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TALLAHASSEE - The Florida Board of Governors voted at a meeting Thursday to increase tuition at the state's 11 public universities by 5 percent this spring.
The Gators have won conference titles in both basketball and football, and now they're hoping to add one for community service.
With an unexpected rise in gas prices this fall and a declining housing market, Florida's consumer confidence is expected to continue to dip despite a one-point increase to 79 out of 100 this month, according to a UF report.
(Jeremiah Stanley / Alligator) Students participating in a Flashmob UF event on Turlington Plaza on Wednesday wave their arms like robots. A flashmob is a group of people who assemble at a predetermined time and place to create a random display of cooperation.
On Turlington Plaza Wednesday afternoon, in the shadow of his big white sign, Joey Johnsen said goodbye.
Florida's Board of Governors will decide how much of a tuition increase to impose on Florida's 11 universities at a meeting this morning in Tallahassee.
When Backinathan Aruldas arrived in America after a tear-filled, two-day flight from Chennai, India, he went straight to Shands at UF.
Yellowed manuscripts, books, journals and other critical archival materials that document the life of a controversial Brazilian priest are being exhibited on the second floor of George A. Smathers Library.
UF's Student Senate shifted its focus from politics to the environment at its Tuesday night meeting.
A UF student was taken off life support Monday afternoon after spending more than two weeks in Shands at UF without brain activity.
If the word "tricycle" conjures up images of the shiny red model from childhood, think again.
The outcome of the fall Student Government elections on Oct. 2 and Oct. 3 might not be a surprise if past elections are any indication.
SFCC students have the chance to intern for a Florida senator - if they survive "The Interns."
Tasers have been used 17 times in University Police Department incidents since summer 2001, according to the UPD spokesman.
In the name of school spirit, some students would give the shirts off their backs.
Nations collided on Hume Field on Sunday as students competed for a gold-colored cup and the right to be called champion of the Americas.