Steven Nguy came to the second annual Department of Recreational Sports open house to sign up for club tennis and Frisbee. But he wound up signing up for break dancing and Tae Kwon Do as well.
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UF students who want to fix a flat or mend faulty brakes might face a wait if they use Student Government's bicycle-repair program.
Christian churches have evolved from communities to corporations, according to a book written by a UF English and advertising professor.
Over the past year, UF's Student Health Care Center has treated 43 students without billing them.
University Police Department has a 45-minute program that may save your life.
Administrators plan to use a new hiring tool to recruit diverse faculty for 15 new high-demand positions at UF.
Near a ginkgo tree planted in his memory, family, friends and co-workers gathered by Frazier Rogers Hall on Tuesday morning to try to make sense of McNair Bostick?s death.
For some UF students, even the routine task of receiving a syllabus on the first day of class has already been complicated by universitywide budget cuts.
Thomas Hall was not Husam Wahdan?s first choice. Because he turned in his housing paperwork late, he was assigned to one of the two non-air-conditioned residence halls on campus. The freshman and his roommates tried to cool themselves with fans in the windows but still had trouble sleeping in the heat. But relief was just around the corner.
UF?s Student Senate kicked off its first fall meeting Tuesday night by reviewing the progress of Student Body President Ryan Moseley?s first 100 days in office and featuring some guest speakers.
The lobby at the Shands Florida Surgical Center on 34th Street will smell like solid cherry wood and new paint until it?s up and running.
By spring 2008, students looking for a place to chill in the Reitz Union will have more than the circular blue couch at the first floor entrance, according to one Reitz Union official.
Standing in Turlington Plaza with a plastic stars-and-stripes top hat on his head and a voter registration form in his hand, it's hard to tell if Frank Bracco is sweating from the blazing afternoon sun or the stress of so many excuses.
Hungry UF students without cash and a low balance on their Gator 1 Cards have a new payment option for on-campus dining, according to Student Government officials.
Adam Recvlohe has waited a year for what he wanted, and now it's here. After lobbying Student Government and UF administrators, Recvlohe was able to make the American Indian and Indigenous Studies minor a reality at UF this semester.
It took Megan Fleming several days to add the basic statistics course she needs for her minor. The freshman theater major made three attempts to register with ISIS each day, but the class was full each time.
With the season-opening football game against Western Kentucky University set for an unusually early and dangerously hot 12:30 p.m. Saturday, the University Athletic Association has urged fans to find ways to cool down.