a section of Museum Road — from McCarty Drive and Center Drive to Newell Drive — will officially reopen Monday.
This winter, UF will test whether corn can grow in The Swamp.
The faint smell of Palm & Pine Catering’s fresh cantina tacos and lively mariachi music wafted through the air. Thirty tables decorated with marigolds and Mexican candy filled the Reitz Grand Ballroom as students of all backgrounds filled the room to honor Día de los Muertos or Day of the Dead.
The UF admissions department released a statement online Tuesday afternoon extending the freshman application deadline to Nov. 7, as opposed to the traditional Nov. 1 deadline.
Some UF alumni threaten to pull donations, others praise university after Ben Sasse finalist decision
After UF announced its sole presidential finalist Sen. Ben Sasse, the university will no longer receive donations from decades-loyal alumnus Stan Larson.
Overlooking an elaborate building model, the faint sound of bagpipes filled the air as students, faculty and alumni chattered with excitement for the start of another UF facility construction project.
On Monday at approximately 8 p.m., UF announced a plan of action for Hurricane Ian — nearly seven hours after FSU and a full day after USF.
Though the Nordic countryside was 5,322 miles from his hometown of San Cristobal, Venezuela, then-17-year-old José Cabrera Benavides embarked on a two-year adventure to further his education.
Gator Party called on a Change Party candidate to withdraw from his race in the upcoming Fall Student Government election Wednesday.
Being stuck in the emergency room was not how 20-year-old UF psychology junior Avery Dodge imagined spending an average Wednesday night last year.
Jeffrey Adler, a UF history professor, is somewhat of an expert in uncomfortable conversations — conversations that could be outlawed under a new state law.