The Alligator newsroom is lined with its history. The best issues, framed, hang over editors’ desks. The sagging couch where I nestled for the past 16 print nights seems pulled out of an estate sale, or an abandoned frat house. Closets contain stacks of our recent issues and proud collections of novels written by Alligator alum.
Lianna Hubbard is a reporter for The Alligator’s Investigative Team. The UF women’s study major began as a freelance reporter three years ago. She founded her community college’s award-winning newspaper before beginning at The Independent Florida Alligator. See an issue in your community or a story at UF? Send tips to her Twitter.
The state and city stayed stubborn about the road for decades. Driver-oriented politicians and businesses in fear of losing customers fought city planners to keep the roads wide and fast. And even when Gainesville made efforts to protect pedestrians, Florida state agencies shut down redesigns to the state-controlled road.
Más de 200 republicanos del condado de Alachua abandonaron el partido desde la semana del ataque al Capitolio de los Estados UnidosBy Lianna Hubbard , Corbin Bolies , Kevin Maher and Valeria Pagnani | Feb. 1, 2021
Entre el 8 y el 20 de enero, 147 personas en el condado de Alachua abandonaron el Partido Republicano, según datos del Supervisor de Elecciones del condado de Alachua.
For Alachua County, the weeks following the insurrection marked the largest departure from the Republican Party in the past year, pointing to an uncertain future for the party following the Trump presidency and the start of Joe Biden’s presidency.
Senate President Cooper Brown and Senate President Pro-Tempore Gabriella Zlatanoff will keep UF Senate meetings virtual until their terms end in the beginning of March.
Accent Speakers Bureau, a UF Student Government agency, hosted Riggle over Zoom Wednesday night in its final Fall event.
Some students have an easier time finding spots with fewer on campus
Hundreds of students workers will earn new wages in 2021
“21 Jump Street” and “Step Brothers” actor will discuss comedy after COVID-19, his Marine Corps service