Campus | Student Life
A truck arrived on the Plaza of the Americas on Monday offering to pay students $1 to watch a four-minute video for animal rights.
With the Reitz Union construction set to continue until 2015, some UF students, faculty and visitors are considering the project an ear sore.
With students cramming for midterms, a new app has launched in the United States to take the edge off studying.
UF has been selected as the next university to help spread happiness.
For students whose post-graduate plans are pending, a new website is offering Gators a venue to market their skills for potential jobs.
Christopher Abeleda spent most of his first semester at UF playing basketball with his friends. He spent the entirety of the following semester in the hospital.
A war on the Web may seem harmless: no blood, no sweat, no tears. Yet, when malware can infiltrate and dismantle a nuclear facility in Iran from thousands of miles away, a whole new battlefield has opened for combat.
Syllabi for all UF courses can now be found on one consolidated Web page, just in time for class registration.
More than 20 percent of undergraduates in 2008 had at least one child — but less than 10 percent completed their bachelor’s degrees within six years, according to a Wisconsin Financial Aid study recently in the news.
Online classes may be changing education, but students’ study habits are not.
Some UF students received an email from the Career Resource Center that was out of the norm Friday night.
As Alachua County schools are getting classes into full swing, teachers and staff at the Horizon Center — including UF graduates — are working against the odds.
Kristen O’Brien goes to a class knowing she won’t receive credit. The 21-year-old English senior doesn’t need the class for her major and isn’t enrolled in it.
Dear baby freshmen, I know starting college can be a stressful and exciting time; there’s so much information coming at you, and you’re constantly meeting new people. And in case you were wondering, your doe-eyed expressions make you stick out like a sore thumbs, but for the most part, that’s OK.
More than 600 students can say goodbye to bland bedrooms.
A local driver’s education agency, which frequently teaches international students how to drive, recently received a fleet upgrade.
Rachel McGovern’s campaigning paid off.