The state continued to build its case against Pedro Bravo, using receipts, security footage and police testimony to construct a timeline of Bravo’s activities leading up to Aguilar’s disappearance and immediately following it.
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The long-awaited trial of Pedro Bravo begins today at 9 a.m.
This Summer’s student senators took on the task of revising the Student Body statutes.
UF students have some new ways to communicate with their Student Body president.
When Stephanie Cruz heard the 2014 lineup for Gator Growl, she screamed.
The Longest Handy Ever didn’t last very long.
UF’s Student Senate passed three pieces of legislation during its Tuesday meeting.
UF’s next president could make more than $1 million a year.
Illegally parking at a friend’s apartment complex “just for a minute” now has an even more expensive consequence.
This week’s brief Senate meeting appointed next year’s Student Supreme Court and Student Honor Code administration.
Everything on the agenda was approved unanimously as a block during Tuesday night’s Student Senate meeting.
UF’s student senate unanimously elected Sen. Kevin Doan for the newest member-at-large position for the replacement and agenda committee during it’s June 3 meeting.
UF has hired 37 professors, who may begin as soon as this Fall, as part of the university’s preeminence drive.
UF is reaping the benefits of Florida’s largest budget in history, which pays for new study spaces, renovations and the university’s preeminence campaign.
Alan Shapiro began his horticultural career cutting grass, and soon, he may be growing it.
RecSports will be busier than ever in the coming year, thanks to an extra $100,000 allocation from UF’s Student Senate.
Almost every replacement Student Senate seat was approved unanimously at Tuesday’s Senate meeting.
In two years, Depot Avenue will have roundabouts, landscaping and decorative lighting. But for now, it’s closed to traffic for construction.
UF’s presidential search committee unanimously confirmed changes to the presidential search criteria at a meeting Monday, mostly strengthening the focus on UF’s preeminence campaign.