You might’ve noticed more rainbow banners floating around while making Google searches this month, and there’s a reason for that: June is LGBT Pride Month.
UNF is offering Masters of Public Administration classes at the Jesse Ball DuPont Center in the upcoming fall and spring semesters.
Summer has officially begun, and UNF’s campus could not be more prepared. No matter what subject students may be studying, they are sure to find an event that grabs their attention this weekend.
The sound of country music and the smell of fresh hamburgers and french fries filled the air surrounding the Osprey Plaza Tuesday night during the annual Summer B Cookout.
People of UNF is a weekly column where we stumble upon persons who are more than meets the eye.
When a Florida A&M student was elected student body president, got his election voided, sued the school, and won on appeal, it led to a case that ballooned into a discussion of whether student government is equivalent to real government, and if students can sue universities over decisions made on campus.
There are six big developments coming to the Town Center area in the coming months. This expansion has already begun, and is estimated to continue for the next six to eight years.
This summer, UNF is hosting a hands-on Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) Program in Coastal Biology with a focus on admitting minority students. This REU is paid for by a National Science Foundation grant.
It was about an hour past lunchtime June 1, when phones across the country began buzzing with breaking-news notifications. Another school shooting occurred, this time at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).
Crate-sized paintings and long delicate curtains are the only decorations that grace the walls of India’s Restaurant on Baymeadows Road.
More cubby thefts and a Nutribullet theft.
In light of the recent shooting in Orlando, safety and support of the LGBT community is in question. From pride events across the nation to Jacksonville’s very own Jasmyn, an LGBT youth services center, security is being increased.
In celebration of its one-millionth visit, the Student Wellness Complex is hosting four special programs from 4-6 p.m. Monday, and giving away free towels to the first 500 visitors. There will be three group fitness classes: 4 p.m. – Booty Blast 5 p.m. – Spin Club Edition 6 p.m. – Beach […]
No ribbons and scissors here—Seaside Sculpture Park was christened with a blowtorch and a metal sheet Monday. This creative spin opened the new public art showcase in Jacksonville Beach that displays the work of five UNF students. The Student Affairs Community Council (SACC) at the University of North Florida, MountainStar […]
UNF’s beach volleyball team is hoping to expand practice facilities by installing three sand courts in the grassy area behind the softball fields. The team recently wrapped a successful 2016 season by winning the Atlantic Sun Championship for the fourth time in the five years. Currently, UNF is the only team in […]
*Correction: An earlier version of this article indicated that Senator Beacham talked directly to SG President Grantham about the hiring bill. Beacham communicated to Grantham through the attorney general, not directly, about the possible signing of the bill. Constitutions and Statutes This summer, SG has faced difficulty hiring executive branch […]