This story was translated by Kristine Villarroel
UF PaCE students ready to transition on-campus remaining online
“COVID has given us the opportunity to innovate and do something different.”
How can an actor imagine themself to be in outer space, while their roommate sits across from them and the refrigerator hums loudly two feet away?
We thought it. We know you thought it too—but sadly, it wasn't meant to be.
With 2020 graduations still postponed, the class of 2021 is wondering what’s in its future
Students quarantined on campus for the first two weeks of the semester faced problems with transportation, testing, obtaining food, lax security and dirty communal kitchens and bathrooms in dorms
I would like to propose that UF allocates a portion of our per-credit-hour tuition fees to upgrading the internet routers for those professors who are expected to lecture online from their homes.
While AAVE words and phrases, “sis,” “lit” and “on fleek” have become popular online, many Black students who speak AAVE aren’t understood and sometimes even ridiculed by teachers
In spite of resentment in the Gainesville community, UF students, faculty and alumni continue to embrace their natural styles
I woke up, fell out of bed, dragged a comb across my head and found my way downstairs to urgent care.
On Aug. 26, Dr. Michael Lauzardo gave a thoughtful answer when asked if UF’s opening would cause COVID-19 to spread, and what steps the university would take to mitigate the impact. In the two weeks since, much has changed, and my worries have only grown — COVID-19 has spread rapidly within the Gator Nation including a 23.9% positive test rate at the Student Health Center. Testimonies of dead end contact tracing, students afraid of or refusing quarantining and testing, and lack of proper guidance for positive cases have raised issues that need immediate attention, not just from UF Health and administration, but from the powerful decision makers on the Board of Trustees and the Office of the Provost Joe Glover.
The lawyer, professor and women’s rights activist talked with UF professor over Zoom
IFC announced Zoom chapter meetings and filmed house tours
The dynamics of roommate relationships are being transformed due to online classes and COVID-19