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P.K. Yonge Performing Arts to present Broadway favorite ‘West Side Story’

Published: February 27 2015

Sharks and Jets are coming to Gainesville!

O’Connell Center renovations postponed one year

Published: February 25 2015

Proposed renovations to the Stephen C. O’Connell Center originally scheduled to start in March have been postponed for one year, the University of Florida and the University Athletic Association announced Wednesday.

Buses need a spring break, too

Published: February 25 2015

In conjunction with the collegiate school schedule, RTS will be running its annual Spring Break Reduced Service schedule between Saturday, Feb. 28 and Sunday, March 8.

Pepsi UF Sustainability Challenge focusing on compost education

Published: February 25 2015

Now through March 1, students are invited to submit ideas on how to educate Reitz Union patrons about the importance of post-consumer composting as part of the 2015 Pepsi UF Sustainability Challenge. Submissions will be vetted internally for feasibility and cost, and the top projects will then be presented for public voting. The winning idea will be funded and implemented through a grant from PepsiCo.

New UF summer program lets high school students get hands-on with Florida's past, present, and future

Published: February 24 2015

This summer, 24 rising high school juniors and seniors will learn about the humanities as they explore the cultural history, environment and diversity of north central Florida.

Recognizing Gators that made a difference

Published: February 20 2015

Nominations and self-nominations are now being are accepted for the Center for Leadership and Service 2015 University of Florida Impact Awards.

Can a city be not crowded enough?

Published: February 19 2015

Residents of Manhattan and other densely populated urban areas might welcome small parks and open spaces as a respite from the pervasive concrete and asphalt, but a Yale Law professor says these urban oases have plenty of downsides.

Early childhood advocates to speak at Pugh Hall Monday

Published: February 19 2015

David Lawrence and Vance Aloupis will discuss the history and progress of the Children's Movement of Florida at 6 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 23 in the Pugh Hall Ocora.

UF named a top producer of Fulbright U.S. Scholars for 2014-15

Published: February 19 2015

Once again, the University of Florida is a leader among the nation’s colleges and universities for its number of Fulbright U.S. Scholars, according to an announcement from the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.

Providing those who served with an opportunity to thrive

Published: February 18 2015

From a construction company in Detroit, to a cleaning service in Tampa, to an engineering firm catering to government agencies in Jacksonville, veteran-owned enterprises are flourishing with the help of an innovative entrepreneurship program at the University of Florida.

Clearing a path for climate change

Published: February 17 2015

Columbia University law professor Michael Gerrard, who essentially “wrote the book” on climate law in the U.S., will speak Friday, Feb. 20 at 3:30 p.m. in the Champions Club at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium.

Notable speakers highlight Holocaust conference

Published: February 17 2015

The Center for Jewish Studies at the University of Florida presents "Writing Retribution: Holocaust Justice and its Meaning," an international conference, on Feb. 21 and 22.

Global Gator Nation

Published: February 17 2015

The UF International Center hosted the spring 2015 Study Abroad Fair under a tent on a chilly, rainy Wednesday at the Plaza of the Americas.

UF survey shows Floridians want to conserve water, but not if it costs too much

Published: February 16 2015

Floridians remain concerned about water and are willing to make changes to conserve it, at least until their efforts cramp their lifestyles, according to an annual University of Florida study on state residents’ attitudes about this precious resource.

What happened to the dinosaurs? Find out by attending free lecture.

Published: February 12 2015

The Florida Museum of Natural History will host a free presentation with paleontologist Timothy Rowe at 7 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 16 as part of the 2014-2015 Phi Beta Kappa Visiting Scholars Program.

Public relations students open door to stable housing

Published: February 10 2015

A group of UF students have come together to promote the importance of affordable, stable homes.

UF-sponsored elections forum will explore voting reforms

Published: February 10 2015

Experts from Florida and across the country will discuss streamlining elections to ensure greater voting integrity – and lower costs – at a public forum Friday, Feb. 20 at the Florida State Conference Center in Tallahassee.

UF celebrates entrepreneurial spirit at inaugural Gator100 Awards

Published: February 6 2015

The University of Florida’s most innovative and emerging companies were celebrated Friday at the inaugural Gator100 Awards.

Hoops tourney to honor a Gator pioneer

Published: February 6 2015

When Steve Williams suited up for the Gator basketball team 1970, he made history. He didn’t go on to score 60 points or dazzle the crowd with amazing monster dunks. Williams’ appearance in that game solidified his place in history for one simple reason: He was the first African-American to receive a scholarship and play for the UF basketball team.

Students knock down verbal abuse

Published: February 5 2015

Sticks and stones may break bones, but words can last a lifetime.

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