The hospital’s Child Life Program is working with volunteers, student organizations and community donors to provide the young patients with candy, costumes and fall-themed crafts.
Elena is a second-year journalism major with a minor in health sciences. She is currently reporting on University news for The Alligator. When she is not writing, Elena loves to work out, go to the beach and spend time with her friends and family
More than 7,000 people packed into the O’Connell Center as Gator chomps rippled through the crowd followed by the classic “It’s great to be a Florida Gator” chant. These were both demonstrations of what homecoming week is all about: tradition.
A total of 8,299 votes were cast, an increase of 35% from last Fall’s 6,130 ballots. Results were announced in person for the first time since COVID-19 hit in Fall 2019.
A $600 educational expense allowance from the UF Bookstore acts as a deferment option for students to use as a loan to be paid back once financial aid has been disbursed. Many students mistook it for the $600 received from Bright Futures.
After 578 days, roughly a year and a half, in darkness, the McGuire Pavilion Black Box Theatre was illuminated by spotlights once again. On Sept. 16, The School of Theatre and Dance at UF presented “Dog Act”, the school’s first live in-person performance since February 2020.
With flags raised high and heads bowed low, demonstrators arrived at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium Saturday in remembrance of the lives lost on Sept. 11, 2001.
Student Government Supreme Court rules to change future ballots, clarify the consequence of a non-voteBy Elena Barrera | Sep. 10
In a case brought to the Supreme Court Sept. 9, Communist Party president Alfredo Ortiz brought his concern to the judges that the current design of the ballot is misleading and should be altered.
After a year of social distancing, cancelled tailgates and half-capacity crowds, Gator fans from far and wide packed the Swamp on Saturday for the first game of the season against the FAU Owls.
‘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
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.