Gov. DeSantis’ Phase 3 order has some businesses eager to reopen — some with safety guidelines, and others without. City officials are less hopeful
With a regulation amendment, UF is now able to furlough faculty and staff members
Students previously enrolled in online Summer classes have received unexpected tuition fees a month into the Fall semester
Reitz Union second floor voting location opened its doors for early voting Monday
The community had to adjust its most sacred holiday’s services to COVID-19
The money previously spent on a service “the vast majority of students were not using” was used to get students a stronger WiFi signal.
Saliva tests and several new on-campus testing sites are now available, but mandatory and walk-up testing still isn’t in UF’s current plans
A full-ride to UF could cost a life for recipients of the Benacquisto Scholarship.
High praises for capacity monitoring systems at campus libraries and RecSports
Professor Bruce Welt shared misinformation that gained national attention with students via UF email
The commission chair believed the violations didn’t have a basis to be heard.
The voting option some senators say would make voting safer failed in UF Supreme Court
Luke’s New York Bagels is supporting the battle against leukemia Wednesday and Sept. 30
S-U grading was offered in Spring due to COVID-19 class disruptions