Author Archives: Bonnie Mulqueen
Three candidates in the 2012 state election talk about redistricting and their stance on education issues.
Not everyone is eligible for a refund from the UNF Cashier’s Office, but those who are know the joy of receiving the payment in your bank account. For those who are still curious about why the refund doesn’t process directly after buying textbooks, find out the 411 on refunds.
Because of the UNF Disability Resource Center, UNF is making easy for students with disabilities to live on campus. Other state universities don’t have enough resources for these students.
Not only do some students feel discomfort at the thought of the politically charged Chick-fil-A replacing Sbarro, but many do not want to swap Salsarita’s with a Papa John’s.
Some UNF students just want chicken and waffle fries, while others don’t want their school paying for Chick-fil-A’s donations to anti-gay organizations to further restrict the rights of the LGBT community.
The College of Education and Human Services seeks to help urban elementary, middle and high schools through its Center for Urban Education and Policy.
The Center for Urban Education and Policy’s goal is to find what the big issues in education are.
Rose Turner, a psychiatric nurse practitioner at UNF, said she started using pharmacogenomics testing at her private practice, AP Psychiatric and Counseling Services, and at UNF about a month ago.
Anissa Agne, the director of student financial aid at UNF, gives tips on how to dodge debt after graduation.
UNF President John Delaney sat down with Spinnaker reporter Bonnie Mulqueen today to discuss a number of recent campus issues such as his decision to stay at UNF and the 13 percent tuition differential increase, approved by the Florida Board of Governors on June 21.
UNF said the reason it moved the time of the plenary session of the June 19 UNF Board of Trustees meeting is because the board moved through the agenda faster than expected.
The majority of Soderberg’s campaign team and volunteers in attendance of her first campaign party are UNF students and alumni.