UF President Kent Fuchs talked about his plans to steer the university away from virtual classrooms next semester — from behind a Zoom screen.
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Cristina Negraru chose to live within walking distance from the Ben Hill Griffin Stadium because she was hoping to attend football games. More than a month into her first semester, she doesn’t see that happening.
More than 200,000 Americans are dead and the U.S. president is in the hospital with COVID-19, but UF students partied on.
I’m exactly one year and one day older than Kaash Paige. This seems important somehow. Maybe it’s because when you’re young, musicians and artists are the ones in the real world, much older than you, with life experiences you try your best to relate to. No one tells you this next part will happen, but then, as you transition from your teens into your twenties, instead of being windows into experiences you’ve never lived, some artists become mirrors that look back at the journey you’ve taken.
The Hippodrome State Theatre is set to put on a special one-night reading of “Facing Our Truth: Ten Minute Plays On Trayvon, Race And Privilege.” The show will take place via Zoom at 7 p.m. Tuesday.
History never stops, and neither does Matheson History Museum.
In 2011, when 53-year-old Gainesville artist Tom Miller set out on a performance in which he’d ascend through academia, earn the title of professor of theatre, then quit, he didn’t foresee several things that ended up happening.
Like many people looking to generate a little income on the side, Gainesville resident Cory Powell signed up in February to be a delivery driver for local company 352 Delivery.
The march began at UF.
The Art Festival at Thornebrook was where things changed.
After a shortened spring semester, students at UF are missing many different things about their school.
No other food is quite as American as the burger. With a golden wheat bun and savory meat patty, the hamburger sneaks its way into every family gathering (even Meemaw’s funeral) and late-night munchies run. Thus, it represents the freedom to eat and the freedom to copy the same product over and over until it's been done all the way to hell; who says you can’t put gold speckles on a slab of meat?
Music has always been a pillar in Marison Siqueira’s life.
Think back to the last time you met someone new.
Craig Pittman is full of stories.