Curtis Reynolds, UF’s vice president of business affairs, announced his resignation in a news release Wednesday morning. His departure comes after a series of shakeups in top level leadership at the university since President Ben Sasse took office in February.
Garrett Shanley is a third-year journalism and history major and The Alligator's Fall 2023 university administration reporter. In his free time, Garrett can be found watching Wong Kar-Wai movies and brooding.
The Chabad UF Jewish Student Center was vandalized early Friday morning with “anti-Semitic graffiti and hateful slurs,” according to a Chabad UF press release.
A UF pro-Palestinian student group could see a future victory in a courtroom against top Florida education officials after it cited First Amendment rights against a statewide order calling for the deactivation of its group.
A pro-Palestinian student group sued UF and state officials Thursday to block the Gov. Ron DeSantis administration’s order to shut the group down.
UF faculty share mixed reviews about Sasse’s strategic vision for tuition changes, post-tenure reviewBy Garrett Shanley | Nov. 13
UF faculty have expressed a mixture of support, skepticism and disdain for UF President Ben Sasse’s vision for the university’s future.
New state rules limit bathroom access at Florida universities, remove sociology class from general educationBy Garrett Shanley | Nov. 10
University faculty and staff could be fired for using restrooms that don’t align with their sex assigned at birth under a new state regulation.
After nine months on the job, UF President Ben Sasse was officially inaugurated as the university’s 13th president.
University leaders, including UF President Ben Sasse and Board of Trustees Chair Mori Hosseini, gathered outside the $150 million building Nov. 3 under an overcast sky and drizzling rain with its namesake, UF alumnus and Software Company NVIDIA co-founder Chris Malachowsky, for a ceremonial ribbon cutting.
UF faculty express concern over state proposal limiting ‘social activism,’ banning DEI funding at public universitiesBy Garrett Shanley | Oct. 30
A newly proposed state regulation, if approved, will dictate how public universities implement Senate Bill 266, a sweeping set of higher education reforms signed into law by Gov. Ron DeSantis in May. The regulation would finalize DeSantis’ nearly year-long campaign against diversity, equity and inclusion programs at Florida universities.