It’s been more than a month since Mark Law’s termination as UF Honors director, and UF administration still hasn’t begun a formal search for a new one.
Christian is a fourth-year history major. In the past, he’s served as the Editor-in-Chief of the Valencia Voice. He now covers the University Administration for the Alligator. In his free time he likes reading and nodding along to Bruce Springsteen songs.
Thomas was initially arrested Sept. 9, 2020, when he was stopped by Alachua County Sheriff’s Office Drug Task Force deputies on I-75 in Gainesville.
Mark Law and UF administration are publicly at odds about the nature of his termination. Honors students say they were confused about the nature of Law’s firing, and some faculty who already distrusted the administration rallied to Law’s cause.
Ed Book and James Ingle from District 2, as well as Dejeon Cain and Casey Willits from District 3, will face off in a runoff election Nov. 8. Bryan Eastman won the District 4 race.
The director of UF Honors Program was fired Monday. He said he wasn’t given an explanation by the Board of Trustees.
In light of recent cases of sexual assault on and around the UF campus, The Alligator listened to the stories, explored the resources and followed the trends affecting students.
World-renown historian publishes book through Library Press@UF detailing Cuba's history through stamps
Persona responsable de vandalizar el cartel del Instituto de Cultura Negra sigue siendo buscado por UPDBy Saira González and Christian Casale | Oct. 22
El vandalismo ocurrió el martes a las 11:37 p.m. según UPD. Dos boletines de información policial compartieron fotos de los sospechosos parados en la calle afuera de UFIBC y la policía está pidiendo ayuda a la comunidad para identificar y encontrar a los sospechosos.