Rock band circa 1970. Taken by Marty Jourard in the parking lot of Lipham Music, the main music store of Gainesville.
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Eli Silverman (left) and Max Rappoport (right) stand together at the Nose Bowl, which is a flag football game between TEP and Pi Lam.
Besides the natural springs, visitors can explore several local restaurants at High Springs' main street.
Models pose together during a Museum Days event held at the Harn Museum of Art in April 2023.
Willie Jackson Jr. on the sidelines for the Orlando Apollos. Jackson was named the head coach of P.K. Yonge's football team May 8.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis speaks at a political roundtable, Friday, May 19, 2023, in Bedford, N.H. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty)
Johnny Nguyen, an artist, is seen at the How Bazar’s Art Walk at First Magnitude Brewing Company on Friday, Feb. 24, 2023.
UF religion professor Vasudha Narayanan takes photos during her research work in Cambodia.
The U.S. Physics Olympiad, or USAPhO, is a high school physics competition that started in 1986 in which students are tested on the mechanics and applications of physics concepts.
Mayor-elect Harvey Ward was the only Florida mayor to attend White House trainings Friday, Dec. 18.
Emad Nasif, a 21-year-old Gainesville Twitch streamer, sits in front of his gaming set up where he streams his Fortnite plays to up to 1,500 viewers.
Vanderbilt quarterback Ken Seal attempts a pass against Georgia. Photo courtesy Hustler Multimedia/Mattigan Kelly
UF design, construction and planning professor Zhong-Ren Peng has appeared on multiple national and international newspapers and broadcast news companies to share his knowledge on the dangers of coastal living and implications of policy and insurance following the Surfside condo collapse in Miami. Peng, who is also director of UF’s International Center for Adaptation Planning and Design (iAdapt), specializes in research areas like built environment resilience, smart buildings/cities and sustainable technology.
COVID-19 affected everyone in countless ways, and the University of Florida’s College of the Arts experienced its own wave of difficulties because of the pandemic. Like most of the classes offered at UF, the performing arts courses had to switch to an online environment at the end of Spring 2020. As the new school year rolled around, classes started returning to in-person settings, but the traditional atmosphere of learning and performance remained changed.
Maria Blokhina, a 25-year-old UF graphic design graduate student, created Thriftika to encourage fashion consumers to shop ethically through trade.