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Fees could be reduced from $63.47 to $63.39 per credit hour
The email was sent Friday afternoon
UF faculty and the UF Board of Trustees discussed responses to the COVID-19 outbreak yesterday
Wednesday COVID-19 updates: New county case; classes offered as pass or fail; UF helping The VillagesBy Hannah Phillips , Grethel Aguila and Kaelyn Cassidy | Mar. 18, 2020
Confirmed cases continue to increase in Alachua County. Meanwhile, UF announces a grading alternative and Gov. Ron DeSantis releases information on expanding testing in North Central Florida.
Yang was going to be paid $50,000 to come to UF
Though not a requirement, it likely will be by the end of the semester, UF officials say
Nearly 50 people rallied Friday
The act was a collaboration with Wageningen University and Research
UF sets goals to become a top five school
We at National Women’s Liberation call for an end to all sexual assault and rape. One in three women at UF report being sexually assaulted, and we demand real action. UF President Kent Fuchs stated that “any occurrence of sexual assault is unacceptable” in his recent Alligator column that was a response to the Association of American Universities’ (AAU) 2019 Campus Climate survey results; and we agree. But what is he doing about it? Current “prevention training programs” are unacceptable and don’t make a difference in student safety. Rapists must be held accountable.
Despite cold, wet weather, hundreds of people felt warm as they gathered this weekend for the reopenings of the Institute of Black Culture and the Institute of Hispanic-Latino Cultures.
At the University of Florida, we have one statue of a UF president, Albert Murphree, who was our second president. We have three statues of Heisman Trophy winners: Steve Spurrier, Danny Wuerffel and Tim Tebow. And we have many, many statues of alligators.
UF law students have formed a new group called We Believe Survivors. It was created in response to the Levin College of Law’s invitation to Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas to teach a course on the religious clauses of the First Amendment in Spring 2020.