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As UF students flooded the Florida Capitol to meet with legislators, a state Senate committee passed a bill that would allow UF to charge higher tuition as early as this fall semester.
The Florida Senate recently rejected a bill that would allow some children of undocumented immigrants to pay in-state tuition, but hope for immigrants might not be lost.
The Florida Senate approved a bill today that would allow the governor to appoint the student representative to the Board of Governors.
A bill that would give the governor power to appoint a student representative to the Board of Governors will be debated today in the Florida House of Representatives.
The Florida Alliance for Student Action is holding Gov. Rick Scott to his pledge to oppose tuition hikes for Florida students.
Eligible UF faculty members will receive a 3 percent raise beginning with their first paychecks in March, but not without conditions.
At the request of Gov. Rick Scott, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement has started an investigation into the car crashes that claimed 11 lives on Interstate 75.
Ann Liv Young stood and faced the cast of her show.
TALLAHASSEE -- About 200 university students from around the state gathered on the steps of the Historic Capitol Museum on Thursday for the Florida Student Association's annual Rally in Tally.
TALLAHASSEE — The Florida House of Representatives Education Committee on Thursday approved a bill that would allow school districts to put commercial advertisements on school buses.
TALLAHASSEE -- UF President Bernie Machen emphasized the importance of general education along with science and math during a conversation with the Florida House of Representatives higher education committee in Tallahassee on Friday.
TALLAHASSEE - The Florida House of Representatives' higher education committee listened Friday morning to UF President Bernie Machen's ideas on how to improve higher education in the state.
UF President Bernie Machen will join the Florida House of Representatives' education committee today in Tallahassee to discuss issues affecting Florida's state universities.
One of the five people who let down Central Florida in 2011 is on UF's payroll.
Even if UF students aren't satisfied with their academic experience, at least they enjoy the atmosphere.
At the end of the day, David Norton said, his job is all about helping students get the answers.
After 12 years of charging fees of up to half the price of a ticket, Ticketmaster will soon be repaying customers to the tune of $45 million over four years.
The New York Times Company is in advanced discussions to sell its regional newspapers, including The Gainesville Sun.
In many ways, Joanna Byun is an average college freshman.