The Student Senate's Judiciary Committee educated students about legislation in its Legislative Writing Workshop on Thursday night.
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In the annual State of the Campus address held Tuesday night, Student Body President Anthony Reynolds focused on the proposed expansion and renovation of the J. Wayne Reitz Union.
When the coffee is flowing freely and tables at Library West are littered with study guides and review packets, Rachel Swansiger has a few strategies to beat the crowds.
Student Body President Anthony Reynolds will deliver UF's annual State of the Campus speech at 7 p.m. today in Pugh Hall.
UF's no-tobacco policy is helping to clear the air at other universities.
Gators March for Babies raised more than $75,000 at Sunday's 5K walk, about $10,000 more than last year's event raised.
In September, about 8,000 UF students threaded their ways through fliers, stickers, party supporters and snaking lines to vote at the on-campus polls.
In the third impeachment trial in UF Student Government history, the Senate voted Tuesday night not to impeach Supervisor of Elections Toni Megna.
Student Senate President Andy Mason has announced the 11 members of the specialized committee that will be tasked with revising the UF Student Government elections codes.
For the third time in UF Student Government history, the Student Senate will conduct an impeachment trial.
The UF Supreme Court released its final opinion on Sunday regarding the Student Government Senate elections.
The Student Senate did not pass a bill that would have required the Supervisor of Elections to provide a sample ballot online two Fridays before SG elections.
Despite entertainment changes, turnout for this year's Gator Growl was lower than expected.
About 27,000 students, alumni and Gator fans poured into Ben Hill Griffin Stadium on Friday night for the annual Gator Growl pep rally.
Gators fans decked out in orange and blue stream through the streets, giving "the chomp" to each other as they throw fists and "Go Gators!" into the air.
Otis Britt doesn't like sad endings.
The UF Supervisor of Elections may be removed from office if a resolution proposed by five Student Government senators passes.
Update: According to a University notification sent out at about 12:10 p.m., UPD "have conducted a complete search of the Shands/Health Science Center campus but have not located the subject".
Library West will be open 24 hours a day Sunday through Thursday in the spring.
The Princeton Review named UF the nation's No. 1 Jock School as part of the company's annual college rankings and ratings.