The UF Board of Trustees unanimously voted to support a development plan that will shape the university and Gainesville community for 50 years.
UF’s bicycle lanes and number of bike racks helped qualify the university for a national distinction.
UF researchers are planning to help workers in the agriculture industry stay safe.
More than two dozen Christmas trees and wreaths will be auctioned off to raise $50,000 for children’s health care over the next three days.
A group of 59 students stood side-by-side on Turlington Plaza on Wednesday night and recited the Hail Mary prayer.
The UF Health Shands Rehab Hospital is hosting its first art festival for people with special needs.
UF President Kent Fuchs has joined more than 350 college and university presidents in signing a statement supporting a program that shields those brought to the U.S. illegally as children from deportation.
The updated Food Safety Modernization Act, signed into law by President Barack Obama in 2011, intended to promote food safety by creating new regulatory guidelines.
Fall graduates will celebrate their commencement in the newly-renovated Stephen C. O’Connell Center in December.
Former Florida Gov. Bob Graham and UF alumnus Chris Hand told about 100 people Tuesday night that they have the power to change the government.
A $75,000 sculpture purchased by the Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art was taken by Homeland Security Investigations officials last week.
The husband-and-wife band Us the Duo will perform at UF on Friday.
Forest land near Hume Residence Hall is being cleared for Greek housing.
On Friday, Tatyana Kornilova, 18, laid down next to about 50 others in the Fine Arts Courtyard and laughed for 30 minutes.