The AOC meeting on Sept. 10 approved raising orientation fees for new students.
Author: Brandon Thigpen
Moe’s Southwest Grill sponsored a burrito eating contest today at UNF’s Market Day. Twenty students, who previously signed up, competed in different waves with prizes ranging from Moe’s Bucks to free burritos.
This week’s Man on the Street features Brandon Thigpen talking to students about their experience with parking, the Week of Welcome, purchasing textbooks, and gets their opinion on the new smoking initiative.
The Auxiliary Oversight Committee met on Aug. 13 to discuss several funding requests submitted by several UNF programs. Requests approved ranged from increased funding for music camps to Spinnaker Radio’s request for a LPFM radio broadcast.
UNF’s new Associate Vice President for Enrollment Services, Albert Colom, has goals to improve the university’s admission process, while continuing the admittance of high-achieving students into UNF. UNF’s First Time in College freshmen and graduates respectively have higher test scores and first-year wages than other universities.
This week’s Man on the Street features Brandon Thigpen talking to upper and underclassmen at UNF about their expectations and experiences.
Student Government’s Free Printing Campaign special request was approved by the Budget and Allocations Committee, which included an amendment for transportation to Jaguars football games. Two travel requests were also approved.
On this week’s Man on the Street video segment, Brandon Thigpen gauges just how much students really know about sports at UNF.
Bills on changes to the club funding process and an additional shuttle stop by Osprey Crossings passed unanimously at the Senate meeting July 7. John Solar, political science senior, and True Rains, political science sophomore, were unanimously confirmed as an Associate Justice and the Elections Commissioner seat respectively.
On this week’s Man on the Street, reporter Brandon Thigpen asks students the hypothetical question, “Which would you rather have: free printing, half-price parking, more financial aid, or a football team?”
The GOC continued the old business from June 25th meeting concerning revisions to the Senate application process. The meeting concluded with an approval for reduced signature requirements, a mandatory code of ethics, and an additional portion called “Osprey-Voice-like” to the appointment application.
The newly established Government Oversight Committee held their first meeting on June 25 to discuss revisions on Senate Appointment Application and future plans. The GOC’s goal is to simplify and increase the efficiency of the appointment process for students interested in joining the Senate.
Grad student senate seats may be eliminated, Government Oversight Committee created at Senate meeting June 9 A bill passed in the Senate Chambers on Monday night that alter the current setup of Student Government. A constitutional referendum will be put to students in the fall that may have lasting […]
UNF Environmental Center Ecologist Justin Lemmons and Assistant Director of Eco-Adventure Amy Costa share their insight on the bugs and pests that thrive on Florida wetland and ways to avoid them.
On this week’s Man on the Street, reporter Brandon Thigpen asks students about their ideal study spots on and off campus.
The largemouth bass, also called a black bass, is a popular freshwater game fish known for its aggressive behavior. And let’s not forget that Florida is the bass-fishing capital of the United States.