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A confidential complaint about Santa Fe College’s Student Senate president spiraled into a series of threats and verbal altercations this month -- all of which came to a head last Wednesday when the college’s Senate made impeaching its president, Jeremy Pierce, possible.
A Gainesville native who served in Korea as a civilian U.S. military adviser for 18 years spoke at Santa Fe College on Thursday, incorporating his life experiences to explain leadership traits for a conference the college hosted.
After two transgender Santa Fe College students were heckled leaving a school bathroom, followed through campus to their car and chased to a nearby Publix grocery store this February, leading them to drop out of school, the incident ignited a flame that helped pass a protective measure for all students last week, regardless of race, gender or sexual orientation.
A few years ago, Fiki Owhoso didn’t care about sustainability.
The Association for Women in Science’s North Central Florida Affiliate Group is hoping to form a partnership with Santa Fe College.
A student with a learning disability walked into the office of Dana Lindsey.
Bennye Alligood started working at Santa Fe College as a 17-year-old student, just two years after the college was first established in 1965.
Through a project known as “Cuba: Million Bible Mission,” The Rock of Gainesville Church is trying to raise more than $5 million to send a million Bibles to Cuba.
A man grabs his girlfriend around the neck, puts her head under the bathtub’s faucet and threatens to turn it on. He holds the woman’s cellphone in his hand, convinced she is talking to other men. In actuality, he cheated on her and frequently abused her.
Charlotte Russe is bringing clothing, shoes and accessories to the Oaks Mall this weekend — all available at a 10-percent discount to UF and Santa Fe College students.
On Friday night, the walls of Santa Fe College’s Fine Arts Hall resonated with the same award-winning vocals that took home the title of American Idol in 2003.
Students who steered clear of Sorority and Fraternity Row this semester in favor of a more independent and alternative lifestyle can still rush today on Plaza of the Americas.
Sgt. Maj. Kevin Watt started playing the trumpet 41 years ago. He now performs with the Jazz Ambassadors U.S. Army Field Band.
Santa Fe College is competing for $1 million after being recognized as one of the top 10 community colleges in the nation.