Hawthorne Middle/High School, located at 21403 SE 69th Ave., has been a “D” school for several years.
UF administrators, concerned students and Gainesville city commissioners will come together today to stage an “intervention.”
Daniel Steigleman looks forward to the day he can get to class without getting soaked first.
‘Disappointed and outraged’: UF, Gainesville react to Trump tweets barring transgender people from militaryBy David Hoffman and Sara Marino | July 26, 2017
Gainesville resident El Farley-Barratt remembers the military during “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.”
Gainesville city officials hope that in the future citizens will be able to cast votes for city commissioners in late summer instead of spring.
Ned Comm was thrilled when he found out his son Nolan wouldn’t have to pay for tuition or fees at UF because of the newest update to the Bright Futures Scholarship Program.
Last week on “The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer,” Republican Rep. Ted Yoho said it was understandable that the president’s eldest child, Donald Trump Jr., met with a Russian lawyer for information about former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton during the 2016 presidential campaign.
UF will soon be the first public Florida institution to offer a doctorate degree in occupational therapy.
Filed under the name of two recent graduates, a lawsuit is demanding the state of Florida pay UF more than $155 million for unfulfilled donation matches.
UF President Kent Fuchs said he plans to increase the faculty at UF by 500 people within the next few years.
Jenn Spencer, a volunteer from All Cats Healthcare Clinic, interacts with Scarlett, a 1-year-old spotted hyena, at Carson Springs Wildlife Conservation Foundation on Saturday. The conservation held its first Spring Safari Saturday, an event that allowed visitors to roam the grounds without a tour guide.
From left: Bradley Treuherz, a 21-year-old UF computer engineering junior, Anthony Colas, a 21-year-old UF computer engineering senior, Sergio Puleri, 20-year-old UF computer science junior, and Max Fresonke, a 21-year-old UF computer engineering junior, compete at SwampHacks on Saturday. The team won second place for their program, which recognizes people's faces and plays their favorite song.