Dressed in Dunder Mifflin Inc. T-shirts and masks, UF students eagerly applauded two stars of the hit NBC show “The Office” from the stands of the O’Connell Center.
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Joshua Toledo loved to dance.
When Cassidy Roberts was a freshman at UF, the Student Health Care Center referred her to the Counseling Wellness Center and GatorWell. She said she felt overwhelmed by school and her personal life.
Best known for their roles in NBC’s “The Office,” Oscar Nuñez and Brian Baumgartner will speak to UF students at the Stephen C. O’Connell Center June 30. The event will be the first fully in-person Accent event since October 10, 2019, before the COVID-19 pandemic started.
Ziba Ahmadi stood with a string placed between her fingers and a look of pure concentration upon her face.
After several pedestrian deaths in the last year, West University Avenue traffic is slowing down with new safety measures.
When Madisun Murphy was 9 years old, her parents took her to Ben Hill Griffin Stadium to watch UF play against the University of Kentucky. The game ended with a victory for the Florida Gators, 48-14, with the stands going wild. In awe of the bright colors and enthusiastic crowd, Murphy knew she wanted to one day attend a game as a UF student.
Graduate students have been unsatisfied with UF’s administration and lack of transparency, but UF’s new Graduate School dean intends to give graduate students a voice within the university.
Standing halfway up the steps of Tigert Hall in a black dress, Ebony Love spoke into a microphone about the hardships Black students at UF have faced since George H. Starke Jr., the first Black student to attend the university in 1958.