A UF engineering team won $2 million in October, but UF tried to keep their money. Now, it will go back to the team.
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Santa Fe College received the results of a racial equity survey this fall. Overall, the college earned a three out of four.
This semester, students can pursue more specialized degrees in the College of Health & Human Performance.
When a reserve member of the Israel Defense Forces spoke at Little Hall Tuesday night, protesters got up from their seats and left in support of Palestine.
Despite cold, wet weather, hundreds of people felt warm as they gathered this weekend for the reopenings of the Institute of Black Culture and the Institute of Hispanic-Latino Cultures.
It’s a Monday night at White Buffalo bar. A group of fraternity brothers gather in a circle and share some laughs.
A UF engineering team won $2 million as a contest prize last week, but it won’t know until December if it will receive the money or if UF will keep it.
UF students hung butterflies on trees in Turlington Plaza. Some were painted with random designs, while others were painted with flags.
A recently developed club helped spark a new tradition on campus for celebrating Indigenous Peoples’ Day.
Butterfly wings will flutter among UF students at the Florida Museum of Natural History on Saturday.
The most important test for students applying to law school faced a major change Saturday: a switch from traditional pencil and paper to a modern, digital tablet.
New technological developments could lead to a more effective way to study diseases and change how drugs are developed.
A rare find for researchers led to discoveries that could change humanity’s understanding of extinction and evolution.