UF Heisman trophy winners Tim Tebow, Steve Spurrier and Danny Wuerffel are no strangers to students. Their names are mentioned in conversation, used in articles and even carved on plaques outside Ben Hill Griffin Stadium.
Marvin Andujar and Chris Crawford have been inseparable for about three years and can practically read each other’s minds. Now they have a drone that can read theirs.
As UF medical students anxiously waited in the Reitz Union Grand Ballroom to learn where they would be spending their residency training, Ryan Meral was worrying for two.
This weekend’s third annual Gainesville Modern Weekend saw an increase in event participants.
Although the weather was in the 80-degree range this afternoon, students lined up to wrap their heads in various colored Sikh turbans.
Between working full time for the military and Department of Defense and earning his bachelor’s degree, Dion Bass hasn’t had a traditional Spring Break for nearly a decade. This year will be no different.
If you’re worried about your social media presence after you pass away, don’t worry — Facebook has your back.
Paynes Prairie is usually only filled with bison, wild horses and white-tailed deer, but Saturday night, clear skies and social media brought in a record-breaking crowd, and its following traffic, to the annual stargazing event.
Joselin Padron-Rasines, a political science and international studies junior, presents the Access Party opening statement for the University of Florida Student Government Executive Debate on Tuesday in the University Auditorium. Padron-Rasines is running as presidential candidate.
Mark Lynas, an author, environmental activist and visiting fellow at Cornell University, gives his presentation, “GMOs are Green: How an Environmentalist Changed His Mind on Biotechnology” to students in the Health Professions, Nursing and Pharmacy Auditorium on Thursday, Jan. 8.