The university will host four listening sessions in the next two days as a part of the search for the next president. Faculty and students can provide input on qualities they want the presidential search committee and board of trustees to keep in mind Monday and Tuesday.
Anushka a third-year journalism and women’s studies major. She has been previously published in Local Wolves Magazine and is the Editorial Director at Rowdy Magazine. In her free time she likes to listen to old Bollywood music and learn about/obsess over other writers’ “processes” whenever she feels like she has no idea what she’s doing (which is often).
UF Health Shands Psychiatric Hospital faculty and volunteers spurred conversation about wellness by adorning the walls of 34th Street with a mural representative of mental health. The painting commemorated Mental Health Awareness month and Mental Health Action Day Thursday.
On Aug. 1, Gov. Ron DeSantis’ law limiting how race is discussed in workplaces and classrooms — known as the “Stop WOKE Act” — will go into effect. UF students and professors find it difficult to see a future where critical thinking and academic freedom can still be practiced.
The search for UF’s next president has begun, and graduate students remain frustrated they are not represented on the Presidential Search committee.
Kava Gator, Gainesville's newest kava bar, serves kava, kratom, blue lotus and other botanical substances with sedative effects in their teas and coffees.
“Ski Weekend,” the debut novel from lawyer-turned-author and UF alum Rektok Ross, is set to debut Oct. 26.
California rock band Wavves will be playing their first show in Gainesville at High Dive Oct. 16.
With the recent resurgence of live music, Gainesville venues are adapting to COVID-19 protocols while keeping the spirit of concerts alive. These venues are tailoring the concert experience to the ongoing pandemic by instituting rules that will keep audiences as safe as possible.
The Big Big Swap Meet returned to Heartwood Soundstage Sept. 19 to introduce locals to the many small businesses that Gainesville has to offer, showcasing a variety of local vendors and small businesses.