When students vote in Student Government elections on Sept. 27 and Sept. 28, they will get the chance to voice their opinions on UF's recent tuition hike.
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Student Government kicked off its first Senate meeting of the fall semester with a few representative changes, comments about block tuition and a budget presentation.
Gator football fans may not need another way to prove their passion, but a Florida tourism marketing corporation is hoping fans will take another opportunity to flaunt their orange-and-blue blood anyway.
Gator Growl staff announced Sunday that Joel McHale will perform on Nov. 4 as the comedian for Gator Growl 2011.
Faculty at UF earned about $619 million in research awards for 2011, an 8.7-percent decrease from 2010.
The UF RecSports staff is hosting an event to promote student involvement from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. today at the Southwest Recreation Center.
The cost of living on campus has risen by about 3 percent from last year to this year, according to a UF Department of Housing and Residence Education administrator.
Students aren't even two days into the new school year, but that doesn't mean they aren't speculating about classes being canceled soon.
Homework, book-buying and class-rearranging usually initiate the new school year.
Between obligatory trips to Leonardo's, the clicker that always gets lost, a few late-night stumbles into Pita Pit and cover charges for Friday night, many students realize they're going to need some extra cash in college.
Stefani Pila considers herself a successful Gator. She's a psychology and history junior, part of the UF Honors Program and, along with her twin sister, Sarah, a member of the co-ed service fraternity Alpha Phi Omega.
Those extra pounds lurk somewhere between the first football game and Thanksgiving weekend. It's inevitable for your roommate who thinks pizza, beer and cheesy bread are the main food groups.
The hunt is on. You crawl forward under the stifling Florida sun when you finally see it. Just as you're about to stake your claim, another driver whips around a corner and screeches into the spot right in front of you.
Around October, brightly colored study guides, stacks of flashcards and coffee thermoses start popping up in the arms of students all over campus.
After book parties, movie premieres, heated arguments and elaborate costumes, the Harry Potter generation may finally have to say, "Mischief managed."
UF and Florida State University are putting aside their differences and teaming up to digitize the nation's biological data.
A recent UF graduate died Saturday while tubing with his friends at Ginnie Springs on the Santa Fe River.
Unlike the Florida afternoon sky, Santa Fe College students will not be making it rain any time soon.
What could be considered as nothing more than a rudimentary Saturday chore served as a pinnacle of glory for a group of UF engineering students last week as their autonomous robot, InstiGator, won first place in the basic division at the ION Robotic Lawn Mower Competition.
Santa Fe College students will be able to ride designated Santa Fe buses to and from campus starting this fall, according to a new Florida law.