The first violation of the order will result in a $125 fine
In a virtual conversation, Prince Royce urged students to invest in their future
In a video Friday, UF President Kent Fuchs declared the need for more face-to-face classes, citing state funding
Gator Growl staff and contestants prepare for their first virtual leadership pageant
Phi Delta Theta, Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Theta Chi were placed on interim suspensions due to COVID-19 violations. Delta Gamma, a sorority, was placed on a limited activity directive.
When the COVID-19 pandemic forced classes online and sent students home, many were left with an unprecedented amount of free time. For some, that time was used to take summer classes or learn new skills. But for others, it was used to bring to life goals they’d been dreaming of for years or spontaneous passion projects.
Looking at the benefits and challenges and how students feel about it
This story was translated by Kristine Villarroe.
UF’s Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences to end use of prison labor after push from activistsBy Kalia Richardson and Alan Halaly | Oct. 9
The Coalition to Abolish Prison Slavery announced Thursday that the UF IFAS will stop using prison labor as of Sept. 30
Accent Speakers Bureau, Student Government Productions and Hispanic Heritage Month are hosting the event.
Empathy and understanding: keywords for students and professors this semester
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.
Following the Gators’ win against South Carolina Saturday, students and fans celebrated at bars and watch parties