The Alligator found three cases of current and former UF employees with medical issues facing alleged resistance from their supervisors since 2019. These employees, who were not tenured, faced two propositions: medical leave or unemployment.
Más de 200 republicanos del condado de Alachua abandonaron el partido desde la semana del ataque al Capitolio de los Estados UnidosBy Lianna Hubbard , Corbin Bolies , Kevin Maher and Valeria Pagnani | Feb. 1, 2021
Entre el 8 y el 20 de enero, 147 personas en el condado de Alachua abandonaron el Partido Republicano, según datos del Supervisor de Elecciones del condado de Alachua.
For Alachua County, the weeks following the insurrection marked the largest departure from the Republican Party in the past year, pointing to an uncertain future for the party following the Trump presidency and the start of Joe Biden’s presidency.
UF administration added a feature to its GatorSAFE app where students can report teachers for conducting in-person classes online. UFF-UF, the university's faculty union, believes this violates their collective bargaining agreement.
City and county activist groups gathered outside Gainesville City Hall Thursday night to protest the far right after Trump supporters stormed Capitol Hill on Jan. 6. Demonstrators also called for District 3 Rep. Kat Cammack's resignation, though she issued a statement Wednesday condemning the violence in D.C.
The School of Architecture’s longest-tenured faculty member, Kuenstle was known for his strong commitment to both his professional and personal lives. He served on the board of the Florida Foundation for Architecture, became the state board director of the American Institute of Architects and contributed to numerous architectural publications — all while building a family with his wife and 17-year-old son.
The plans for mandatory COVID-19 testing was unveiled by UF Health’s Dr. Michael Lauzardo
The Board of Trustees approved new housing rate increases and were presented with the final version of a furlough policy. Trustees at Emerson Alumni Hall listened to 16 students, professors and Gainesville residents speak against in-person classes in the Spring during the second day of their meeting.
The first of a two-day UF Board of Trustees meeting Thursday, the board’s first in person since June, was dominated by timetables for COVID-19 vaccines, the specifics of mandatory testing and what UF will look like as students return to campus.
Union leaders say measures to protect faculty and staff members aren’t suitable enough