Collections from the Allen H. Neuharth Journalism and Communications Library, which is already closed, will be housed in the six-story facility by fall.
Gainesville humanitarian Dennis “DiscoDen” Franklin said he believes there are more than 300 children just like the one he described, in Gainesville and the surrounding region, fighting for survival.
The Unified Wireless Network is a part of the larger Unified Network Project, which was developed to increase the efficiency of Wi-Fi on UF’s campus, said Fedro Zazueta, the senior director of the Office of Academic Technology and a professor in the agricultural and biological engineering department.
The term “Freemason” has been cloaked in secrecy and rumors over the years, but an Ocala Masonic lodge hopes to satisfy curiosity by hosting a rare open house.
Joel Jesse sang at the Fourth Annual Stomp the Swamp for Autism event at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, hosted by the UF Center for Autism and Related Disabilities.
Crowds marveled at Bonsai trees, Buddha statues and wooden sculptures at the grand opening of the David A. Cofrin Asian Art Wing at the Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art on Saturday.
Using three photographs, a 55-year-old video clip and $700 from the Benton Engineering Council, the UF Gator Robotics club resurrected a 7-foot robot from the past.
About 236 people attended Shaykh Omar Suleiman’s speech about American media bias toward Islam on Thursday night as part of Islam Awareness Month.
UF seniors will have one more opportunity this year to become Oscar Mayer "Hotdoggers" and travel the country in a 27-foot-long hot dog.