Most of us are still riding that high off of the Gators' recent wins against Georgia and Vanderbilt, but let’s be real — it’s been a tough two years for Florida football. Maybe Coach Muschamp finally figured out how to turn this program around, or maybe it’s a fluke. Either way, Gators fans are having a hard time staying upbeat about a team that can’t seem to find its footing. But have no fear UF students, there are plenty of fictional football success stories to raise your spirits.
You’re scrolling through your Facebook timeline. Someone posts a funny picture of a friend, and another posts a recipe for how to make brownies. Finally you see them -- that dreaded, five-paragraph long post about how much your friend loves his girlfriend or the 18-picture Instagram collage that shows how great the past five months have been with her new love. Suddenly, social media doesn’t seem like much fun anymore.
We have all (hopefully) noticed the average Hollywood media female role lacks, among other qualities, authenticity.
Has anyone heard the new hit single playing on their radio — besides the entirety of the new Taylor Swift album? It’s a completely awesome song called "Secrets," and it was created by the amazingly talented and passionate singer-songwriter Mary Lambert.
Fall is probably one of the best times of the year. It brings relief from the summer heat Florida so graciously provides. It brings SEC football, during which we get to go cheer on our Gators in The Swamp.
Sony’s reboot of “Annie” and Disney’s twisted “Into the Woods” are scheduled for Dec. 19 and Dec. 25 release dates respectively, and the “Frozen” arc on “Once Upon a Time” has been a smash hit with the arrival of even more fairy tale characters searching for happiness.
I’ve heard students complain about how they have job interviews coming up and they aren't prepared. Many times, I ask them if they've visited the Career Resource Center on campus. That’s when I’m reminded of just how many students are unaware of UF's endless resources tailored to our needs.
Question: "I signed up for the meal plan thinking I'd actually use it to its advantage, but realized I was wrong. How do I switch to a declining balance for next semester?” — Anonymous
With the release of her latest and first officially documented pop record “1989,” Taylor Swift is shaking up, and off, the industry.
As I’ve said before, cooking in college can be difficult. However, if you have the right staples, then often whipping up something quick and tasty is pretty easy. One of these staples is that wonderful, juicy veggie: the tomato.
As I walked on campus to my friend’s house in my Halloween costume last week, I couldn’t contain my excitement. This was the first year I chose to go out with friends on Halloween in Gainesville, and I knew it was going to be a lot of fun.
The fourth season of FX’s anthology series “American Horror Story,” entitled “Freak Show," has aired four episodes, and already, there is a noted change in the flow of the show. Every episode (with the exception of last week's) has had a musical number that becomes more of a takeaway than the episode's plot itself.
Two weeks ago, GatorWell and Gator Dining hosted Food Day, a national event concerning health and food justice. Student organizations, such as Student Animal Alliance and Catalysts for Change also showed support.
In college it is no secret most of us have that widely known "college budget," also known as basically broke, so when it comes to buying makeup I don't like to spend a lot of money on high-end products if I can find similar products that work just as great at the drugstore.
Humans have a natural tendency to give back to those in need. It’s in our nature, and it’s how we prosper. The secret formula to living a fulfilling life is to give back.
Harry Potter meets the “The Woman in Black” in a new film that somehow no one has ever heard of. It’s called “Horns,” and stars Daniel Radcliffe as Ignatius “Ig” Perrish, who wakes up the day after his girlfriend’s brutal death with horns sprouting from his head.
I’m just going to come out and say it right now: Public speaking sucks.