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A wide-eyed nine-year-old Jayden Gibson watched from the stadium as the Gators stormed the field.
When Robert Hatch recalls the institution to which he has devoted 30 years of his life, he feels ashamed.
Widespread turmoil erupted after UF stopped three political science professors from testifying in a case against the state. Some faculty members believe these events point to a bigger issue: increasing political pressure from the state on the university’s decisions.
El presidente Fuchs pide a la universidad que revoque la decisión que prohíbe a los profesores testificar
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Cinco profesores adicionales dicen que UF intentó silenciarlos para que no testificarán contra el estado
Luego de una revelación durante el fin de semana de que a tres profesores de UF se les prohibió testificar contra el estado, cinco profesores más dijeron que la universidad también limitaba sus habilidades para testificar en casos contra el estado.
Following a revelation over the weekend that three UF professors were barred from testifying against the state, five more professors said the university also limited their abilities to testify in cases against the state.
Update: UF released a statement saying it would form a task force to review its conflict of interest policy. Additionally, this article has been updated to reflect that a letter from the professors’ attorney was originally sent to UF.
Jada Turner, a Dance Marathon Miracle Child, was diagnosed at a young age with a chromosomal disorder that made her prone to cancers. But on Wednesday, a crowd of other families and students celebrated her for being seven months cancer-free as she stood on a stage in Flavet Field.
One night a year, kids get to dress up and go door-to-door amassing as much free candy as possible — a core childhood experience. But for UF Health Shands Children's Hospital patients, Oct. 31 will look a little different, and teams of people are working together to bring as much Halloween spirit as possible.
More than 7,000 people packed into the O’Connell Center as Gator chomps rippled through the crowd followed by the classic “It’s great to be a Florida Gator” chant. These were both demonstrations of what homecoming week is all about: tradition.
Members of Change and Gator Party huddled on the third floor of the Reitz Wednesday night, waiting for election results to begin rolling out. At the end of the night, Gator Party solidified its majority in Senate for the third semester in a row.
Hushed murmurs of anticipation lingered in the air. The house lights dimmed and so did the audience's voices. Stage lights flashed bright, and the actors took their places.
Two weeks after the drop-add period means course expenses are in full effect. Charges and payments are around every corner, but one seems to be hitting students harder this Fall.
Student Government Supreme Court rules to change future ballots, clarify the consequence of a non-vote
The Student Government Supreme Court ruled to require the supervisor of elections to clarify the consequences of a non-vote on a ballot in future elections.
Last football season left many fans missing the iconic atmosphere at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, but the environment Florida football enthusiasts lost finally returned under the stadium lights Sept. 4.
Game days are cherished traditions at The Swamp, and preparations to maintain UF’s reputation as the greatest on the field are not taken lightly. The players are expected to play their best, but others are in charge of ensuring they have the means to do so.
El Departamento de Transporte de la Florida trabaja para promover la seguridad del tráfico en el campus de UF
Durante las dos primeras semanas del semestre de otoño, el Departamento de Transporte de la Florida ha estado instalando un puesto en el campus para educar a los estudiantes sobre la seguridad vial.