The United Kingdom's Department of Health announced Sept. 8 it will end the lifetime ban on blood donation by men who have sex with other men.
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A representative from the U.S. Postal Service came to Evinston on Thursday evening to hear residents' concerns about the potential closing of Wood and Swink Old Store's post office.
The Gainesville chapter of Students for a Democratic Society will march to Tigert Hall this morning to protest the 15 percent tuition increase passed in June by UF's Board of Trustees.
As the chaos of the first few weeks of classes subsides and the semester gets underway, the University Police Department is reminding students to register their bicycles.
The University of Central Florida's Greek Council has placed an indefinite ban on alcohol at all events registered through Fraternity and Sorority Life.
Autumn in Florida: It's that fleeting season that never stays long enough, after the swampy heat gives way to gentler temperatures and before early frosts bring winter clothes out of the back of the closet.
One was training a new patrol officer at the corner of 13th Street and University Avenue. Another was on her breakfast break. A third was in his first-period English class, watching his teacher scold another student for texting.
Passers-by may have noticed a non-native moose guarding Jenn Garrett's front yard near Westside Park and Littlewood Elementary School.
Despite a recommendation from the Centers for Disease Control that everyone older than 6 months get one, the Student Health Care Center ordered half as many flu shots as last year.
A UF materials engineering professor who suffered a heart attack is in stable condition thanks to two students.
Clad in camouflage and dress uniforms, Army ROTC cadets endured the afternoon heat Thursday to take part in Operation Showoff, ROTC's annual demonstration lab event.
Gone are the days of sneaking friends and family members into Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, at least for the first two games of the Fall 2011 football season.
If you drive 20 minutes south from Gainesville on U.S. 441 and hang a left just before the "Welcome to Marion County" sign, you'll end up on a narrow, two-lane road that seems to take you back in time.
When J.D. and Ila Jean Ward opened their roadside fruit stand in 1951, Northwest Sixth Street was an unpaved, two-lane road that marked Gainesville's city limit.
For those who believe all dogs go to heaven, there is a place that sends family pets into the afterlife in the most dignified way possible.
UF is showing the rest of the country that Gators care.
Want to run a 5K and get a perfect tan at the same time?
Researchers have found a new, more effective way of testing patients who come to the emergency room with chest pain.
About 1,500 sorority hopefuls gathered in the O'Connell Center on Tuesday to participate in the sorority bid day ceremony.
[Editor's Note: This story has been changed to reflect a correction. For the memo sent from Paula Fussell to faculty and staff regarding the new proposal, click here.]