Potential UF Senate candidates can start the qualifying and slating, or interviewing, processes to be on this semester's ballot Friday and can choose from several parties: Gator, Union or Change.
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Students are encouraged to donate items such as masks, hand sanitizer, disinfecting wipes and toiletries through Feb. 1 in honor of Martin Luther King Jr.
The proposed legislation will create a commission of experts to study Gainesville traffic patterns and introduce a transportation safety course to educate students.
Senate President Cooper Brown and Senate President Pro-Tempore Gabriella Zlatanoff will keep UF Senate meetings virtual until their terms end in the beginning of March.
The Board of Trustees approved new housing rate increases and were presented with the final version of a furlough policy. Trustees at Emerson Alumni Hall listened to 16 students, professors and Gainesville residents speak against in-person classes in the Spring during the second day of their meeting.
The international activist and Nobel Peace Prize winner spoke over Zoom Wednesday
UF Student Government Senate limits student involvement through drastically changed rules and proceduresBy Lianna Hubbard | Nov. 17, 2020
Five Gator Party senators co-authored the Senate bill. Gator Party has a supermajority of 75 out of 100 senators
Yousafzai will speak on life story, activism and next steps in her career
Student body president announced a parking ticket forgiveness day in his State of the Campus Address
Some students received their ballots late and some not at all
About 6,000 students voted in Student Government elections – 3,000 less than Spring 2019
These Lakeside and Murphree residents chose not to run with any parties.
The commission chair believed the violations didn’t have a basis to be heard.
The voting option some senators say would make voting safer failed in UF Supreme Court
Student Government elections will have early voting for the first time in modern history, but the details of the process remain unclear.
Nye will be paid $35,000 in student fees for the hour-long virtual event