In a less-traveled corner of the UF campus, something smelled funny. A sign that read “SEWAGE SPILL AREA/DO NOT ENTER/STAY OUT OF WATER” was removed from the side of Surge Area Drive last week, according to UF spokeswoman Janine Sikes.
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UF is anticipating about 2,200 new students taking classes this summer, said UF spokesman Steve Orlando.
Student Government plans to install six cellphone charging stations across campus this week.
Library West began the new semester with new hours, and students have been adjusting accordingly.
The first time Bryan Agostini gave blood, he went with a group of friends when a collection truck came to his high school.
Even if UF students aren't satisfied with their academic experience, at least they enjoy the atmosphere.
Crime on campus from Oct. 16 to Oct. 26 was heavy in terms of theft and also included a few narcotics-related violations, according to the University Police Department's "http://police.ufl.edu/media/crimelog/default2.asp" target= "_blank">campus crime log.