For years, Renee Trautwein went between blaming and missing her daughter.
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UF students Googling office hours for one professor might not like what they find — or they might.
The story of Kofi Adu-Brempong, the UF student from Ghana who was shot in the face by campus police, is coming to the big screen Tuesday.
An ancient Mayan civilization has come alive again at UF thanks to virtual reality technology.
The presidential search is on — again.
With a $75 million endowment and a new teaching hall, UF’s Warrington College of Business Administration is making positive changes — but a new Bloomberg Businessweek ranking says otherwise.
For students wondering where the emails that fill their Webmail spam folders come from, there’s more to the process than someone on the other end clicking the send button.
Following a federal decision that ruled football players at Northwestern University count as employees, UF President Bernie Machen is looking for ways to get the university’s student athletes paid.
Members of Gainesville’s Citizen’s Co-op met Sunday to discuss the future of the store, which has been addled with conflicts among its founders, board of directors and members.
Students frantically trying to log into their fickle UF Webmail accounts can rest easy — UF Information Technology has solved the case.
In the midst of an attempt to unionize, five employees of Gainesville grocery store Citizens Co-op were laid off Monday.
Gun advocacy group Florida Carry pledged in December to sue any state college that didn’t allow guns to be stored in vehicles on campus — and three months later, it’s kept its promise.
With cute dog pictures galore, BuzzFeed’s creator Jonah Peretti brought his website’s signature charm to UF Thursday night.
UF’s Levin College of Law held a discussion Wednesday about citizen-based constitutional amendments with a modern angle — legalizing medical marijuana.
Starke Elementary School resumed operation Tuesday after it was closed roughly eight months ago due to rampant mold.
Only three months into UF Online’s first semester, executive director Betty Phillips resigned.
A new U.S. News & World Report ranking of 2015’s best law schools placed Florida State University above UF, and some UF law students aren’t happy.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, a national fraternity that has fallen under scrutiny for its multiple hazing-related deaths, eliminated its pledging process Sunday. UF’s chapter is still deciding its stance on the national branch’s decision.
Three years ago, Todd Chase ran for City Commission because of his mother. A retiree living on a fixed income, Chase’s mother felt the bite of Gainesville’s fire assessment fee, which was adopted by the commission in 2010 to plug a hole in the budget.
Two UF alumni are looking to change the way people surf the Internet with their new web app Searchlet.