Love wrapped around her name. The yellow and white painted letters were scattered across the wall, surrounding the purple outline of a heart. Inside, love was written sideways, upside down, backwards and across, encompassing her name painted in white: Breonna Taylor.
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In a museum on East University Avenue, a donation box sits empty.
Despite significant decreases in the number of pickups at the UF Hitchcock Field and Fork Pantry, the foodservice continues to operate during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Editor's Note: If you think you might have COVID-19, contact the Alachua County Health Department at (352) 334-7900 or the Student Health Care Center at (352) 392-1161.
New leadership calls for new change. And with the general election coming up, UF students expect a drastic one from the winning candidate.
Thomas Rosilio said he felt like his voice couldn’t be heard as an independent in a closed primary state.
Coronavirus may have disrupted classes and events, but it hasn’t stopped Gainesville residents from voting early.
Dr. William Lile welcomes new lives into the world for a living, and he wants UF students to know that he intends to keep it that way.
Lucky’s Market is officially being sold to Southeastern Grocers, according to a press release from Lucky’s Market.
A UF master’s student has co-founded a Twitter-trending LGBTQ+ campaign in response to a Supreme Court case.
Santa Fe College’s president retires on Friday, but his name isn’t leaving campus anytime soon.
After a five-month search, Alachua County now has an official live-in poet.
In December, Donald Trump signed a bill that raised the national age requirement for buying tobacco and electronic cigarette products to 21.
More than an hour of discussion was not enough time to talk about what survivors wanted to say.
The United States doesn’t require its citizens to have health insurance. However, UF requires their students to have health insurance, and with the additional cost of housing, food, tuition and other necessities, an increasing number of students are drowning in debt.
As part of the 150th anniversary of Gainesville, the city hosted an event with blaring music, wall art and skateboards.
The UF Small Animal Hospital never encountered a reptile with allergies — until Nancy was brought in.