In the middle of the UF Student Government Senate meeting Tuesday, 26 senators left the Zoom call at once. The meeting ended shortly afterward.
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In UF’s Student Government’s first Senate meeting of Summer Tuesday night, senators unanimously passed legislation that would provide $500,000 toward rent relief for UF students and more funds to student organizations.
Students are one step closer to receiving additional funds for rent relief.
Studying for the Medical College Admission Test is like training for a marathon, Basil Hashimi said. He created a study schedule and planned specific practice problems and exams right up until May 16.
Weeks after hackers took over a Student Government Senate meeting over Zoom, displaying penises and writing racist language, UF’s Police Department announced that no charges will be filed.
From a pornographic “Zoom bombing” to the short-lived formation of a controversial third party, a lot has happened in UF Student Government during Spring semester.
UF students who qualify for emergency financial aid were notified of their eligibility in an email Monday.
Students will likely pay nearly the same in fees for the Summer, despite classes moving online and a proposed change in student fees.
Editor's Note: If you think you might have COVID-19, contact the Alachua County Health Department at (352) 334-7900 or the Student Health Care Center at (352) 392-1161. The Alligator doesn’t have information about the names of these county and UF patients due to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, more commonly known as HIPAA, which protects patient privacy.
Classes are moving online and students are moving out as UF continues to monitor the coronavirus pandemic.
UF Shands confirmed that it is treating a patient from Georgia. Meanwhile, UF is cancelling on-campus classes and moving to an online format by Monday, emails sent to faculty show.
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.
In tonight's 2020 Student Government election, Inspire Party and Gator Party await the results for Student Body president, vice president and treasurer and 50 Senate seats. Follow this live blog and @TheAlligator on Twitter for updates. Story to come.
The soft glow of candles illuminated students’ faces. Some of them were in tears. Seventeen white luminaries with the names of the victims of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting surrounded them, serving as a reminder of the painful second anniversary.
Student Body executive candidates from Gator and Inspire Party got together Tuesday night to debate on topics such as diversity, sexual assault and personal political beliefs.
UF announced Friday it will not approve or reimburse future student and employee trips to China until further notice due to the coronavirus.
Lake Wauburg suffered damages to its north shore Dec. 14 because of high winds, which also damaged most of the UF Sailing Team’s equipment.
About 100 students huddled in a crowd, clapping and chanting “No war with Iran” while surrounding Naz Hussein. An Iraqi flag covered her back, slightly fluttering in the wind.
Though Elaine Jacobson had been involved in choral music for around 20 years, the lack of Jewish ballads made her feel like there was a weakness in her musical education. This inspired her to fix the problem.
Collapsed houses, crushed cars and rubble-filled streets clutter southern Puerto Rico, leaving hundreds of people in the street as they struggle through aftershocks.