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The competition for the District 1 city commissioner seat is heating up with a Santa Fe College student throwing his hat in the ring.
A plan from President Barack Obama to make the first two years of community college free has some Santa Fe academics and students at odds.
The weather will be warming up over the weekend, according to the National Weather Service.
Following a series of controversies, Santa Fe College Senate President Jeremy Pierce announced Wednesday he will not be running for re-election.
Just as Gators are coming out of Winter Break hibernation, today’s weather will have them scrambling back under the covers.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott declared this week as Florida First Responder Appreciation Week.
Santa Fe College Student Government will hold its first Senate meeting of the year today at 4 p.m.
Santa Fe College held its Spring convocation Monday, during which it highlighted the achievements of the previous semester and addressed issues that the college plans to combat.
Despite threats of war and attacks on venues, some movie theaters in Alachua County showed the controversial comedy movie “The Interview” over Winter Break.
A local nonprofit organization will now be able to provide better humanitarian aid to Cuba after a recent decision by the White House to repair relations between the U.S. and Cuba.
Santa Fe College administration announced Friday it would no longer offer job employment to Student Government leaders. Though the eight leaders still in office will receive wages until the close of Spring semester, the college immediately stopped paying the organization’s student directors last week.
Student senators at Santa Fe College failed to address a resolution that could have led to Senate President Jeremy Pierce’s impeachment Wednesday.
Santa Fe College student senators will present an amendment today that could allow administration to remove active Student Government members without trial.
Maggie barked in excitement as her new owners walked through a gated fence Monday afternoon during the 11th Paws on Parole ceremony.
Santa Fe College Police has boosted its presence on campus following a shooting at Florida State University late last week.
A confidential complaint about Santa Fe College’s Student Senate president spiraled into a series of threats and verbal altercations this month -- all of which came to a head last Wednesday when the college’s Senate made impeaching its president, Jeremy Pierce, possible.
A Gainesville native who served in Korea as a civilian U.S. military adviser for 18 years spoke at Santa Fe College on Thursday, incorporating his life experiences to explain leadership traits for a conference the college hosted.
Caleb Lewis smiled big while talking about his experience with Wish Upon A Star — a campaign aiming to collect gifts for 1,000 neglected children in North Central Florida.
After two transgender Santa Fe College students were heckled leaving a school bathroom, followed through campus to their car and chased to a nearby Publix grocery store this February, leading them to drop out of school, the incident ignited a flame that helped pass a protective measure for all students last week, regardless of race, gender or sexual orientation.