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Barb Thomas is happy to welcome both friends and strangers into her yellow 1976 Ford Maverick.
March 20, 1964: Albert II, the alligator mascot of UF, is “gatornapped.” University police find the gate still locked and a hole cut through the fencing at the top of his pen. A few days later, campus police receive reports of a 7-foot alligator chained to a flagpole on Florida State University’s campus.
After the pitch pipe buzzed, toes tapped to the sound of harmonious voices that carried new renditions of well-known melodies.
Crossword puzzle fans have the chance to show off their skills and compete against others all for a good cause at the Fifth Annual North Florida Crossword Puzzle Tournament this Saturday.
The space shuttle Discovery took its final voyage Thursday to the International Space Station.
The GRE will be replaced with a revised version Aug. 1, adding new question types and an extra hour to the test’s length.
A reduction in government spending could also reduce UF faculty retirement benefits.
For three credits and 150 hours a semester, students of POS4940 stroll the campaign trail, passing fliers, hanging fliers and holding signs on busy street corners.
Francis “Pat” Fitzpatrick has been kicked out of more than two dozen Gainesville City Commission meetings.
February 21, 1977: The Gainesville City Commission approves building plans for a new sports coliseum on UF’s campus, now known as the O’Connell Center, despite residents’ fears that the building will lead to serious parking problems.
While some students choose are spending their Spring Break soaking in the debauchery of sun-kissed tourist destinations, David Ames is asking Gainesville residents to spend their break making a difference in the world.
Reading naturally influences Christina Montana, and she wants to use her interest to make something that could help others.