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Tracey Chace witnessed what she said was a horrific sight: A maintenance man driving a gas-powered John Deere Gator to pick up trash.
It's not cool to discriminate against people solely based on sexual orientation, according to members of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Affairs, who held a welcoming picnic Wednesday on Plaza of the Americas.
Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, started Wednesday night and lasts through Friday, but classes still go on as scheduled.
(Jeremiah Stanley / Alligator) Freshman Jamie Whalen uses a telescope fitted with a protective filter that allows her to look at the sun Wednesday afternoon. The telescope was placed on the Reitz Union North Lawn by the Undergraduate Astrophysics Society as part of the Student Organization Fair.
UF has become the first American university to receive a grant from the European Union to house a Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence.
As Gators fans anticipate kickoffs, distract their opponents and celebrate touchdowns, Ben Hill Griffin Stadium becomes a loud place.
UF students will have a chance to voice their opinions on coffee and the homeless in addition to voting for 47 student senators during the fall election.
During the Student Senate meeting Tuesday, about 15 members of the Pro-Life Alliance took to the lectern to address their concerns about the upcoming speech of Dr. Jack Kevorkian.
Reduce, reuse, recycle. Even though you've probably heard it since third grade, the age-old mantra still holds true for businesses.
UF will continue advertising for five of its 15 new faculty positions, despite Gov. Charlie Crist's proposed cut of the ,5 million recently given to UF by the Florida Legislature to fund those hires.
In observance of the sixth anniversary of Sept. 11, more than 900 people pledged good deeds at the Good Deed Mitzvah Marathon.
Students looking for their daily newspaper have been playing guessing games with the lockboxes containing it since spring 2007, according to one Student Government official.
Since the qualifying round for potential student senators ended Tuesday, the Gator and Progress parties will soon begin their three-week campaigns.
The back-and-forth battle between two UF students fighting for the right to the Swamp Party name came to a close Monday night.