Sitting outside of a coffee shop, Hanna Moerland sipped from a cup of tea and reflected on her state of reverse culture shock.
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This story is the first in a three-part series on the trend of "going green."
He started in elementary school with fist fights and marijuana joints.
A city with no "help wanted" signs, zero classified ads and no applications. A desk covered in backed-up bills and a car with an empty tank of gas. A passing dream of a loyal paycheck.
Benjamin Hebblethwaite stared at Martin Luther King Jr.'s famous words from his "I Have a Dream" speech displayed on the computer screen.
Josh Kaplan waited in line for six hours when the iPhone came out in June 2007 and was able to get one the same day.
Putting pain into words can be difficult.
The night ended with a rhythmic reggae beat pulsing through thick, humid Florida air.
Most people have to get oil changes every three months.
Stephen Cypen said it took him about 30 seconds after seeing a letter from UF\'s Documentary Institute to make the decision to donate $200,000 for an upcoming film about a Holocaust victim.
When it comes to filming documentaries, Boaz Dvir and Rebecca Goldman are fast learners -as fast as 60 mph.
Patty Dingman and Anuk do not miss an episode of "Grey's Anatomy."
When Stephanie Yelverton woke up after the first one, she couldn't remember her own name. The seizure had scrambled her mind so thoroughly that she didn't recognize the face of her worried mother waving to her as the doors of the ambulance closed her inside.
With the whip of a colorful sari, the beat of an African drum and the fluttering wave of a fan, UF dancers held their audience spellbound with every kick, twirl and back flip.