I had joined The Alligator Summer 2020 as a transfer student, about four months after the onset of the pandemic. As a digital news assistant, I reported remotely from my Miami home, and my interactions consisted strictly of text and video calls over Zoom. It wasn’t until I became a features and investigations editor in January that I began to feel the sense of community that a true newsroom fosters. I began to see The Alligator as a second home.
Gender stereotypes have led to bias from students and faculty.
The restaurant, previously located at 1642 W. University Ave. in Midtown, will be moved to 1026 SW Second Ave. in the Gainesville Innovation District, two blocks from UF’s campus. Construction will begin in the summer of 2021 and is expected to take 12 to 14 months.
With in-person, HyFlex and online classes all being offered in Spring 2021, University of Florida students look forward to moving back to Gainesville next semester.
With regular exposure to the virus and unmasked partiers, student workers fear returning home could put their immunocompromised family members at further risk
Alligator alum Matt Marriott remembered as a fearless and gifted photographer by his friends and family
‘The level of inhumanity is just unbearable’: Nigerian faculty and students speak up on police brutality in their home countryBy Kalia Richardson | Nov. 13, 2020
With social unrest in the country, Nigerian students and faculty are advocating for solidarity within the Black community.
Face masks have added an additional roadblock to the pathway to in-person language classes
Many UF professors have mandated student participation and cameras to increase student engagement
Transform Today event raises more than $500,000 for pediatric patients and their families, less than last yearBy Kalia Richardson | Oct. 29, 2020
Transform Today is an annual 26.2 hour student-run event where each dollar raised goes toward pediatric patients at UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital, Gainesville’s local Children’s Miracle Network Hospital.