UF's Student Senate completed its annual reapportionment hearings Tuesday night in preparation for the fall Student Government election. Several colleges and living districts will see slight changes in representation.
Florida's real estate market is stabilizing compared to a bleak outlook nationwide, according to a recent UF study.
Eric Keys received a ,9,000 grant Friday from the National Science Foundation to study the physical and social impact of Hurricane Dean on the southern part of Mexico, according to a UF press release.
For Gainesville City Commissioner Jeanna Mastrodicasa, the stars have aligned.
A recent survey of UF faculty members shows most feel positively about their working relationships.
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences' ,4 million accruing debt will be gone within two years, according to a CLAS official.
For nearly 1 million Americans, type 1 diabetes can cause blindness, increases the risk of heart disease and decreases life expectancy.
Steven Nguy came to the second annual Department of Recreational Sports open house to sign up for club tennis and Frisbee. But he wound up signing up for break dancing and Tae Kwon Do as well.
Christian churches have evolved from communities to corporations, according to a book written by a UF English and advertising professor.
UF students who want to fix a flat or mend faulty brakes might face a wait if they use Student Government's bicycle-repair program.
University Police Department has a 45-minute program that may save your life.
Over the past year, UF's Student Health Care Center has treated 43 students without billing them.
Near a ginkgo tree planted in his memory, family, friends and co-workers gathered by Frazier Rogers Hall on Tuesday morning to try to make sense of McNair Bostick?s death.
Administrators plan to use a new hiring tool to recruit diverse faculty for 15 new high-demand positions at UF.
For some UF students, even the routine task of receiving a syllabus on the first day of class has already been complicated by universitywide budget cuts.