UNF student Teal Kane spun the big wheel on America’s game show “Wheel of Fortune” on April 26. Although Kane didn’t place first at the end of the show, she earned a pretty penny with a final prize of $10,650.
Ospreys flocked to the first floor of the Thomas G. Carpenter Library on Monday, April 25 to take a break from finals and spend some time with therapy dogs in training.
Joseph’s Pizza, located on Ocean Boulevard by Whit’s Frozen Custard, offers traditional Italian cuisine in a casual environment
With finals this week, students are stressing over all the exams, projects, and papers as the semester comes to a close.
The library fills up, finding a study room that isn’t booked is a rarity, and just looking at the lounge area in Starbucks seems over-whelming. If you’re looking for somewhere else to go, here are a few options on and off campus.
She waited five years to travel on a boat for a marathon in Earth’s no man’s land. Not to mention, she gets seasick easily.
Amer Kobaslija’s work, TSUNAMI: Paintings of the Aftermath in Kesennuma, Japan gripped everyone’s attention at the spring exhibit’s opening reception held in the Lufrano Intercultural Gallery on April 14th.
Spinnaker reported to UNF Police Department (UNFPD) on Wednesday over 250 stories from its website were missing.
Everyone at North Florida knows and loves the iconic Ozzie the Osprey, but one part of Ozzie that goes unnoticed is the story of the man inside the costume. Matt Biegun, the man behind the mask, sat down with us to discuss a little bit of Ozzie’s history, and a […]
The man behind the suit of the beloved Ozzie Osprey mascot announced his retirement after nine years of springing up school spirit for the University of North Florida.
From murals to sculptures to bike racks it’s easy to find student art displayed around UNF’s campus. The art department hopes to expand this trend off-campus with the creation of a sculpture park in Jacksonville Beach. Associate Professor of Sculpture Jenny Hager said these displays are part of a project […]
A student was allegedly contacted by a gang in an scam attempt and someone lost their weed.
The Osprey’s trend of nail-biting finishes continued Tuesday night, when a UCF error in the bottom of the ninth allowed Dakota Higdon to race home from second base for the team’s fifth walk-off win of the season.
Players on the North Florida men’s and women’s tennis team brought home multiple Atlantic Sun awards on April 19 for their performance on the court and in the classroom.
In the final hours of the regular semester, blackboard is down for the count.
Police reports reveal a theft that leads to the discovery of a missing person, a car burglarized at The Flats and more.