When Solomon O’Leary lost his vision four years ago, he never thought he’d run errands alone.
A UF student received a research grant from the Weed Science Society of America for her work with invasive species.
Edward Hiraldo was anxious about how his “nappy” hair would be received by a crowd of about 100 students Tuesday night.
Kaitlin Thorp was walking through Turlington Plaza when she stopped at a map and tried to locate Syria. She put her small pin on the country that sits between Turkey and Iraq.
Angela Rye knows the U.S. is moving toward two societies: one black, one white, and she’s exasperated.
Jeraldine Williams faced silent racism as the first African American student in UF’s College of Journalism and Communications from 1963 to 1967.
Ella Zsembik smiled in a sequined dress as she took a picture Friday night with her favorite UF football player, quarterback Feleipe Franks.
Alissa Adam learned the Arabic word, “Salam,” or “Peace” in English at an Islam Fair booth Monday.
Ralph Chamberlain has seen a disease sweep over his citrus grove like a cancer.