Author Archives: Catherine Byerly
Content Editor for Spinnaker Digital. Enterprise Editor for Spinnaker News.
Political Science Major. Mass Communications Minor.
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Conversations on sexual ethics are a staple of college campuses. In the ‘70s it was Roe v. Wade. Then it was Sandusky. Today it’s the University of North Carolina. UNC recently joined the conversation when a group of students ﬁled a complaint with the U.S. Department of Education claiming the university routinely mishandled reports of [...]
“We run this school,” said a Swoop Squad leader during a fall 2011 student orientation session.
The “we” was Greek Life. The school was UNF.
The Elections Primary Court will decide Wednesday Feb. 27 if Carlo Fassi will be running unopposed this Spring election. And, after several emails, it will be televised. However, Station Manager for OTV Connor Spielmaker was originally told via email from Associate Chief Justice Ryan DeWitt on Monday broadcasting the appeal would not be allowed. “After discussing [...]
On Jan. 30, 2013 Micah Anderson, commonly known across college campuses as “Brother Micah,” came to visit the UNF green. Photos and narrative by Catherine Byerly.
Ever wondered what happens to those professor assessments you fill out at the end of a semester? Now those professor survey results and grade distribution data are available to UNF students through MyWings. At the beginning of the Fall semester, Student Body President Carlo Fassi and Senate President Zak Varshovi met with leaders in Academic [...]
When the Wayans Brothers take the stage at the UNF Arena on Saturday, over twenty pages of contracts will be signed, dozens of students will have helped make signs and scan student IDs, and hundreds more will be gathered and ready to laugh. Nest Fest is happening Feb. 16 through Feb. 23 for Homecoming Week [...]
University President John Delaney officially asked the University Board of Trustees for permission to begin exploring the idea of adding a football team to the athletics program at UNF.
Only last semester, Athletic Director Lee Moon was asked about the possibility of UNF starting a football program. His response was, “Not in my lifetime.”
Dec. 17 Marijuana Possession (Skate park) – An officer was dispatched to the skate park in reference to suspicious activity. When the officer arrived he watched a vehicle flee and then park behind the tree line near central parkway. The officer then approached the abandoned vehicle and reported a strong smell of marijuana. The suspect [...]
Tuition could be going up for some students but not others if the findings from the Blue Ribbon Task Force on Higher Education are enacted. Commissioned by Gov. Rick Scott, the task force was created to create strategies for improving the state’s public university system. The task force’s key findings include performance based funding, tuition [...]