UF Athlete Intervenes In Alleged Rape Behind Bar DumpsterA University of Florida linebacker, who is from South Florida, is credited with helping to rescue a 19-year-old woman allegedly raped behind a bar near campus in Gainesville.
UF Researchers Breed "Finding Dory" Fish In CaptivityOne day you may be able to find a home grown "Dory" in your local aquarium store.
Gulliver's Jeff Poppell Hired As Florida's Associate Swimming CoachGulliver Prep aquatics director and head swim coach Jeff Poppell has been hired as associate head coach at the University of Florida.
Hurricanes And Gators To Open 2019 Season With Game In OrlandoCall it a rivalry renewed. A deal has been finalized that’ll set up a showdown between the University of Miami and the University of Florida on the football field for the first time since 2013.
UF Religion Professor Gets Probation In Video Voyeurism CaseThe former chair of the University of Florida's religion department has been sentenced to five years of probation for secretly recording a teenage girl.
State's High Court Will Not Hear Challenge To UF Gun PolicyIn a victory for the University of Florida, the state Supreme Court on Tuesday declined to take up a dispute about whether guns should be allowed in university housing.
No Stand Outs As Florida Looks For New QB StarterThe University of Florida's four-man quarterback competition will stretch into fall camp, and it's anyone's guess who will emerge as the starter.
Next Senate President Puts Focus On UniversitiesSen. Joe Negron announced Monday he will take a four-day "listening tour" of state universities.
Rivals UF & FSU Pull April Fool's Day PrankTwo rival Florida universities worked together to pull off an elaborate April Fool's Day prank.
UF Medical College Receives Brain Tumor Research GrantThe University of Florida's College of Medicine has received a million dollar grant for brain tumor research.
Campus-Carry Bill Poised For House ApprovalThe House is expected to vote Wednesday to allow people with concealed-weapons licenses to keep carrying guns while strolling on college and university campuses.
$16M Given To Florida Groups For Cancer ResearchA number of Florida organizations are getting money for cancer research and tobacco-related diseases.

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