Childhood is the enjoyable stage in one’s life when hoarding a collection of soft stuffed animals is viewed as the norm. As adulthood approaches, teenagers are expected to keep only one or two plushes from their childhood.
Walker, a junior studying mathematics at the University of North Florida, is a quadriplegic, but he also does a really cool thing. He plays wheelchair rugby.
The University of North Florida (UNF) is ditching Blackboard for a new online, educational platform called Canvas.
Across from FSCJ’s Deerwood campus on Old Baymeadows Road, a locally owned Vietnamese restaurant peacefully waits to satisfy customers’ needs for a flavorful meal.
A measure to implement virtual parking decals has been approved by the University of North Florida.
The Ospreys brought home six individual, first-place medals at the Atlantic Sun Conference Championship meet at Hodges Stadium, but the team fell just short of gold with a second-place finish.
Summer B is still a few weeks away, but Ospreys can soak up Jacksonville’s nightlife until then.
The Budget & Allocations Committee, with four voting members, approved $5,081 in travel requests in the first committee meeting of the summer semester.
Running barefoot may not only be good for the sole, but for your memory too. A new study conducted by University of North Florida (UNF) researchers found that running barefoot for about 16 minutes improved working memory by 16%.
Chance The Rapper is proving nominative determinism wrong. “Rapper” is a limiting term for him, just like it was for Andre 3000.
At the intersection of Herschel and Margaret Street in Five Points sits a southwestern restaurant as warm as the region its cuisine reflects.
Senior Corbin Olmstead is still in contention for the John Olerud Two-Way Player of the Year award after the watch list of 24 players was cut down to 18 on Wednesday by the National College Baseball Hall of Fame.
The UNF Physics Department and Astronomy Club is hosting a public observation night on May 14 for International Astronomy Night.
UNF students are about to see a shift in business in Alumni Square. You could call it a spectacle. National college eyeglasses chain Campus Optical will replace CPR Cell Phone Repair, which recently went out of business, and occupy the space between the Chick-fil-A and the UPS store this summer. […]
The charge of false imprisonment has been dropped against Clayton D. Cook.
Vice President of Student Affairs Dr. Mauricio Gonzales decided that student fees should not be spent on a Student Government lobbyist, according to SG Business Manager Dawn Knipe.