In the heat of the afternoon on University Avenue, the mood inside the Florida Book Store was surprisingly calm. Cashiers worked efficiently, but not too hurriedly, to get the dozen or so students gathered around the registers taken care of.
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The Stephen C. O'Connell Center received a $900,000 facelift this summer that was unveiled to the public Saturday at UF's Football and Volleyball Fan Day.
Students can say goodbye to standing in the rain and heat while waiting for bicycle repairs.
With nearly 50,000 students traversing the university's campus every day, UF can sometimes feel like a city in itself.
For brand new freshmen, the first few weeks of college life can be exciting and liberating, but they can also feel scary and overwhelming.
On the first day of Summer B, entomology and nematology professor Carl Barfield sat perched on a desk at the front of an auditorium in Turlington Hall, his eyes surveying some 200 students who would be the final recipients of his teaching career at UF.
A woman who was raped and beaten is trying to get the word out about her attacker.
The 40-year-old tradition of UF's Joint Civic Club Luncheon will come to a halt this year.
A member of the extremist animal rights group Negotiation is Over may face criminal charges for violating a trespass order by distributing fliers on campus offering $100 for personal information about UF researchers who use animals in experiments.
Before the first time UF jazz professor Scott Wilson visited the home of Earth, Wind and Fire keyboardist Larry Dunn, he had never seen a Grammy Award.
A new UF enrollment model will be doing away with the summertime farewell, "See you in September."
A document released by UF's Office of Audit and Compliance Review has revealed the School of Architecture's director billed the school for the services of a design center he also directs, signaling a possible conflict of interest.
UF education researchers have received two federal grants totaling $5.5 million for studies focused on reducing behavioral problems that disrupt the learning environment.
After all the acceptance letters, grad parties and tearful goodbyes set to the tune of Vitamin C's "Graduation (Friends Forever)," UF's newest additions to the student body had one final step to make on their road to officially becoming Gators: going to class.
NOTTINGHAM, ENGLAND - Nearly 4,000 miles away from Washington, D.C., as people gathered outside the White House to celebrate the death of Osama bin Laden on May 1, there were no loud cries of relief or retribution.
UF freshman Shawn Abrahams is like most college students his age. He likes to watch football games and hang out with his friends, and he is looking forward to getting more involved with his new major, botany.
My father is a man of few words.
The rain couldn’t ruin their wedding day.
This Valentine's Day, the brothers of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, an honorary music fraternity for men, want students to give the gift of song.
Young cancer patients all over the country will be getting a little extra cheer this holiday season in the form of a greeting card. The UF chapter of Friends for Life of America kicked off its annual Hearts for the Holidays campaign Tuesday on Turlington Plaza.