For two nights, UF sophomore Peter Nguyen slept in his bed in a small, four-bedroom apartment while seven other people slept on any available surface.
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Hurricane Michael may be a Category 3 storm when it makes landfall in Florida late Wednesday or early Thursday, meteorologists predict.
Hunched over her bed, still exhausted from labor, Javiera Rudolph graded papers at 2 a.m. awaiting her newborn to wake up again at any minute.
Inspire Senator Zachariah Chou didn’t stutter as he crossed the floor to the Senate podium.
Low-income residents won’t have to fork out a penny to run a 5K.
Tears filled Zarella Berrocal’s eyes Wednesday night, even though she won her District D Senate seat.
UF students were in the presence of royalty Tuesday night.
Editor's note: This story was corrected to reflect Stansly was not in the Peace Corp. A change was also made to reflect he earned his nickname “psyllid slayer" two years ago while working to combat citrus greening in Florida.
Students can soon study overnight again at Library West after UF Student Government voted to fund the extra hours.
Ryan Hinterleiter thought his stomach pains were just symptoms of appendicitis.
On Saturday, 366 students will march to the beat of Aretha Franklin’s “Respect.” The UF marching band’s show honoring Franklin is the third performance of the season rehearsed with a new mobile app for learning drills.
The first thing Merrillee Malwitz-Jipson did after applying to run as a Florida state representative was meet with gun shop owners.
A tree stood for 250 years, covered in gnarly vines and dripping in moss.
For the last two years, Young the Giant’s “Amerika” has woken Joelle Dorset up every morning.
As Iryna Kanishcheva walked downtown the past three years, she would fantasize about a mural big enough to fill a blank 33-foot-tall wall.
You can legally do dabs at Swamp City Gallery Lounge. Here’s what the grand opening weekend was like.
Using a 7,000-degree flame, Chris Hubbard spent his 37th birthday blowing a custom glass art piece for Swamp City Gallery Lounge’s grand opening weekend.
Florida Governor candidate Philip Levine paraded down UF’s Plaza of the Americas on the first day of classes and punched his fist into the air as his campaign team shouted through a bullhorn.
In hopes of boosting its ranking from a top-10 public university into the top 5, UF hired nearly 230 professors and lecturers this Fall.
Onyekwere P. Ozuzu thought she would become a lawyer.
Gainesville Regional Utilities rates will increase by just over 2 percent this October.