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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.
Culling through everything I’ve read about the new year, articles usually include two things: resolutions and motivational quotes meant to inspire readers to follow through with said resolutions for at least a month. These articles don’t exactly represent creative and original ways to look at the new year, but you know what they say. “You can’t know where you’re going until you know where you’ve been.”
The UF Student Senate approved the first reading of the activity and service fee budget for the 2015-2016 fiscal year on Tuesday.
Teresa Turner said she remembers watching the donations arrive faster than she could count them.
Brélan Eytan Moritz, age 29, passed away Saturday, April 18, 2015, in Gainesville, Florida. He was born in Panama City, Florida, in 1985 and attended Lynn Haven Elementary, Mowat Middle School, and Mosley High School where he graduated as the valedictorian and achieved the rank of Eagle Scout. He received his undergraduate degree in Microbiology and Cell Science from the University of Florida in 2008, his master’s degree in Biomedical Engineering from UCLA in 2009, and was a PhD candidate in Microbiology and Cell Science at the University of Florida. The process for the award of a posthumous Doctor of Philosophy degree has been initiated.
The UF Collegiate Recovery Community is working to foster healthy relationships with alcohol this month.
Gainesville Police arrested a UF student early Sunday after he reportedly stabbed a man in the leg with a knife.