After spending time in the village of Sand Sloot, South Africa, a UF student is taking action and raising money to help the students of the poverty stricken village.
At first glance, it doesn't look like a robot.
UF's chapter of Pi Lambda Phi fraternity is prohibited from philanthropies, intramurals and socials this semester following charges of underage drinking and marijuana possession at an unauthorized party in August.
As shoots of blue bamboo wave outside his office window, Don Goodman sits at his desk and pets his daughter's pug puppy with his left arm.
Football is a main distraction for many UF students during the fall semester, but last week, another traditional fall diversion arrived to tempt students from their books.
UF's newest research institute is located about 80 miles away from campus on the southern outskirts of St. Augustine in Marineland, an incorporated town.
Editor's Note: This is the second story in a three-part series on students who completed military service in the Middle East. Part Three will run Thursday.
Editor's Note: This is the first story in a three-part series on students who completed military service in the Middle East. Part Two will run Wednesday.
(Scott Robertson / Alligator Staff) An excavator machine that fell into a large pit behind the Mechanical and Aerospace Building B this weekend is retrieved by two winch-wielding tow trucks. Recent rainfall caused the earth beneath the excavator to give way, allowing the machine to slip into the pit and sink into the mud. The tow trucks, along with several workers, were successfully able to retrieve the machine.
Fall semester marks the final stretch of a four-and-a-half-year journey for Adrianna Rodriguez, a UF senior who will graduate in December. On graduation day, she will walk across the stage, shake the hands of beaming administrators and collect diplomas in history and journalism.