A UF graduate student was arrested early Friday morning for assaulting two men and shouting anti-gay slurs at them.
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Florida Ultimate failed to defend its Ultimate Frisbee national championship, suffering two losses Friday and Saturday at the 2011 USA Ultimate nationals tournament in Boulder, Colo.
One fish, two fish, red fish ... dead fish?
When Kat DiManno teaches her kindergarten class about plants, she knows she could stand in front of them and just tell them how it all works.
You wouldn't necessarily call it a full house, but for a weeknight with no major athletic events, it isn't a bad crowd at Calico Jack's. Customers cluster around the bar with slightly overflowing glasses of beer, and employees pause to chat over the twangs of "Life is a Highway."
Kal Penn will be at UF today to host President Obama’s Facebook Town Hall Watch Party at 4:30 p.m. in Pugh Hall’s Ocora Room.
Whether it’s difficult exams, piles of homework or social drama, college can be stressful.
Keeping in line with popular demand, UF libraries will once again be offering extended hours during final exam season.
When he signed the back of one of his two-dollar nature photographs, Gabe Thompson had to pause for a second. His hand hovered over the green matting as he thought.
The Twitter account boasts 195 tweets and 955 followers. The Facebook page counts 5,321 people who “like” it. Yet UF’s Student Alumni Association still has not seen the expected turnout for its “Beat” Hunger campaign.
Squishy the Gerbil might be UF's least-known mascot.
It might not come as a surprise to shivering Gators that the recent cold snap is freezing business for some of Gainesville’s hot spots.
With his brown hair, gray sweatshirt and Philadelphia Eagles baseball cap, Pete Hudson seems like any other guy. He lives in Gainesville and calls himself a Gators fan.
Miniature masters of genius and imagination, along with their parents, come together Tuesdays and Thursdays at Do Art studio with one goal - to end child abuse with the Child Advocacy Center's Jay's Hands project.