Roselle Derequito started feeling sick a few weeks ago. She had a fever and a mild headache — nothing too out of the ordinary.
As a result of the Florida Legislature’s special session in June, the UF board of trustees Committee on Finance and Facilities made adjustments to several spending plans at their meeting Friday.
The day UF admissions released its decisions for freshmen applications was the day Stephanie Latour had been waiting for. UF was her dream school, and she couldn’t wait to see the results.
For children at the Reichert House, discipline and routine are what their teachers aim to instill in them daily.
The alcohol education tutorial incoming students are required to complete received a major upgrade this semester.
Gainesville breweries were more crowded than usual Wednesday, as craft beer lovers celebrated the lift of Florida’s ban on 64-ounce growlers, the most popular size of to-go containers for craft beer.
When Damian Gonzalez woke up to the news Friday that the Supreme Court had struck down bans on same-sex marriage, his first reaction was to call his aunt.
The leftover cooking oil from those fried Oreos and Twinkies at the Alachua County Fair last week will likely end up fueling a truck or electrical generator.
UF Levin College of Law did not follow the national trend of cutting the size of its entering class this year.
Kendra Phillip (left), 22-year-old UF health education graduate, and Athena Wong, 19-year-old UF accounting sophomore, sign a giant card for Roselle Derequito at Blaze Wednesday. Derequito's sorority, alpha Kappa Delta Phi, held a fundraiser to raise money for her medical expenses.