A UF student was arrested by the Gainesville Police Department on one charge of sexual assault, six charges of battery and one charge of possessing a fake ID.
A former student’s lawsuit arguing UF violated its contract when it required the student body to pay for on-campus amenities despite COVID-19 restrictions will see the Florida First District Court of Appeals in Tallahassee July 20.
A sculpture dedicated to a Gainesville activist and African American studies professor will replace a confederate soldier statue that used to sit downtown.
The secret scene of organized chaos, accented with lonely Exacto knives and abandoned t-squares scattered across the atrium’s cement floor, may be unfamiliar to many UF students. But every Spring, second-year architecture majors face PIN UP, a daunting task that determines if they continue in UF’s architecture program.
UPD says its working to keep students safe on campus with more lighting, safety training and police presence
The pandemic gap left students keen to explore, connect and find their place in Gainesville whether through social media, crowded buses or places of worship.
Antes de que comenzara el semestre de otoño, Nicole Guerra no habría tenido la opción de vivir en una LLC diseñada para estudiantes como ella. Guerra y otros Gators de primera generación están haciendo historia al ser algunos de los primeros residentes en vivir en la LLC recién inaugurada.
The restaurant, previously located at 1642 W. University Ave. in Midtown, will be moved to 1026 SW Second Ave. in the Gainesville Innovation District, two blocks from UF’s campus. Construction will begin in the summer of 2021 and is expected to take 12 to 14 months.
UF installed license plate readers at intersections around campus to improve safety and security. The license plate readers, installed in October, are cameras that constantly scan vehicle license plates and capture photos of the backs of vehicles.
COVID-19-related apartment vacancies, as well as excitement and uncertainty surrounding the increase of in-person classes this Spring, are forcing UF students and Gainesville apartments alike to continue adjusting to housing needs during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The noise interrupted transportation and student life in the area
Gov. DeSantis’ Phase 3 order has some businesses eager to reopen — some with safety guidelines, and others without. City officials are less hopeful
Saliva tests and several new on-campus testing sites are now available, but mandatory and walk-up testing still isn’t in UF’s current plans
A full-ride to UF could cost a life for recipients of the Benacquisto Scholarship.