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In an era of instant communication ruled by texting and e-mails, Chandra DeBuse molds her artistic message with something more permanent— clay.
Before the UF Board of Trustees, the university’s highest governing body, decides whether to approve a new student fee supporting the expansion and renovation of the Reitz Union, the graduate students are going to have their say.
Wives were able to drag their husbands away from the television for at least a few hours this weekend.
Four boxes of graham crackers, three bags of M&M’s and a container of frosting was all it took to build the Great Wall of China.
Some UF students took a bicycle built for two to the next level.
Students looking for ways to procrastinate during the last days of the semester should stop by the Reitz Union Auditorium.
Students started giving thanks a little bit early on Tuesday.
Students waiting outside the Student Health Care Center Thursday had more on their minds than the upcoming Thanksgiving break.
Designer aprons, hand-carved wooden spoons and “silverwearable” jewelry were only a few examples of the art displayed at the 28th Annual Downtown Festival and Art Show this weekend.
UF Students in Free Enterprise is hosting a Women’s Career Expo today from 9 a.m. to noon at the Center for Innovation and Economic Development at Santa Fe College.
The Berlin Wall came tumbling down again Monday afternoon.
Wacky Gators apparel, lucky alligator heads and tons of food are the standard at Gators tailgates.
Two hundred people died trying to escape.
The World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party is going to be a little bit smaller this time around.
The Reigning Champions won the World Series on Tuesday night.
Tuesday afternoon marked the kickoff of Healthy Gators' "virtual walk" from New York City to Gainesville.
Batman has the Batmobile. Superman has a cape. Hammock Man has his hammock.
About 300 Air Force, Marine Corps, Army and Navy ROTC cadets marched past their reviewing officer in UF's ROTC Joint Service Pass-in-Review Thursday.
Snazzy suits, cowboy hats and tiny Speedos were all part of the show at Tuesday night's pageant to choose Mr. UF.