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Gainesville residents discuss the Syrian refugee crisis and how it is affecting nations like America. With more than 4 million Syrian refugees abroad and 7 million internally displaced, the world is feeling the burden of the Syrian refugee crisis.
While the Gators secured a 31-24 win in a bowl rematch against East Carolina University, Florida coach Jim McElwain was not happy with how some of his player’s conducted themselves.
In an effort to keep fans safe on game day, the University Athletic Association and the College of Engineering have partnered to have students develop brackets that will be used to fix seats in Ben Hill Griffin Stadium.
FSU student Rebekah Hargrove and Florida Carry, Inc. filed a lawsuit against the school after the university prohibited Hargrove from leaving her firearm in her car during last weekend’s football game.
University of Florida researchers have begun developing mouthguards aimed at monitoring player vitals, including concussions, dehydration and heat stroke. The mouthguards are in the prototype phase, and researchers hope to begin testing next year.
Researchers have found a church in St. Augustine that is believed to be part of the Nombre De Dios Mission, which was the longest lasting mission in the Southeast dating back to 1587.
Gainesville chef Bert Gill has a cookbook promoting local and organic recipes. Passionate about local food, he hopes to put his community on the map.
It was a good night for Jim McElwain, winning big in his debut game as head coach for the University of Florida Gators.
A year after campus assaults, the University of Florida prepares safety measures for game day. Last year’s updated precautions are still in place after the three unsolved assaults, with the exception of UFPD’s Walk Safe Student Escort Program.
After surviving cancer, Gainesville native Hanna Peterson is attending the College of Medicine at UF. She hopes to use her personal experience to help her compassionately deal with patients.