The UF community is invited to the Lighting of the Holiday Gator from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. today on the lawn of the University Auditorium near the corner of Newell Drive and Union Road.
UF President Ben Sasse, Ph.D., will lead the countdown to the ceremonial lighting of the sculpture, which will glow with orange and blue LED lights throughout the remainder of the academic year, until Dec. 16.
The Stephen C. O’Connell Center will host its annual Craft Festival Dec. 2-3, featuring authentic creations by talented artisans and crafters.
Receive free admission to the “Butterfly Rainforest” and “Antarctic Dinosaurs” exhibits, as well as 10% off in the museum gift shop.
Explore new releases and other giftable books on topics such as Florida history, the arts, literature, cooking, gardening and more.
SKY Happiness Retreat is an 11-hour self-development and life-skills training program offered to faculty & staff at over 100 universities across the country.
Click here to read President Sasse’s inaugural address and watch a recording of the full ceremony.
Join ComPsych’s webinar on Nov. 13 at noon for strategies to improve family communication.
Throughout the months of November and December, the UF community can enjoy a variety of festive events to get us into the spirit of the holiday season. Check out the following upcoming events and promotions right in our backyard — and don’t forget about UF’s GatorPerks discount program as you plan your holiday shopping, travel and entertainment.
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First Magnitude will release a special brew called “Night Life Black IPA,” highlighting nocturnal insects like Io and luna moths.
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