Hosted by The Alachua County Farm Bureau Young Farmers & Ranchers, 21 vendors sold products ranging from varieties of cheese to succulents. Food trucks supplied global cuisine spanning Cuba to Venezuela and back home with American hot dogs, barbecue and ice cream.
Alexandra is a senior journalism major reporting on Science/Environment for The Alligator. Her work has appeared in The Gainesville Sun, and she filed public records requests for the Why Don't We Know investigative podcast. She has a passion for the environment.
To honor National Alzheimer’s Awareness Month, Oak Hammock Retirement Community at UF hosted a Music & Memory event Nov. 5. The organization uses music to help residents recall specific memories linked to songs that span across every era and genre.
To introduce students and other attendees to the worldwide United Nation Conferences of Parties, about 50 attendees tuned in Sunday to the Campus Climate Corps Conference.
Oak Hammock partnered with Rendever, a virtual reality platform, to offer a 360 immersive experience that transports residents anywhere they want to go.
World leaders will gather at the United Nations Climate Change Summit while UF students hold their own virtual conference from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Oct. 31. Florida Commissioner of Agriculture Nikki Fried and Orlando Rep. Anna Eskamani will be among the presenters.
The UF Board of Trustees approved the Central Energy Plant Project in June to the dismay of some staff and students. Protesters booed the board’s approval, which they said was made over Summer when many students were off campus due to the COVID-19 pandemic
The City of Gainesville Zero Waste Subcommittee, a leg of the city commission, addressed the city’s zero waste goal and updates to its solid waste ordinance at a meeting Aug. 31. The initiative follows the principle of eliminating all discharges to land, water or air that are a threat to planetary, human, animal or plant health.
‘Estresante’: los investigadores de la UF proyectan que el brote de COVID-19 Delta alcanzará su punto máximo a fines de agosto o septiembreBy Alexandra Harris , Saira González and Elena Barrera | Sep. 1, 2021
A medida que los estudiantes regresan al campus para las clases de otoño, UF se acerca a un pico promedio de casos de siete días comparable al de enero, que fue uno de los más grandes desde el inicio de la pandemia COVID-19.
On Aug. 16, students settled into their second week at P.K. Yonge with more than 10 pro-mask demonstrators at the entrance at about 7 a.m. Because the school is affiliated with UF, masks remain optional.
A State Board of Education order gave ACPS and the Broward County School Board 48 hours to comply with statewide guidance to make wearing masks in public schools optional. Although there may be potential losses and consequences, ACPS chose to reject the guidance.