Uber Memoirs: Meet Crappy Carlos and more

2nd installment of Uber Memoirs by Noah Towbin, Illustration by Grace Dooley Hello, loyal readers. I am back this week with a number of new, thrilling, and ridiculous stories collected from Uber drivers right here in our eclectic, college-town home of Gainesville. That being said, this second installment of “Uber Memoirs” is going to be … Continue reading Uber Memoirs: Meet Crappy Carlos and more

A Look into the Honors Pre-Health Study Abroad Program

Story by Joyce Jiang f you are a pre-health student looking to study abroad in Southeast Asia, you have probably already noticed a few things. First, not many UF sponsored study abroad programs exist in Southeast Asia, and second, only one of those is a pre-health focused study abroad program: UF in Thailand. UF in … Continue reading A Look into the Honors Pre-Health Study Abroad Program

‘Little Women’ Review: A Fresh Take on a Classic Story

Story by Miranda Ingram Greta Gerwig’s 2019 “Little Women” is a fiercely heartfelt adaptation of the 1868 novel by Lousia May Alcott. Although over the years the story has been adapted into multiple movies and even a musical, it somehow feels fresh and different in this most recent remake.  Gerwig, the writer and director, is … Continue reading ‘Little Women’ Review: A Fresh Take on a Classic Story

Lost Youth

Poetry by Gina Crespo Cardinals and mockingbirds perch  on the dense bark of an orchid tree. The one outside my childhood window. The one that left me bruised  like decomposing mangoes  in the springtime sun  or featherless birds displaced  from their nest.  Crumpled pages covered in smiley faces  and crude butterflies lay next to worn … Continue reading Lost Youth

Coming Soon to Honors: A Residence Hall for the Community

Story by Emma Schindler Over the past few years, the push of University of Florida officials to propel the school into top-five status has been mounting. A pleasant outcome of their efforts, however, potentially brings a major benefit to the Honors community. Amidst a $2.2-billion dollar facelift project to the university is the tentative plan … Continue reading Coming Soon to Honors: A Residence Hall for the Community

Short Story: The Dilation and Constriction of Time

Story by Vivianne Wagner, Illustration by Grace Dooley Isn’t it astounding how some moments seem to drag on forever, while others appear to end immediately? It’s as if time moves on a dilation continuum, sometimes zooming in and blowing up moments in intricate, excruciating detail, other times zooming out into the distant regions of irrelevance. … Continue reading Short Story: The Dilation and Constriction of Time