More than 40 years ago, Gary Wade, a citizen of South Carolina’s indigenous Catawba Nation, sat down for an interview as part of a project to gather oral histories for UF.
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Mahian Chowbhury joins billions of Muslims around the world to fast for a month each year in observance of Ramadan as a way to focus on humility, religion and self-control.
Despite aching legs and feet after standing for 13 hours and six minutes straight — or 13.1 hours, a nod to the length of a half-marathon — Brooke Peck knew she had to see the challenge through to the end.
Elisabeth Eder set out to create a space for her community, clipboard in hand.
In September 1925, Lassie Goodbread-Black stood patiently behind a block-long line of boys waiting to register for Fall classes at UF. But when she finally made her way to the registrar, he refused to help her.
UF students may receive up to $1,000 in emergency financial aid to help with COVID-19 pandemic-related expenses.
Nearly a year after the COVID-19 pandemic spread to UF and caused a campus shutdown, students are still grappling with the challenges of the last year and ongoing restrictions.
Hundreds of UF students had plans to travel around the world this Summer. But due to ongoing COVID-19 restrictions, their plans have been postponed or canceled.
Here are the Spring 2021 Student Government Executive Election candidates. Students can chose from three parties -- the Change Party, the Gator Party and the Keg Party -- on Feb. 23 and 24.
Before concluding the hour-long debate, the three parties had called each other names, questioned the others’ motives and addressed hot topic issues like traffic safety, budget management and diversity on campus.
A month after Kailey Kiss’ Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority sister, Maggie Paxton, died in a hit-and-run on West University Avenue, she witnessed the crash that killed UF first-year Sophia Lambert on the same stretch of road.
UF students received an email alerting them to a new assignment. But it wasn’t classwork from any of their professors.
Charles Kibert was always in command of his classroom.
With another semester of Zoom fatigue and pandemic paranoia looming over their heads, students and faculty fear they won’t have enough time to recharge their academic batteries in a term with only one official day off.
Traducido por Valeria Pagnani
Between lesson plans, new technology and added pressure from UF students and administrators, instructors are stretched thin.
Evan Smith is taking three in-person classes this semester. Although he’s been taking classes at UF since Summer 2020, this will be the 18-year-old UF political science freshman’s first time listening to his professors’ lecture from within the same rooms.
Translated by Sofia Echeverry
Florida relaja las restricciones de visita en las prisiones para permitir a familias no inmediatas y amigos
This story was translated by Sofia Echeverry
Translated by Sofia Echeverry