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Tuesday, December 06, 2022

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Florida Alligator

The Alligator stands with The Battalion - and all student print journalism

On Thursday, Feb. 10, The Battalion, Texas A&M’s student newspaper, was told by university administration to shut down their print edition. The 129-year-old student publication has been printing their paper since 1893. Texas A&M President M. Katherine Banks has demanded it ceases.  If it doesn’t move exclusively online, The Battalion will be stripped of its resources, including their office space and faculty advisor.  Texas A&M administration is censoring student journalism. That is unacceptable. 

Florida Alligator

UF’s COVID-19 policies have left us in the dark

We’ve been reporting on COVID-19 since the pandemic hit in March 2020. Our reporting uncovered UF’s failures to respond to concerns of students, faculty and the greater community. We uncovered problems with UF’s covid dorms, UF testing and careless protective measures. The Alligator has remained committed to providing updated information on changing UF policies and COVID numbers on campus.  However, we took down our COVID-19 dashboard Jan. 27. We lacked the data from UF, and in the interest of transparency, we feel that we owe our readers an explanation. 

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