It’s 6 a.m., and Rooster Roberts is first to rise.
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It started with an episode of “Howdy Doody.”
Rob Zeller didn’t just miss last week’s campaign forums. He missed three days of work and a piece of his son’s first birthday cake.
His steed is brushed.
Mike Antheil has three goals in mind when he comes to Gainesville: solar panels on every rooftop, biomass energy from every farm and renewable energy on every property.
You’re probably not learning as much in college as you should be.
Indiana Jones gets to keep his job.
Next time you read a police story, you probably won’t be hearing much from Lt. Steve Maynard.
A mohawk never stopped Chuck Hurley from working.
Some students are using it for smooth skin.
He ended the day with a video game controller in hand.
If you’re reading this in your dorm, you may want to pack up and head outside.
When Otis Britt announced via Facebook that his restaurant would close at the end of the month, he expected the lamenting wall posts.
2011 might be Steve Raye’s best year.
There is magic in crossroads. In folklore, places where paths meet have been the site of spells, life-and-death decisions and deals with the devil. Historically, they have been places to meet for public debates, announcements, hangings, weddings, wakes and dances.
Few students have seen the murals in the basement of Sledd Hall. Even fewer know the story behind them. One of the original basement dwellers, Richard Maney, husband of the late painter of the murals, talks about the parties he threw below his dorm in the early '70s.
The bells of Century Tower don't play themselves. Here's a look at the students and professors responsible for the campus-wide carols.
A recent report from The Wall Street Journal states that debt from student loans is about $2.5 million more than consumer credit debt. UF financial aid advisers and a student explain where that money is headed and how students can spend it more efficiently.
Yep, it’s that time of year again.