While some internships lead to suits, briefcases and conference rooms, Natasha Collazos ended up at the Institute of Hispanic-Latino Culture, the home of her internship and upcoming art exhibition.
Better late than never, the UF chapter of a national engineering honors society is holding an unveiling ceremony Friday for its monument a year after its installation.
Suit up! Despite its rather lackluster finale one year ago (still salty over that one), the television show “How I Met Your Mother” still holds a place very near and dear to my heart. “HIMYM” taught me the correct way to pick up someone at Midtown, it showed that “revertigo” is alive and well, and most importantly, a lower-back tattoo of a butterfly is not a good idea. So whether you’re watching from your couch or at your own version of MacLaren’s, get ready for a night that will be LEGEN — wait for it — DARY.
A UF organization is reopening the channels for conversation on the prominent issue of sexual violence.
About 30 people gathered Saturday night for the To Write Love On Her Arms’ UF chapter’s benefit concert.
While we’re all used to shows like “House of Cards” and “Orange Is the New Black,” it’s about time we pay our respects to one of the earlier Netflix binge-watching extravaganzas: when the fourth season of “Arrested Development” premiered on Netflix after being canceled in 2006. While the fourth season took some adjusting to — even Gob might not have watched it on a dare — the cult classic holds a special place in our hearts nonetheless. So, for all those who miss watching possibly the worst family in America and need a way to justify failing exams, here’s a game that’ll leave you saying: “I’ve made a huge mistake.”
Gov. Rick Scott honored a UF student for her work to improve education for underprivileged students.
While many students will be running to the beach for Spring Break next week, a student-run brass quintet will be performing in Jacksonville and the Florida Keys.
UF is highly ranked for its sports, academics, research and now for its electronic dance music scene.
A local cat rescue group will be fixing its 45,000th cat this weekend.