In the past year, 12 of the 46 eateries at UF violated state and county health codes, according to inspections by the County Health Department.
At dusk, women will try to reclaim the night.
While watching Matisyahu perform earlier this week, I started thinking about what other speakers have come to the University of Florida since my time here. While going through the names in my head, I quickly came to the conclusion that they have been overwhelmingly male.
The Florida Legislature is no longer considering the bill that would have allowed students to openly carry guns on campus, and it now exists as a means to introduce open carry to the state.
Local politics just couldn’t compete with Gators basketball Thursday night.
UF Student Government is giving local politicians a reason to put UF back on their radar.
Conceal and carry proponents often say an armed public can help prevent or reduce casualties in open-shooter scenarios, acting as de facto police officers when no actual officers are near. While the conceal and carry licensing
Senate Bill 234 was filed in December and is unrelated to the Arizona tragedy, despite recent media articles making it sound like a response. This bill would remove the restriction on individuals currently holding a valid Concealed Weapon or Firearm License (CWFL) from carrying on college campuses. It would also introduce open carry to Florida.
The Florida legislature’s warning shot regarding a bill that would allow guns on college campuses has caused a commotion at UF.
About 100 UF students will meet on Turlington Plaza Sunday afternoon to chalk up the campus with inspirational messages and Bible verses to show love to those who need it most on Valentine’s Day.
An inch too close.
The right to carry arms generally should not be infringed, except in limited places deemed sensitive. Florida defines these “places of nuisance” as airport terminals, courthouses, prisons and some government buildings. These places inevitably are protected by metal detectors and security guards due to their sensitive nature. Under these circumstances, a common citizen could be expected to accept a temporary forfeit of his rights knowing that, in return, these sanctuaries provide reasonable measures against danger.