The first Student Senate meeting of the summer was short and to the point.
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While the Seminoles are enjoying a rare snow day and canceled classes, Gators will be slogging through possible freezing rain and sleet.
The Career Resource Center is ready to help students with their resumes, outfits and even their selfies.
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Students gathered for a brief candlelight vigil at about 8:30 p.m. Monday on campus to commemorate those lost and affected by the Philippine Typhoon Haiyan.
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When about 1,800 Gators walked into the Phillips Center for the Performing Arts on Thursday, they had no idea they would be getting a show from both Bill Nye and Neil DeGrasse Tyson.
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UF students kicked off De-Stress Fest in West by taking a rest.
Before Tuesday’s Senate meeting, Student Body President Christina Bonarrigo welcomed the crowd at the 2013 State of the Campus address and praised accomplishments contributing to UF’s mission to become a top-10 university.