Editor’s Note: This is the first of two articles, which explain the constitutional and local amendments on Tuesday’s ballot.
Near the glowing lights at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, far from the tailgaters playing cornhole by Norman Hall and blues music by Library West, Gators fans cheered just before 7 a.m. Saturday.
UF’s student population might reflect the trend of young women on hormonal contraceptives being less likely to use condoms, even after they stop using the contraceptives.
When Kat Worden heard there was a cat trapped under sealed grates near Bryan Hall on UF’s campus Monday, she went home to get a crowbar.
Guys in button downs and girls in heels gawked from outside the strip’s clubs and bars as Gonzalez and a few hundred other runners sprinted across UF’s campus and down University Avenue wearing garments like bras, boy shorts and boxers Friday night as part of the 15th Great Underwear Dash.
Female students in science, technology, engineering and math fields experience gender bias when applying for jobs, according to a recent Yale University study.
The African spiny mouse could become a new base for regenerative medicine research in mammals, said Ashley Seifert, a 36-year-old Department of Biology postdoctoral fellow at UF who worked on the study.
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development’s annual “Education at a Glance” report, which studies the education systems of countries across the world, showed it costs a U.S. student between $116,000 and $117,000 to pursue a college degree, including direct costs and a calculation of possible wages lost while in school.