Rep. Ted Yoho sat down with UF students Wednesday to discuss a program that offers college opportunities to low-income and first-generation students.
Gov. Rick Scott granted in-state tuition to veterans Monday in hopes of making Florida the most military-friendly state, and UF military members are saluting the efforts.
Putting money on March Madness brackets may make fans go a little bit madder, experts say.
College students are getting fit, tan and now financially responsible to prepare for their Spring-Break getaways.
UF students are using Facebook to broadcast the many Gator faces that support Venezuelan student protesters.
Just after the second anniversary of the Interstate 75 crashes that claimed 11 lives, the Florida Department of Transportation is gearing up to start a road-improvement project to better warn drivers of traffic congestion, heavy fog and smoke.
The UF Student Health Care Center reordered a limited amount of flu vaccines for students in response to severe local cases.
Even though this flu season has brought an increase in life-threatening cases to Alachua County, the health department provided vaccinations for a record number of the county’s children.