President Bernie Machen is leaving behind an 11-year legacy that has expanded the university and set UF on the path to preeminence.
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Three UF students are taking a stand on mental illness by creating a nonprofit called Stronger than Stigma.
The hunt for a new dean for the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences’ has kicked off, taking the search nationwide.
Children kept in hospital isolation will soon have a program to help them stay socially active.
Two young boys decided if their grandmother could survive cancer, then their pets could too.
Two UF students experienced anti-Semitism prior to last week’s attacks on a Jerusalem synagogue.
The small desk on the Plaza of the Americas was stacked with canned vegetables, boxes of crackers and drinks that will go toward feeding graduate assistants and their families.
UF faculty and students will travel across eight countries as part of a project to empower female farmers.
One year after the introduction of Florida’s most powerful supercomputer, UF researchers are asking the university for a second one.
What happened in Key West didn’t stay in Key West for one sea turtle now recovering from a herpes-like virus.
President-elect Kent Fuchs will earn twice as much as Florida State University President-elect John Thrasher.
UF will have two forums dedicated to educating students on police and community relations as well as this week’s midterm elections.
Following a major win against the University of Georgia Bulldogs, UF can also be proud of an increase in admission applications.
When Beth Thompson walked through the Plaza of the Americas, she attracted stares.
UF was ranked among the top 100 universities in the world by U.S. News and World Report, paving the way for the university’s preeminence plan.
Playing the game comes with more than just the score. For athletes, it can come with a lifetime of repercussions.
Students experiencing difficulty with XpressConnect and their Apple or Android devices should look no further than UF’s Computing Help Desk for assistance.
Construction on the new undergraduate entrepreneurship building, Infinity Hall, has kicked off.
UF researchers are using stem cells on dogs in an attempt to cure them of arthritis.