College’s technical rescue team
saves calf from sinkhole

John Haven, Josh Fleming and off-duty Alachua County Sheriff's Office deputy Brandon Jones are shown digging a hole large enough to allow access for a rescuer and safe extrication of the fallen calf. (Photo by Brandi Phillips)

John Haven, Josh Fleming and off-duty Alachua County Sheriff’s Office deputy Perry Coon are shown digging a hole large enough to allow access for a rescuer and safe extrication of the fallen calf. (Photo by Brandi Phillips)

April 2016

The Million Cat Challenge aims to prevent euthanasia of 1 million shelter cats. (Debbie Aldridge/UC Davis)

Million Cat Challenge reaches landmark

The Million Cat Challenge celebrates reaching halfway mark on April 11, noting 500,000 cats have been saved

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Faculty honored for research accomplishments

Select members of the college’s faculty were honored for their research accomplishments during Phi Zeta Day.

The rescued calf, after having been reunited with its mother. (Photo by Brandi Phillips)

UF team rescues calf from sinkhole in Newberry

The college’s Large Animal Technical Rescue Team successfully hoisted a calf from a sinkhole, saving its life.

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Events promote mental, physical health, children’s cause

A variety of student events held in late March were aimed at enhancing wellness awareness while raising funds for a good cause.