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
Alachua County reports four new COVID-19 deaths and the highest number of tests recorded in one day for the countyBy Thomas Weber | Nov. 10
The county’s daily report recorded the highest number of deaths since September and the highest number of tests ever
The event is co-hosted by Student Government Productions and Reitz Programming Board
Comunidad de Vivienda y Aprendizaje para estudiantes de primera generación llega en el otoño de 2021By Lianna Hubbard and Kristine Villarroe | Nov. 10
El LLC de Primera Generación abrirá en el área de Murphree
Yousafzai will speak on life story, activism and next steps in her career
Dr. Colleen Koch named first female dean of UF College of Medicine with goals of increased collaborationBy Lianna Hubbard | Nov. 8
UF College of Medicine announced its first female dean, Dr. Colleen Koch, Oct. 30, becoming the fifth UF Health college to be led by a woman.
The online group has almost 100,000 members
Face masks have added an additional roadblock to the pathway to in-person language classes
Student body president announced a parking ticket forgiveness day in his State of the Campus Address
The center has opened its doors virtually to students who may need help with coursework
Students, you deserve to know the truth, and UF has failed to provide you with the information you need to make an informed decision about your studies before it’s too late.
Students can now schedule online getting a flu shot at different locations across campus
Like everyone in America, the trustees have a constitutional right to their personal political affiliations. The concerning aspect is rather the all-encompassing homogeneity of the Board of Trustees, and its impact on campus society. There are substantial implications for almost every aspect of how the university is run.
Many UF professors have mandated student participation and cameras to increase student engagement
The Living Learning Community will be in the Murphree Area
Brown will start in July
Transform Today event raises more than $500,000 for pediatric patients and their families, less than last yearBy Kalia Richardson | Oct. 29
Transform Today is an annual 26.2 hour student-run event where each dollar raised goes toward pediatric patients at UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital, Gainesville’s local Children’s Miracle Network Hospital.