From grievances over $80 cheese and crackers to a $225,000 cut from the student organization budget, students didn’t hold back their frustration with UF's current funding model at the Student Organization Funding Review Ad Hoc Committee’s first public forum Wednesday.
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The first UF Student Government Senate meeting of the semester was only a 21-minute affair.
UF students may soon be able to vote on whether to establish a remote, online voting method for Student Government elections as two senators prepare to resubmit the bill.
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Dennis Walton Jr., a 29-year-old local musician who goes by Azazus, began watching anime in middle school to escape the tribulations of his low-income upbringing in Alabama. The underdog archetype commonly portrayed in anime inspired him to power through his struggles.
In a society that shames plus-size people into hiding and hating their bodies, Shoog McDaniel is rewriting the narrative by showcasing their figures through nude photography.
What better way to escape the chaotic start of a new semester than by spending hours exploring the crowded shelves of a cozy bookstore?
What started as three brothers making home videos became a sketch-comedy YouTube Channel. Now, it’s a media production company pitching its first sitcom.
With the strum of his guitar, the room went silent. Not one person ordered a drink from the bar. Audience members stood still, tears filling their eyes.
When 22-year-old UF computer science graduate Nicholas Verdugo exits a Gainesville bar at 1 a.m., all he can think about is which restaurant he’ll go to next to satisfy his late-night cravings.
Gainesville artists and organizations are working to uplift people of color, queer and female voices in the local music scene.
Walking through the doors of the How Bazar felt like stepping inside a glistening amethyst crystal Thursday night.
Illuminated by strobes of neon lights, a swaying crowd fixates their eyes on the dance floor. A spotlight shines as a performer dressed head-to-toe in sparkles struts through the crowd. The first verse of “Break Free” by Ariana Grande begins to blare through the club’s speakers causing the audience to cheer with excitement.
Images of once-tall buildings and busy streets Iryna Kanishcheva used to walk in Lviv, Ukraine, are now billows of smoke and ashes on her television screen.
What was once one coffee cart inside of Alachua General Hospital is now one of Gainesville’s most beloved coffee companies.