UF students have felt the effects of the government shutdown on a personal scale.
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A Florida non-profit raised $55,000 to help local police departments and first responders.
The UF Chief Diversity Officer wants students to listen up about diversity and inclusion.
A sea of more than 2,500 fuschia flags covered Plaza of the Americas from dawn to dusk Tuesday.
John Kasich said he’s not running for president again.
Edward Jimenez decided to pursue a career in health care management to help find a cure for his father’s Parkinson’s disease.
Over half of the UF class of 2021 pharmacy students will face a disciplinary council after allegations that they cheated on an assessment.
A UF therapy group exclusively for men of color is looking to challenge how mental illness is stigmatized in African American communities.
A lawsuit has been filed against the UF Board of Trustees over claims that the university is denying free speech to conservative students.
St. Patrick Catholic Church members gathered to pray and ring a bell in support of ending the death penalty in Florida.
Older generations often criticize college students for whining about diversity.
A screen lit up with an image of waves crashing Tuesday night in Pugh Hall.
The King of Blues, B.B. King, serenaded a Gainesville hotspot in the 1940s.
Verisha Afzal smiled from ear to ear as she served hot meals to people she had never met before Sunday afternoon.
Melina Farley-Barratt wore a Wonder Woman costume and waved a transgender pride flag in front of Hobby Lobby Tuesday afternoon.
Princesses, witches and superheroes grabbed their parents’ hands and rushed to see Frick and Frack.
Past studies may have overstated how often people use online shopping recommendations, a UF researcher has found.
Soon, students may no longer have to bring pencils to the LSAT testing room.
When Martha Peterson Shogi arrived in Moscow in early November 1975, she felt more than the cold and snow around her. She felt like people were watching her.