Gainesville Police now offers electronic bicycle registration.
A bright green Naked Juice truck greeted students who walked by Gator Corner Dining Center on Friday.
UF administration agreed to meet with a group of students next week following a rally they held for opportunity outside Tigert Hall on Thursday.
Indie pop artists Capital Cities and Fitz and the Tantrums will perform at the Phillips Center for the Performing Arts on Nov. 11 at 7 p.m.
More than 200 UF students will fast from sunrise to sunset today as a part of the Islam on Campus’ 11th annual Fast-a-Thon.
More students are being given referrals rather than arrests, according to the University Police’s Annual Security and Fire Safety Report released Tuesday.
A new neon green bike light produced by a British student hasn’t hit the marketplace yet, but some locals anticipate it could make night riding safer. Others are not convinced.
The Turlington Dancer, once known for his messages of peace and love, is wearing the same booty shorts but rocking a new attitude.
The tooth fairy is coming to UF.
A shortcut through Gale Lemerand Drive might save a few minutes from rush hour traffic.
After a summer of construction, Tutoring Zone has unveiled a new website and a new location.
Although more than 200 minority students have been assigned mentors through the University Minority Mentor Program, other students might have to make the transition to UF without a guide.
An education at UF is just as good as going to an Ivy League school, according to one website’s college guide.
UF students no longer have to call the Student Health Care Center to schedule appointments.
Plans are underway for the design of a new bike and pedestrian trail that would connect Southwest Archer Road to Southwest 34th Street through the UF campus.
Hungry UF students can celebrate — Gator Corner Dining Center reopened Monday.