Student Body President-elect Trevor Pope’s face flushed red as he gripped his running mate Vice-President-elect Lauredan Official when they were announced as election winners. The pair jumped, held each other and screamed. It was the ending they wanted.
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Orange and blue balloons, streamers and banners draped the walls of the Florida State Capitol. UF mascots Albert and Alberta posed for photos with legislators and passersby alike.
Zoe Terner counts the steps from her classroom to the blue light as she walks home at night. Fifteen steps, and then she’s safe, she said. Ten steps, and then she’s safe.
The first time Brandon Abzug opened his criminology textbook, he saw the name of the man who murdered his high school classmates.
Avast, the anti-virus software recommended by UF since 2013, sold the browsing data of millions of its users to third-party companies like Microsoft and Amazon.
Tears fell before a memorial service even began.
After winning a battle for relief on fees, Graduate Assistants United is demanding that UF uphold its end of the bargain.
Denise Griffiths, a UF English language and literature senior, died Wednesday after succumbing to brain and spinal injuries. She was 21.
Chinese officials quarantined Wuhan, China, Thursday, but not before 5 million travelers left the city, Mayor Zhou Xianwang reported.
When Samantha Sexton was a UF political science freshman in 2007, it was UF’s goal to rank among the top 10 public universities, she said. Thirteen years later, she’s helping the university get there.
Lawton M. Chiles Elementary was an A-graded school — until it wasn’t.
Heavy smoke billowed out of the roof of the Kappa Alpha fraternity house on Monday afternoon. Dust from inside of an old air conditioning unit caused the fire, said Cary Williams, Gainesville Fire Rescue district chief.
David Hall, a 26-year-old UF agricultural economics masters student, sat downwind from a billowing manhole on the Plaza of the Americas during Tuesday. He’s eaten Krishna lunch there almost every day since he began at UF in 2011.
In 2019, a Title IX investigation found one professor guilty of inappropriately touching students and faculty. A resident assistant was charged with battery after a student accused him of trying to finger her. A student was raped on her way to the homecoming game.
In the six years since it launched, UF Online has risen through the ranks of nationally acclaimed online programs.
Around the end of every semester, 13 men and women decide how university funds are spent.
The likelihood of an active draft in the near future is slim, multiple UF professors said. Gaining the public support necessary to reenact the draft would be politically impossible.
An American airstrike killed one of Iran’s top military leaders, Gen. Qassem Soleimani, on Friday. The strike followed a week of rapid-fire attacks and counterstrikes between the U.S. and Iranian governments and has left the fate of the nations in question. Iran promised to retaliate.
Mayor Lauren Poe faced a crowd gathered along the side of Eighth Avenue. His microphone buzzed, but his message was clear: In times of war, Gainesville advocates for peace.