Current Gators

Meet Warren


Warren Burgher, of Miramar, is a 4th year Mechanical Engineering major.

We asked, “What has been your most memorable UF memory?

Out of all of my accomplishments and memories at the University of Florida, I can say that being a member of the 2012 Preview staff is my most memorable. Being a member of this amazing team of individuals helped me to not only grow professionally, by surrounding myself with such profound leaders, but also personally through interactions with a wide variety of people from various walks of life. In addition to the amazing team that I was a part of, another reason why I cherish my experience as a preview staffer so much was the opportunity that it gave me to give back to a university that has played such a pivotal part in my life for the past couple years. There was nothing better than being able to teach incoming students to gator chomp or to be able to hear them scream “GO GATORS!” at the top of their lungs. Preview is unique in the fact that it gave me the opportunity to impact incoming students and instill in them the same spirit and love for the University that I have.

December issue of Zion magazine

Click here to read the monthly publication of the Gator Chapter of the National Association of Black Journalists.

Zion Magazine Dec/Jan

Meet Courtney


Courtney Coleman, of Homestead, is a 1st year Journalism major.

Growing up in Miami, I loved reading magazines (my favorite is ESSENCE magazine) and writing short stories, something I have been doing since the age of 5. A few months before graduating from South Dade Senior High, and shortly before being admitted into UF, I attended Destination Gainesville, after which I decided to become a Gator. As a first-year print journalism student, I am also a member of the Gator chapter of National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) and a Florida Opportunity Scholar. In the future, I hope to continue my experiences in journalism, and eventually make a career in print journalism, preferably at a women’s magazine.

Meet Kadeem 

Kadeem Robinson, of Palm Beach, is a 2nd year Computer Hardware Engineering major with a minor in Entrepreneurship.

He is involved in several student organizations, such as Black Student Union and National Society of Black Engineers. He also volunteers with the Office of Academic Support. Kadeem has proven himself a leader as he holds three executive board positions and still finds time to mentor 13 freshmen. He has a passion to lead others in the right direction and tries to set a good example for younger students.

After undergrad, Kadeem plans to earn his Masters in Computer Hardware Engineering and become an entrepreneur.

Students Unveil November Issue of Zion Magazine

Click here to read the monthly publication of the Gator Chapter of the National Association of Black Journalists.


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