For students with visual impairments like Andrew Daugherty, Santa Fe College used to be much easier to navigate.
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Santa Fe College Senate passed resolutions, approved funding and discussed the standing of Young Americans for Liberty at Wednesday’s meeting.
A downpour of rain stretched across Gainesville on Tuesday morning as future law enforcement officers finished a chapter of their lives.
Santa Fe College introduced a new service aimed at helping veterans find jobs, but some veterans say the tool may not be all that useful.
Santa Fe College Student Senate struggled to reach and keep enough senators present to conduct business during Wednesday’s meeting.
Two Santa Fe College professors recently received a $5,000 grant from Google for a new computer programming course aimed at making computer science interesting and inclusive to more students.
Santa Fe College said goodbye to Janet Foster on Tuesday, who had worked for the college for 14 years.
Santa Fe College students and faculty can now learn more than 60 languages for free online — including Pirate.
Locals can now explore the universe with a million more pixels.
Santa Fe College has a new Student Body president two-thirds through the term.
Santa Fe College senators have started to announce which student government positions they will be running for.
Continuing the forward-looking sentiment of Spring Convocation, Santa Fe’s Student Senate on Wednesday announced programs to combat social issues within the college.
Following a series of controversies, Santa Fe College Senate President Jeremy Pierce announced Wednesday he will not be running for re-election.
Santa Fe College Student Government will hold its first Senate meeting of the year today at 4 p.m.
Santa Fe College administration announced Friday it would no longer offer job employment to Student Government leaders. Though the eight leaders still in office will receive wages until the close of Spring semester, the college immediately stopped paying the organization’s student directors last week.
Student senators at Santa Fe College failed to address a resolution that could have led to Senate President Jeremy Pierce’s impeachment Wednesday.