GAINESVILLE — May 1 would be a national holiday honoring a forgotten martyr against slavery if the rapidly growing anti-racist movement has its way, a new University of Florida study finds.
April 1999 Archive
GAINESVILLE — Consumer confidence in Florida dropped four points in April, reflecting less faith in both national economic conditions and personal financial health, University of Florida economists report.
The preliminary index for April dipped to 103, five points lower than February’s 15-year record high, said Chris McCarty, survey director with UF’s Bureau of Economic and Business [...]
GAINESVILLE — With cap-and-gown season about to get under way, a University of Florida researcher says a booming economy is yet another item to add to the list of stresses today’s college students are feeling from such things as the fear of AIDS, dysfunctional families and binge drinking.
GAINESVILLE — Other states aren’t so lucky, but when beachgoers in Florida dig their toes in the sand this summer, they may be glad to know many of the state’s shores are in little danger of washing away — and some are even getting larger.
GAINESVILLE — If buyers don’t see a critic’s thumbs up or down, number of stars or colored circles when looking for the latest movie or gadget, they would be wise to avoid the product altogether, a new University of Florida study finds.