The sirens blared, the horns honked and the whistles ... whistled.
The idea that it’s “All in the Family” may seem like a notion abandoned in the golden age of the 1950s, but a UF professor is striving to teach Americans that the traditional family structure heralded as ideal doesn’t ensure picture-perfect families.
Wearing her black JanSport backpack crammed with organic chemistry textbooks, sophomore Carly Dworkin makes her weekly trip to Shands at UF to volunteer in the hospital’s emergency department.
A small cluster gathered around library employee Jami Beserock, her orange Walking Gators T-shirt signaling their usual meeting spot outside Smathers Library.
Alex Green takes his name literally. Green, a retired UF physics professor and founder of Green Liquid and Gas Technologies, showcased his new environmentally conscious invention on Sunday afternoon at the Open House and Biochar Event.