Thanks to a nearby Taco Bell, high percentage of female students and low number of male vocal groups, UF is moving up in the rankings.
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Carol Massey wakes up every Thursday and waits to hear the grocery ads read over the radio. The Gainesville resident, who is blind, depends on the program to know where she can go to save money.
Enticements of free food and merchandise when applying for credit cards could be a thing of the past if a consumer advocacy group has its way.
Students in the market for an eyelash, a stormtrooper costume or a faux boyfriend may not need to look further than their computers.
The next time you see people listening to iPods, they may not be listening to the latest hit song. There's a chance they may actually be in the middle of reviewing for their next big test.
UF researchers are hoping stem cells found in human bones can relieve patients' suffering from the painful effects of heart disease.
Former and current staff members of the Alligator celebrated the newspaper's second century Friday and Saturday.
Heather Ray has a unique opportunity given to few new professors in UF's physics department.
It is hard to look Stuart Muller in the eye.