More than 20% of applications were submitted on day of the deadline
With regular exposure to the virus and unmasked partiers, student workers fear returning home could put their immunocompromised family members at further risk
The MCAT, LSAT, GMAT and more are looming over the heads of prospective grad students.
US reports over 1.1 million COVID-19 cases this week, Florida reports over 55,000
Several vaccine developers are reporting over 90% efficacy in clinical trials and rollout could start in December
Students are either isolated at home or distanced from peers in labs — COVID-19 tests are encouraged, but not mandatory
The plan was announced at a UF Faculty Senate meeting Thursday
The international activist and Nobel Peace Prize winner spoke over Zoom Wednesday
Joseph Hernandez Hall has lost Hernandez’s name, though UF won’t say why
UF Student Government Senate limits student involvement through drastically changed rules and proceduresBy Lianna Hubbard | Nov. 17
Five Gator Party senators co-authored the Senate bill. Gator Party has a supermajority of 75 out of 100 senators
UFDI hosted a webinar Friday in honor of Nov. 14 World Diabetes Day
Every school ranked higher than UF has had some sort of mandatory testing at one point or another, with the notable exception of the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, which was nationally humiliated for its failure to control the virus.
CWC funding criticisms have compounded as students express dissatisfaction with the state of the program
UF students, partnering with Tampa students, gather donations to ship to Honduras in the aftermath of Hurricane Eta
Alligator alum Matt Marriott remembered as a fearless and gifted photographer by his friends and family
Douglas won 49% of the vote after leading a campaign focused on sustainability and climate change
‘The level of inhumanity is just unbearable’: Nigerian faculty and students speak up on police brutality in their home countryBy Kalia Richardson | Nov. 13
With social unrest in the country, Nigerian students and faculty are advocating for solidarity within the Black community.
“The Office” writer and Ryan Howard character spoke over Zoom Thursday night
Alachua County Public Schools and Gainesville offices will be closed Thursday