After canceling Spring Break, UF administration is urging faculty to suspend classes and exams for two days this semester to avoid student burnout.
UF alumni not only missed the chance to walk up the stage and celebrate the culmination of their studies, but some also had to unexpectedly replan or readjust their career plans.
The plans for mandatory COVID-19 testing was unveiled by UF Health’s Dr. Michael Lauzardo
The first of a two-day UF Board of Trustees meeting Thursday, the board’s first in person since June, was dominated by timetables for COVID-19 vaccines, the specifics of mandatory testing and what UF will look like as students return to campus.
Hundreds of students workers will earn new wages in 2021
The university’s case total is quickly approaching Clemson’s, the current highest according to The New York Times
Douglas won 49% of the vote after leading a campaign focused on sustainability and climate change
From struggling to make friends to being unable to engage in online courses, UF freshman navigate college in unconventional ways
From the Phillips Center to the living room, Soulfest performers showcase their talent at this year’s 20th anniversary.
Residents tell stories of rooms that don’t fit advertised floor plans, unwelcomed spiders and unexpected fire alarms
With 2020 graduations still postponed, the class of 2021 is wondering what’s in its future