Author: Audrey Carpenter

The nature trails were severely damaged by hurricane activity in 2016. 

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UNF trails to be repaired: a deeper look

Video by Jas Chung The UNF trail system has been damaged for over a year, with the red maple boardwalk completely inaccessible, but a recent Student Government request will supply partial funding to fix it. The nearly 35-year-old red maple boardwalk is the only handicap accessible section and runs along […]

Transgender Day of Remembrance
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Transgender Day of Remembrance

Transgender Day of Remembrance is on Nov. 20, but UNF celebrated it early, gathering in the Student Union Wednesday, Nov. 16. The ceremony remembered all those who have lost their lives to anti-transgender violence through a candlelight vigil and moment of silence. This was UNF’s 3rd annual Transgender Day of Remembrance, […]

Donald Trump won the 2016 presidential election.
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Donald Trump wins presidency

Donald Trump proved pollsters and pundits wrong as he captured the delegates he needed to become the 45th president of the United States of America. At 2:30 a.m., the Associated Press announced Trump won Wisconsin, granting him the necessary electoral votes to win the presidential election. Trump dominated the night, […]

Bill Clinton spoke on behalf of Hillary Friday at the Jacksonville Public Library
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Clinton campaign comes through heart of Jacksonville

Former president Bill Clinton spoke on a wide range of issues at the Jacksonville Public Library Thursday, including Hillary Clinton’s plans to create jobs through infrastructure, combat student debt, reform the criminal justice system and facilitate health care expansion. “We love Hillary,” said Alexis Peterson, a local nonprofit worker standing […]

Where the presidential candidates stand on LGBT issues
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Where the presidential candidates stand on LGBT issues

UNF is one of the top schools for LGBT students, and continuously supports bills like the expanded Human Rights Ordinance, which was presented last Spring by Jacksonville city councilman Tommy Hazouri. The Human Rights Ordinance prohibits discrimination on housing, employment, and business. Hazouri’s bill would have added sexual orientation and […]

Political clubs on campus support their party’s candidates
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Political clubs on campus support their party’s candidates

UNF’s College Republicans and College Democrats are strongly supporting their parties respective candidates, despite the unfavorable public opinion centered around the upcoming election. With the possibility of Hillary Clinton, a woman president, or Donald Trump, a complete political outsider, this year’s election will be historic, and things are getting heated. […]

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Campus cooking gets smart

UNF Housing and Residence life is taking new measures to ensure student safety and prevent fires. They are testing a new type of stovetop burner called Smart Burners. Director of Housing and Residence Life, Bob Boyle, said they would test the burners out this semester in the community kitchen in […]