Their venue burned down in Boone, N.C., They played to a crowd of more than 100. They played to a crowd of less than 10. They were greeted by a shotgun-wielding man in the mountains while attempting to find another venue, a house party thrown by people on house arrest.
In the midst of a political frenzy surrounding the 2008 presidential campaign, UF's Bob Graham Center for Public Service turned the focus from the candidates to the media.
Members of the Gators football team paced the sidelines of UF's Norman Field on Sunday. They could only watch as a football flew from one end zone to the other. This time, it was not their game.
Heisman Trophy winner Tim Tebow is a man with a cause. But it's not a national football championship - at least not this time.
UF's campus buzzed with a younger generation of students Saturday for two educational competitions: the Florida Blue Key Math Invitational and the Southeastern Consortium for Minorities in Engineering Inc. Regional Olympiad for engineering.
Students passing by Library West may find themselves stumped by a new public art display constructed from tree parts and installed Sunday.
In response to the UF Warrington College of Business eliminating its entrepreneurship minor this fall, the Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation ambassadors hosted an "Entrepreneurship for Dummies" workshop Tuesday night at Stuzin Hall.
E-mails sent across the country Thursday with subjects such as "The Love Train," "You Stay in My Heart" and "Valentine's Day" could have been harmful traps for the computers of those who opened them.