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A top 5 banner is seen on Buckman Drive on Thursday, Oct. 14, 2021.

Top 5 banner thieves strike again

Nineteen banners boasting UF’s No. 5 status were hung on lamp posts around campus Sept. 12. By the next day, 14 of them had disappeared, said Mark Helms, assistant vice president of facilities services.

Construction on UF campus along Museum Road shutters bus routes and commutes across the university.

Part of Museum Road may open by October, multiple UF construction projects still underway

Road closures are still a major concern for the UF community, as construction is still underway under UF’s Campus Landscape Master Plan and other projects slated to continue for at least another year. Reasons for road closures range from underground piping replacement to new campus structures, which have resulted in altered routes and ways of transportation for many.

The front entrance of the James W. “Bill” Heavener Football Training Center Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2022.

UF balances exclusivity, program competitiveness with new $85 million football complex

As Florida comes off the high from Saturday’s win, players can use its new football complex to continue training between games. The new James W. “Bill” Heavener Football Training Center is part of an effort to match the dominance of Southeastern Conference rivals Alabama and Georgia, both on the field and, more importantly, on the recruiting trail.

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