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State Sen. Keith Perry (District 8, Republican) said he will make it his job to bring early voting locations to colleges and universities as he and other local politicians debated how to get college students to vote early.
After accidentally sending Alachua County an incorrect payment for Richard Spencer’s event, UF has reimbursed the county with a $67,461.11 check.
Julia Tiplea knows grief.
Dan Mullen could only afford one bottle of Gatorade a week during his first coaching job.
Dozens of anonymous people told the same story.
Gainesville Regional Utilities said a power outage that initially affected nearly1,500 people has been mostly resolved.
UF is asking Alachua County to give back the money the university sent for Richard Spencer’s speaking costs after it was charged on Jan. 10.
When the knock on her door came, Avnee Mistry was prepared.
More than a dozen students showed up at Tuesday’s senate meeting to speak against Student Government’s initial decision to deny funding for free menstrual products on campus.
Janine Sikes, the assistant Vice President of public Affairs, resigned from her position Tuesday morning, according to an email from a UF official.
After a disciplinary hearing in December, UF’s chapter of Tau Epsilon Phi was suspended for about four years.
Despite his inexperience driving a golf cart, UF President Kent Fuchs happily chauffeured dozens of students around campus Monday morning in his Gator-themed ride.
Hannah Bauerlein can’t count how many times she has stopped by the Reitz Union Starbucks.
About 15 years ago, nursing student Michael Bumbach put on his scrubs, washed his hands and walked into an open-brain surgery performed by a doctor — another man.
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A bill mandating Student Government social media accounts to make a social media post announcing elections passed through the SG Judiciary Committee on Sunday.
For the Alachua County Labor Coalition, getting payment for hourly UF employees doesn’t begin or end with Hurricane Irma.
With a paint-covered smock tied around her waist and a floppy hat sitting on her head, Julia Morrisroe ducked beneath a tarp and painted circles on a new campus mural.
Note: In January, the State of Florida failed to file charges against Yeung because of insufficient evidence.