It might be too difficult to fit 161 candles on the birthday cake, but UF will still recognize its 161st today.
Use the fields below to perform an advanced search of The Independent Florida Alligator's archives. This will return articles, images, and multimedia relevant to your query.
91 items found for your search. If no results were found please broaden your search.
A UF alumnus has put his love for the Beatles in a tangible form by helping direct the new iOS app, “John Lennon: The Bermuda Tapes.”
The King has flown the coop.
A Sanford teenager and UF Health Shands Hospital patient is in the process of receiving a portable battery pack for her temporary and completely artificial heart.
UF students and faculty are preparing to travel home for Thanksgiving. But Wednesday could lose its status as part of the holiday.
Gainesville, we have a problem.
Attention college slackers, of which there are many: There is now a bona fide guide on how to live your life to the least potential.
President Bernie Machen recently addressed the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences faculty about his proposed changes to the board that reviews tenure and promotions, causing reverberations among concerned employees.
Senior year of high school is the time to choose a college to attend and a major to study — but about a third of incoming freshmen are picking subjects they aren’t really interested in, according to a recently released report from the ACT.
Vince Gilligan, creator of the hit television series “Breaking Bad,” said he never took chemistry in high school — but that didn’t stop him from creating meth-dealing chemistry teacher Walter White.
New York City is raising the legal age to purchase tobacco products to 21, but Florida law is keeping Gainesville from setting its sights on similar legislation.
For the first time in four years, Gator Growl will sport a second stage in the Ben Hill Griffin Stadium that will host two new performers.
From Thursday to Sunday, Gainesville was filled with bearded men, cut-off jean shorts and empty beer cans as Fest 12 attendees hopped venues.
Get the RVs and chemistry equipment ready, UF students — Vince Gilligan, the creator of the award-winning television series “Breaking Bad,” is coming to campus.
Max Brooks, author of best-selling books “The Zombie Survival Guide” and “World War Z,” left the audience in a packed Reitz Union Rion Ballroom convulsing with laughter.
Homecoming weekend will fall in October for 2014, the first time it’s been scheduled outside of November in four years.
UF men and women lined up to strut their stuff Tuesday for the Homecoming Pageant’s 90th anniversary.
Derrick Williams, a man who spent 18 years behind bars before being exonerated of a crime he did not commit, spoke at UF Hillel on Thursday.
Max Brooks, author of the best-selling books “Zombie Survival Guide” and “World War Z” is coming to campus to prepare UF students for the zombie apocalypse.
Although the weather is starting to cool down, UF students are staying hot.