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    I remember chicken wings the size of my fist and very cool waitresses who gave us tons of free shit. I'm afraid the 80s were the pinnacle of partying in G-ville...and most places.
     



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    As spoiled as we are, that's still pretty crazy good. The Fall semester is a bit tougher for us.

    That's right, all nine Florida sports playing right now are ranked in the Top 10, including three that are ranked No. 1 in the country. Florida wasted little time sharing the accomplishment via its social media platforms, and deservedly so.

    The teams ranked in the Top 10?

    No. 1 Baseball
    No. 1 Softball
    No. 1 Women's Tennis
    No. 2 Lacrosse
    No. 2 Men's Track
    No. 5 Women's Track
    No. 6 Women's Golf
    No. 9 Men's Golf
    No. 9 Men's Tennis
     
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    University of Florida president to be appointed to National Science Board
    University of Florida·Monday, September 19, 2016
    President Barack Obama on Friday announced his intention to appoint University of Florida President Kent Fuchs to the National Science Board - NSB, the body that oversees the National Science Foundation (NSF).
    Fuchs is the only NSB member from Florida.
    “I am grateful for the opportunity to play a role in our nation’s support of science and engineering research and education,” Fuchs said. “When members of the UF community are able to serve in this way, it increases our university’s visibility and influence.”
    The NSB comprises 25 members appointed by the president. The NSF director is an ex officio member. Members serve six-year terms. With the exception of the NSF director, one-third of the board is appointed every two years. NSB members are drawn from industry and universities, and represent a variety of science and engineering disciplines and geographic areas.
    The National Science Board has two roles. First, it establishes NSF policies within the framework of applicable national policies set forth by the president and the Congress.
    Second, it serves as an independent body of advisers to both the president and the Congress on policy matters related to science and engineering and education in science and engineering. In addition to major reports, the NSB also publishes occasional policy papers or statements on issues of importance to U.S. science and engineering.
    “These fine public servants bring a depth of experience and tremendous dedication to their important roles. I look forward to working with them,” Obama said in the White House news release.
    Fuchs, who has been UF’s president since January 2015, is a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, and the Association for Computing Machinery. He holds a B.S.E. from Duke University, a M.Div. from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, and a M.S. and Ph.D. from the University of Illinois.
     
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