Revisions made to a federal sexual assault act will now include LGBT students. But for some people in UF community, the act is not enough.
To dispel anxiety over assault rumors seen on social media, UF faculty and Gainesville Police urge students to look to official sources for information.
California’s new sexual consent law is giving college campuses extra legal backing to the phrase “No means no.”
The National Eating Disorders Association has implemented a new online program to serve college students dealing with body image confidence.
Gainesville Area National Organization for Women, a feminist organization, is hosting its first UF event in response to dozens of emails from students asking the group to move on campus.
Against a stacked roster of Swamp Party candidates campaigning on Turlington Plaza and outside of the Reitz Union, Evan Morris and Preston Jones stick to word-of-mouth tactics.
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.
Capt. John Redmond of the Alachua County Sheriff’s Office remembers the fear.
Girls dressed in teal in honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Week lined the seats of the University Auditorium on Wednesday to hear a survivor tell her story.
Samantha Mossman has carried around pepper spray for years.
I remember touring UF my senior year of high school and hearing my mom ask the most important question of all: "How safe is campus?" We got the speech about the three-lock dorm system, the blue lights, Student Nighttime Auxiliary Patrol and all of the resources that make UF one of the safest places to call home. Now I, along with every other student, can only think about taking a self-defense class and buying pepper spray.
I’ve heard that you have seven seconds to make a first impression. The average person reads around 35 words in seven seconds. Your first impression of this column has been created in 3, 2, 1 — now.
UF is now offering a virtual alternative to a Cicerone-led tour.
An activist group is trying to push the Princeton Review to include information on sexual assault in its rankings, but members of the UF community disagree.
Innovative vending machines on campus are helping busy students go green.