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.
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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.
Businesses must adopt environmentally friendly strategies to weather the "perfect storm" of water, energy, climate and pollution crises threatening the earth, an expert in sustainable business methods said.
Students could lose ,600 each of state funding, which would normally cover costs of their universities? academic budget, if the Florida Legislature endorses Gov. Charlie Crist?s proposed budget cuts.
UF students who moved back to campus this August returned to a semester of new professors, new classes and a new laundry system.
Despite universitywide budget cuts of ,30 million to ,34 million, UF is implementing a leadership training program for its employees that will cost ,1,000 per individual, paid for by his or her department.
Dressing appropriately for the workplace got a little bit spicier Sunday night.
Hordes of orange-and-blue-clad Gators fans marched toward Ben Hill Griffin Stadium armed with an arsenal of Solo cups and beer cans. It was just another Saturday in the Swamp.
Local residents can sign up for a plot of land to grow their own organic plants and vegetables Saturday.
Though he canceled his visit to UF in the spring, Sen. John Kerry will speak at the University Auditorium on Sept. 17 at noon.
UF will host two experts on environmentally friendly business strategies for The Business Case for Sustainability and UF Sustainability Showcase on Monday and Tuesday. L. Hunter Lovins and Bob Willard will address the ways in which businesses can benefit from eco-friendly practices. Doors will open for the first speech at 6 p.m., and speeches will begin at 7 p.m. in the Reitz Union Ballroom on Monday. As part of the showcase, nearly 30 student groups are registered to table at the Reitz Union before and after the presentation.
Some students enjoy the smell of fresh sun-dried laundry. Some students prefer to dry their laundry on a clothesline to protect against the wear and tear of the electric dryer. But, like anyone else who lives on the UF campus, Ricardo Brown-Salazar is unable to use a clothesline to dry his clothes.
It's all in a name when it comes to political parties competing in this fall's Student Government election.