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UF’s diverse campus eateries sure to satisfy any hunger

Published: Mar 28th, 2007

The University of Florida offers so many diverse choices in restaurants, there’s no need to look any further the next time you’re searching for something to eat.

UF faculty given mentoring awards

Published: Mar 28th, 2007

Five faculty members have been recognized by the University of Florida for their work as advisers to Master of Fine Arts and doctoral students.

UF’s cultural venues abound in little-known places

Published: Mar 28th, 2007

A look beyond the Cultural Plaza near 34th Street reveals plenty of art venues nestled throughout the University of Florida campus. Whether you’re searching for a different way to pass time between classes or simply want to explore something off the beaten path, opportunities exist to view a wide range of artistic talents in unexpected yet convenient places.

UF student strives to enrich lives of Ugandans through books

Published: Mar 27th, 2007

After a summer research trip to Uganda led him to discover the country’s great need for educational resources, University of Florida geography doctoral candidate Joel Hartter decided to do something about it by helping to establish a foundation to support libraries in rural villages in the western part of the country.

UF’s diverse campus eateries sure to satisfy any hunger

Published: Mar 20th, 2007

The University of Florida offers so many diverse choices, there’s no need to look any further the next time you’re searching for something to eat.

UF’s first venture in India focuses on sustainable architecture

Published: Mar 13th, 2007

When Matt Demers stepped off the plane in India, he immediately knew he was in a place unlike anywhere he had ever seen.

Overhaul of UF’s piano fleet goal of Steinway Initiative

Overhaul of UF’s piano fleet goal of Steinway Initiative

Published: Mar 6th, 2007

When Boris Berman sits down this week to perform at the University of Florida’s fifth annual Steinway Festival, he will adjust his coattails and position his bench at a 9-foot concert grand Steinway & Sons piano.