A public discussion will be held in Peabody Hall today about an offensive poster that’s drawing attention across campus.
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The man behind the site that crowds Facebook feeds with whimsical quizzes and listicles is coming to UF.
A recent breach in security for Apple devices has put users’ data at risk, but UF wireless users are safe – as long as they stay on the university’s network.
UF students peanut-butter believe it — the Planters NUTmobile is coming to campus Monday.
For the first time in UF Student Government history, all 50 Student Senate seats were awarded to one party. That party is Swamp.
The Florida State University student who went missing two weeks ago was found dead Tuesday morning by Tallahassee Police.
A recent survey of pre-law students found the majority preferred a two-year model for law programs, but UF’s law school is headed in a different direction.
Amateur and professional paleontologists from 28 countries will travel to Gainesville this weekend to share and discuss their research.
For Courtney Tye, work wasn’t just a job — it was her passion.
Gun advocacy group Florida Carry took aim at another Florida state school Monday.
When Alicia Lew’s family friend lost the use of his legs in a car accident, she decided to raise money for spinal cord research by doing what she loves — hosting an art auction.
Pre-medical students now have access to later MCAT testing dates, but UF students are still advised to take the test as soon as possible.
Although UF Online is only four weeks into its first semester, on-campus students are beginning to take notice of the program’s effects on their courses.
About two weeks after gun advocacy group Florida Carry filed a lawsuit against the university to remove its ban on firearms in residence halls, UF has not been served court papers.
UF’s Swamp Party announced its candidates for Student Body president, vice president and treasurer Wednesday.
Students can expect to dole out extra cash for the upcoming Summer B semester after UF’s fee committee voted to increase student fees.
UF will soon be served court papers concerning a lawsuit over storing guns in vehicles on campus, and allowing firearms in residence halls is now part of the dispute.
UF’s ban on firearms has loosened following a Florida appellate court decision that allows for guns locked inside a vehicle to be brought on campus.
The end of the Fall semester brought approval for a new degree within UF’s College of Design, Construction and Planning, as well as two canceled majors from the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
Following suit of charitable companies like Toms, a UF student has created a clothing company that donates shorts to children in need for every pair sold.