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Graduate students lined the steps of Tigert Hall clanging pots and chanting “no more fees” as part of a Graduate Assistants United rally Thursday.
Four Florida civil rights activists are still fighting. But, this time around, it’s for their stories to be heard.
About 26 Democratic senators, including Florida Senator Bill Nelson, and two independents pulled an all-nighter Monday in the Capitol to discuss climate change.
Barbara Ruth says she’s no longer campaigning for a City Commission seat.
A possible new location for the Alachua County Supervisor of Elections office was one of the topics deliberated at the County Commission meeting Tuesday.
At a roundtable discussion Monday, UF leaders presented their ideas on scholarship.
A UF professor will accept a lifetime recognition award this March in Germany for his work in quantum chemistry.
For the final season of his favorite show, a UF student is counting on Twitter to reach producers and bring attention to his cause.
About two hours south of Gainesville, there was Trayvon Martin. About an hour north and 10 months later, there was Jordan Davis.
Candidates for the March city elections discussed Gainesville’s state of affairs Monday night at the Alachua County Democratic Black Caucus debate.
Greatness is not a common path. Actor, singer and musician Common told UF students Thursday night that he had to work hard to attain his success.
Follett, the corporation in charge of the UF Bookstore, will soon manage all UF stadium sports stores and stands.
Sen. Bill Nelson and former Gov. Charlie Crist spoke at UF this week after the state denied use of the Reitz Union as an early voting site.
A UF alumnus’ company is taking the stress out of gift giving.
Formaldehyde Flower sashayed across the stage and teasingly hid her corseted frame behind purple feather fans in the University Auditorium this weekend.
Living Well fitness center, where James Ogles has spent 12 years exercising, will close its doors this June.
Researchers are trying to land their projects among the stars.
Tickets are still on sale for the J. Cole and Chance The Rapper concert at the Stephen C. O’Connell Center on Feb. 27 in honor of Black History Month.
Alachua County is one of 35 counties facing a statewide review by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement after a Pensacola chemist was found tampering with evidence.