Morale may be low, but community members and leaders encourage one another
The Alachua County Supervisor of Elections is in contact with law enforcement, including the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security
Anniversary of historic Achebe-Baldwin meeting at UF still has significance in today's social climateBy Yewande O. Addie | Oct. 20
This month the Center for African Studies (CAS) is celebrating a critical moment in time when the metaphorical knife of destruction was bested by a tightly woven connection between two distinguished writers: the historic meeting between Achebe and Black American literary giant James Baldwin.
The homestead exemption dominates the subtext of the last two state-wide amendments on November’s ballot
Kat Cammack and Adam Christensen compete for a seat on Florida's 3rd Congressional District
The Alligator devotes itself to serving the UF and greater Gainesville communities. For that reason, we are releasing endorsements for candidates and amendments that will appear on the local ballot as well as our recommendation for the top of the ticket in an immensely consequential presidential election.
Kayser Enneking, 61, and Chuck Clemons, 63, compete for the Florida House of Representatives District 21 seat
Anna Prizzia and Joy Glanzer are vying to represent District 3 on the Alachua County Commission
A guide to ensuring a mail-in ballot is received and counted in Alachua County
Residents have voted for the One Mill initiative every four years since 2008
Jason O’Connell, who was accused of raping a woman twice, waived his attendance at all court appearances.
No social distancing was followed with few masks
Katie Hopkins, a British conservative media pundit known for her anti-Muslim statements, was a special guest at the annual Ronald Regan Black Tie and Blue Jeans BBQ event
Cases increased by 18 students and 4 staff members this week
Learn about Amendments 1 and 4, which could change future ballot measures and language in Florida constitutionBy Anna Wilder and Steven Walker | Oct. 13
One focuses on foundational change, while the other focuses on two words
When October rolls around and the weather starts to get nippy, David Armstrong pulls out his blue tractor.
The president is hosting events in Florida just weeks after contracting COVID-19
School closures wreaked havoc on standardized testing across the state. What’s being done to address it?By Sophie Feinberg | Oct. 11
When COVID-19 shut down Florida schools in March, it also interrupted state testing and college entrance exams.