Mercedes Quiroga busily verified people as they arrived at the High Springs Civic Center to cast their vote during the governor election in 2018. Two years later, Quiroga is 66 and reluctant to work as a poll worker for the 2020 election.
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Before Michael Dolce sent his daughter to college, he sat her down and showed her the number of recorded sexual assault cases on her soon-to-be campus. She thought the numbers were relatively low.
Transgender students who do not use their legal names will be able to change the way it appears on Canvas this Spring.
English-speaking children in U.S. hospitals may take Harry Potter and National Geographic Kids for granted. But for Spanish-speaking patients at UF Health Shands Hospital, a book in their native language is hard to come by.
In her three years as an engineering student, Lauren Wonicker-Cook barely had female professors.
They are known as “ghost passengers.”
‘I want our students’ cultural experience to be top 7 as well’: Students discuss culture over coffee
Students of all cultures are united by one thing: coffee.
Gainesville residents will soon put their best guesses forward during a live show of “The Price is Right.”
Schuyler Bailar thought he lost his Harvard acceptance before he even started college.
Between seemingly impossible frisbee trick shots, beating cancer and paragliding down a 7,000 foot tall mountain, Brodie Smith and Kurt Gibson know all about beating the odds.
Shailene Woodley and UF researchers saw sperm whales, a single flip-flop and thousands of microplastics in the middle of the ocean.
Ketchup, salads and salsa all require a good-tasting tomato.
Students don’t have to wait for hours in the sun outside Ben Hill Griffin Stadium for football tickets anymore. There’s an app for that.
Anna Volentics is never without an invitation to Thanksgiving dinners.
The Alachua County Commission passed a motion Tuesday to hire a new rural services deputy and possibly purchase a new airboat on Tuesday.
The Gainesville Regional Airport will rise to new heights with an expansion project on the horizon.
During Deputy Esau Bright’s demonstration with his two-and-a-half-year-old K-9, Deacon, students asked a question that he said he always receives: “Can we pet him?”
Florida is in the midst of hurricane season, but this app will leave Alachua County prepared for even the worst of storms.
The Gainesville Housing & Community Development Division (HCD) held a community meeting on Monday evening at the Thelma Boltin Center, 516 NE 2nd Ave., to review the Proposed Annual Action Plan.
Rows were dotted with dozens of people wearing purple T-shirts, sweaters and bowties in solidarity at Tuesday’s Alachua County Commission meeting.