Douglas won 49% of the vote after leading a campaign focused on sustainability and climate change
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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
The contract wont cure COVID-19 but it may help to combat the spread, said one creator
They are known as “ghost passengers.”
In America, there is a very strong relationship between students and their university. We work hard to get into college, so that we can pat ourselves on the back when we make it.
You belong in college. And there’s nothing wrong with you if you don’t feel that way. I’ve been in a similar place too, like I’d somehow duped the admissions committee into letting me past the gate. It can be so easy to fall into that spiral of self-doubt, that feeling of being out-of-place among “better qualified” classmates. I get where that comes from, and if you feel that way, I can’t emphasize enough how wrong you are.
For a college senior like me, the beginning of the Fall semester is a time to look forward, consider job prospects and tie up loose ends academically. It is also a time to reflect on experiences, good and bad, from the last three years. As my journey at UF has shown, a semester or two in college can alter the course of your life.
The club aims to be the first on campus to focus on national environmental policies
A new UF-sponsored course will teach adults of all ages the art of saying goodbye.
A UF alumnus will study Chinese history in London next Fall.