University of Florida students, faculty, staff and other Gator fans will gather on campus to watch the NCAA championship basketball game from the Georgia Dome in Atlanta. All Gator fans are welcome.
March 2007 Archive
A $1 million donation from UF alumnus Nathan Collier to the Warrington College of Business Administration was noted in the March 30 Wall Street Journal. The money will create an endowment for the Master of Science in Real Estate program. The Journal is a paid subscription so no link is available.
Linda Bartoshuk, a professor in UF’s Center for Smell and Taste, was quoted in a March 30 Wall Street Journal story about miracle fruit, a West African berry that makes everything sour taste sweet for about an hour after you’ve eaten one. The Journal is a paid subscription so no link is available.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Ten University of Florida contemporary ceramics artists explore the versatility of clay in an exhibition called “This Side Up” at the WARPhaus Gallery April 2-6. As they near the completion of their bachelor of fine arts candidacy at the College of Fine Arts, the senior students will display an exciting collection of artwork.
The recent firing of eight U.S. attorneys illustrates the fine line between politics and policy in our democracy. Whether the Bush administration did anything wrong depends on which side of the line its conduct fell. Because the evidence indicates the possibility of political manipulation of the prosecutorial function, Congress must persist in ferreting out the truth.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — The graduate real estate program at the Warrington College of Business Administration at the University of Florida is looking to enhance its national prominence with help from a Gainesville-based alumnus.