Sustainable UF’s new solar-powered Sustainability Hut shined at its debut on Turlington Plaza on Tuesday.
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Ten-foot tall posters displaying creationist beliefs stirred up controversy on the Plaza of the Americas on Monday and left many students arguing.
Last week, UF students were given the choice to opt in to a new email service and a host of new technology.
Students passing through Turlington Plaza on Wednesday might have been alarmed to see begging students inside a giant cage, but don’t worry — it was for the kids.
UF is No. 1 in the nation for bone marrow donor registration.
The P. K. Yonge Developmental Research School program for the performing arts has recently taken some of its drama off-stage.
UF has begun to create a dedicated bias response team following the recent Alpha Tau Omega incident that caused UF President Bernie Machen to send a letter condemning the actions of a brother.
Gator Innovators swarmed the Plaza of the Americas during the Entrepreneurs Raid the Plaza event held Wednesday.
Footprints Buddy and Support Program, a pediatric cancer volunteer organization, in partnership with the Gift of Life Bone Marrow Foundation may break a record for the amount of bone marrow donors swabbed this week.
A truck arrived on the Plaza of the Americas on Monday offering to pay students $1 to watch a four-minute video for animal rights.
In an email sent to all UF sororities and fraternities Monday, UF President Bernie Machen condemned the behavior of an Alpha Tau Omega (ΑΤΩ) brother who shouted racial and sexist slurs at a black woman on Sept. 26.
Swamp Records is here to play.
’90s kids, get ready — Bill Nye the Science Guy is coming to Gainesville. Accent Speaker’s Bureau paid the renowned educational television star $40,000 to speak at the Phillips Center for the Performing Arts on Nov. 21.
An article by Thrillist.com recently honored popular drunk eateries at the top party schools in the nation, and Gainesville’s Relish made the cut.
A Texas magic act left UF students gasping, laughing and praying.
Noam Chomsky, a prominent political activist and respected Massachusetts Institute of Technology linguistics professor, was met with a standing ovation both before and after his speech Tuesday night.
UF students looking to understand their peers may want to put down their smartphones and pick up Dostoevsky.
Chomsky is coming.
Local supporters of medical marijuana in Florida want the ban on the substance to go up in smoke, and the movement may be coming closer to UF soon.
Taco Tuesday might look a little bit different this month.