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With drama rivaling that of U.S. elected officials and a budget bigger than some small cities, UF Student Government can be exciting and intimidating for new students.
From scuba diving in Devil's Den to raising bee colonies, UF students can take advantage of courses that could potentially spark newfound passions.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled against affirmative action at colleges in a landmark case Thursday.
UF Transportation and Parking Services will begin to issue citations on university- and department-owned vehicles that don't follow safety regulations starting July 31.
UF Board of Trustees Chair Morteza “Mori” Hosseini supplied Gov. Ron DeSantis with a golf simulator and private flights, according to a Washington Post article.
Senators spoke about issues surrounding bipartisanship, legislation and nominations that were or weren’t approved, and statements made at previous public comment sessions.
UF President Ben Sasse announced Diane Whitmore Schanzenbach as senior adviser to the president for academic excellence and associate provost in a press release Tuesday.
About 100 people attended and participated in Santa Fe’s Juneteenth event, remembering Black ancestry and celebrating freedom.
UF President Ben Sasse announced Scott Angle as interim provost in a press release Thursday.
UF Student Body President Olivia Green issued an executive order recognizing Pride Month and supporting LGBTQ students at a June 13 Senate meeting.
Student Body President Olivia Green believes pride should be celebrated all year round, but she said June is a special month recognizing the individuals who fought for the queer community, honor their experiences and continue to advocate for their rights.
UF President Ben Sasse announced William Inboden, a former Senate campaign donor and close friend of Sasse, as the new director for the Hamilton Center for Classical and Civic Education in a press release Monday.
Santa Fe College senior Apoorva Bangalore Raviprasad, an astrophysics major, left India for the United States in 2022, feeling confused about how the future would unfold and struggling with her identity.
The UF Graduate Assistants United peacefully protested the closure of graduate housing in Maguire Village and University Village South with a final “no-pool pool block party.”