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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.
Andre Smith has a staff of eight, a Samsung BlackJack that constantly rings and the responsibility of handling dollar figures most college students have never imagined.
Editor's Note: This is the second story in a three-part series on the drinking culture of Gainesville.
For about every 11 white students who cross the stage at UF's commencement ceremonies, there is one black student receiving a diploma.
Laying in the sand with a Corona in hand is the essence of Spring Break for some students.
Editor's Note: In the online film "Barackula," the Barack Obama character is not a vampire.
EXPERTS, COUPLES STRESS THE IMPORTANCE OF COMMUNICATION.