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The Harn Museum of Art is not much older than most of UF’s students.
People around the world can watch Gainesville local Mac Stone talk about preserving the Everglades on the Philips Center for the Performing Arts stage.
Vinayak Ganesh said the day he left Mumbai, India, was one of the saddest of his life.
Brian Jose wasn’t always expressing his creativity.
Florida registered nurses will soon be able to further their careers through UF — from their homes.
Janelle Roberts posed for a picture with George Smathers Friday.
Latino artists will fill the Phillips Center for the Performing Arts with diverse beats and rhythms this October.
Near the steps of Griffin-Floyd Hall, there’s a sign.
The Florida Surgeon General and Secretary of Health Dr. John Armstrong spoke at the UF Health Pediatrics Gerold L. Schiebler Children’s Medical Services Center on Thursday to celebrate something he called nothing short of remarkable.
Students in the College of Health and Human Performance will soon have a new space to perform research, take classes and study.
After getting up-close and personal with cockroaches, termites, fleas and other household pests for 40 years, UF entomology professor Philip Koehler is being granted the biggest honor in the pest management industry.
After about an hour of business decisions at Friday’s Board of Trustees retreat, chairman Steven Scott congratulated UF President Kent Fuchs on a move he said was moral.
UF freshmen don’t need to leave their dorm rooms to get advice: There’s an app for that.
Research on new technology for prosthetics, eliminating citrus greening and curing hepatitis C is in the works thanks to the record amount of research funding UF received in the 2015 fiscal year.
UF Online students will have another major to choose from come Fall 2016.
Students trying to access their UF webmail accounts from the Outlook mobile app will receive an email saying their access has been denied.
Admiring a sunrise splashed across the Oklahoma sky is the last thing Bridget Anderson remembers before she nearly died.
Throughout the week, students have been invited to catch a behind-the-scenes look into the lives of well-known faculty and students, and today, UF President Kent Fuchs will take hold of the account.
The first GatorNights of the semester kicks off Friday with a performance by one of television’s up-and-coming comedians.