Tag Archives: university of florida
Posted on 15. Oct, 2012 by Melanie.
Lucy Van Pelt once said: Try not to have a good time…This is supposed to be educational But I dare you, I double dog dare you NOT to have a great time at the exhibit Peanuts…Naturally: Charlie Brown and Friends Explore Nature. The exhibit from California is currently at the Florida Museum of Natural History [...]
Posted on 08. Oct, 2012 by Melanie.
Interested in working on Gator Growl? In it’s 89th year University of Florida Gator Growl, the nation’s largest student run pep rally, would like to extend an invitation for YOU to become a part of this tradition. Gator Growl 2012 features the theme United We Growl which honors our nation’s veteran’s. Gator Growl will be [...]
Posted on 08. Aug, 2012 by Melanie.
We couldn’t be prouder of our University of Florida Gator Marching Band. They are the first-ever, non-British marching band to perform at The Mall in front of Buckingham Palace and the only American band in attendance at the Olympic games. Here’s a glimpse of their adventures from the 2012 London Olympics – INCLUDING welcoming First [...]
Posted on 06. Aug, 2012 by Brianna.
Interesting study areas, inspiring volumes, and a hideaway location. The Architecture and Fine Arts Library (also known as AFA) at the University of Florida is a great hideaway for higher learning. Across from our CMC property The Courtyards and wedged between Little Hall and the Architecture Lawn in Fine Arts Building A, The AFA Library [...]
Posted on 18. Jul, 2012 by Brianna.
Cover Photo by Filipe DeAndrade/INsite Magazine Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park offers 22,000 acres of Florida wetlands, along with a great opportunity to experience nature and get active. The state park is a perfect place for a quick, family trip that shows the area’s topography. Photo by Visit Gainesville Paynes Prairie has been a part [...]
Posted on 16. Jul, 2012 by Franklyn.
Summer classes are underway and that means it’s time to hit the books again. These days, studying in your Gainesville apartment room doesn’t cut it. Personally I find the need to be surrounded by studious people to stay motivated. Luckily it’s not hard finding a place to study. One of the places you may want [...]
Posted on 09. Jul, 2012 by Brianna.
Class can be exhausting and staying on campus is sometimes a necessity! That said, we made a list of places to take a rest when it all becomes too much. Pillows not required, oversized book bags to lean on encouraged. Scenic Route If you want to take in the fresh air and feel the warmth [...]
Posted on 25. Jun, 2012 by Anne.
Though your Gainesville apartment may be quiet and cozy for study time, there are some awesome advantages to getting work done on campus. The University of Florida Education Library, located at 1500 Norman Hall, offers so much more than just books and journals. The library offers research guides, access to course reserves, printing and copying [...]
Posted on 29. Mar, 2012 by Melanie.
We ended the month of March at the University of Florida’s 2012 Spring Housing Fair. Armed with our AwesomeLife swag, #MadeinGNV hashtag and a bunch of mustaches; we unloaded at the Reitz Union, ready for the swarm of students. The plan for the booth was born over this sketch during lunch with neutral7 design group. [...]
Posted on 16. Jun, 2011 by Melanie.
If you’ve rumbled by Frat Row recently you may have seen lots of action happening around SW 3rd Ave and 13th Street. Well, we’re pleased to announce that we have added uber-student property The Courtyards to our portfolio of property managed sites. If you’re a freshman or new student looking for the easiest commute to [...]