Author Archives: Andrea Aribe
After spending some time in Ghana, Italy, Ireland, England, Mexico and various parts of the United States, Alexis Branaman has decided to make her next stop at UNF.
Branaman recently became the UNF international student recruiter, a new position at the International Center on campus.
The buzz around campus: Cicada killer wasps can be found around UNF’s campus in the summer, particularly in the Student Union. Although these large insects may look threatening, they won’t attack.
Back in the day: Lou Woods remembers UNF’s earliest days, when the university consisted of four buildings with dirt parking lots and bears and snakes were problems on campus.
Since the initiative to build a Chick-fil-A at the University of North Florida has yet to be approved, students will not be dressing up like cows on campus for the annual Celebrate Cow Appreciation Day this year.
Folk is People, an indie folk rock duo composed of Rick Grice and Stacy Bennett, will play July 6 at Jack Rabbits.
By Andrea Aribe Before the University of Florida’s search for a new president begins, one possible candidate was considered: University of North Florida President John Delaney. Current UF President Bernie Machen’s contract will be expiring by the end of 2013, and he announced his plan to retire June 8 at a University of Florida Board of [...]
The 2012 NCAA Division I Outdoor Track and Field East Preliminaries kicked off with high-scoring athletes, including a Florida State University sprinter who ran an Olympic-qualifying time in the 100-meter dash. Maurice Mitchell came in first place at 10.17 seconds and will be competing in the quarterfinals Friday, May 25, at 6:30 p.m. He met the [...]
Spinnaker reporter Andrea Aribe took photos of Thursday’s track events at UNF’s Hodges Stadium.