Author, social activist and motivational speaker Jeff Johnson will be speaking at 8 p.m. in the Reitz Union Grand Ballroom Friday.
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Student senators passed a bill allocating more money to student organizations during Tuesday night’s Senate meeting.
A rally calling for justice for graduate student Kofi Adu-Brempong will take place today from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Turlington Plaza.
After months of negotiations, UF students will be able to eat their cheeseburgers without the side of guilt.
University officials have decided not to punish members of the Unite Party implicated for hazing and voter coercion in a recording of a February campaign meeting.
Student Senators continued conversation about the Reitz Union repairs at Tuesday night’s Senate meeting.
Assistant professor Norman Lewis has taught his way into the hearts of his students and colleagues.
Sam Hollister was always close to his twin brother Tom. And, as they grew older, they grew even closer.
After the University Police Department shooting of Kofi Adu-Brempong on March 2, staff members of the UF Counseling & Wellness Center are making themselves available to students who want to talk about the incident.
Graduate students stood up for one of their own Thursday.
Although the student protest ended Tuesday afternoon, debate about the University Police shooting of UF graduate student Kofi Adu-Brempong continued at Tuesday night’s Senate meeting.
UF electrical engineering student Thomas Hollister and his father, David Hollister, were killed Saturday when a pine tree fell on their car, causing it to swerve into a ditch.
Almost two weeks have passed since the University Police Department shooting of UF graduate student Kofi Adu-Brempong on March 2, and students plan to show their views on the incident.
At Tuesday night's Senate meeting, Student Alliance party supporters played an audio recording of a Unite Party general meeting on the night of Feb. 23.
The Student Alliance party formed this semester, but it earned more Senate seats than any minority party participating in Student Government elections since spring 2002.
Whether it was leaving campaign fliers unattended or leaving them on cars in non-solicitation zones, both the Unite Party and the Student Alliance party were found guilty of illegal campaign practices.
Campaigners sporting Student Government party T-shirts are not the only people telling students to vote on election days.
Screams from the Unite Party were followed by chants of "No fee!" from the Student Alliance party at the Orange & Brew Thursday morning.
Student Government candidates are still campaigning and so is the Reitz Union.
The Student Government Election Commission issued an order Tuesday that urged members of the Student Alliance party to stop handing out fliers and knocking on doors in apartment complexes.