For a young writer trying to get their work published, it’s tough. A writer’s life is a one that can often be unappreciated, and as young writers submit their precious drafts they’ve spent hours pining away at, rejection letters potentially loom in the future. But a UNF student and alumnae, […]
Author: Danae Leake
UNF Digs is a weekly column that delves into UNF’s archives to find treasures worth sharing. This column would be more of a snapshot of UNF’s history than an excerpt from a history textbook. But let us do the digging and brush up on your university history with UNF Digs. […]
Meg Jenkins, Junior, Psychology “I used to play Pokémon when I was little and watch the shows and everything, so I’m a really big fan, but it doesn’t come for my phone because I have a Windows phone. So, I’m a little bit sour about it but all of my […]
The Jacksonville Business Journal is naming a UNF faculty member a “Woman of Influence.” Janet Owen, the Vice President of Governmental Affairs, said she was very surprised to receive the award.
Dr. Thomas G. Carpenter was the head honcho that led the university from its fledgeling launch and founding to overseeing some of the first constructions on the—at the time—wild, undeveloped land. Dr. Carpenter was a primly dressed man, often donning suits, and had mature streaks of white that peppered his […]
Have you ever drawn on the walls? If you had a chance to sneak in a couple of squiggles and wobbly smiley faces, you’ve probably experienced the parental repercussions of your doodling. For Boston-native and artist Ethan Murrow, his passion for wall drawing in his childhood room has led […]
With just a short time before the Jacksonville Jaguars season kicks off, more information on student ticket sales and benefits have been announced by Student Government.
The record-breaking temperatures could tempt anyone into staying indoors on a Sunday afternoon. But for a group of nearly 300 citizens in Jacksonville, it was a perfect time to protest. The protest bringing civilians together was a Black Lives Matter rally. It commenced in front of the Duval County Courthouse, […]
Tucked away at the Eastside of campus, the Andrew Robinson Theater is showing its age, especially compared to the sleekly designed Fine Arts Center adjacent to the building. The theater is often the center of student life, hosting festivals, ceremonies, and lectures. But who is the man named emblazoned on the side of this familiar theater?
Usually, music doesn’t pick and choose its season, but there’s something about new tunes in the summertime that keeps the season fresh. Maybe we need to consume refreshing tracks to cool down the hot, sizzlin’, bacon cracklin’ heat.
Jacksonville Jaguars fans rejoice! The dates of the student ticket sales have been posted with the first round of sales happening next week.
The holiday is a time to acknowledge our country’s independence with thunderous celebration, but PTSD victims could have a tough time with these booming displays.
You might’ve noticed more rainbow banners floating around while making Google searches this month, and there’s a reason for that: June is LGBT Pride Month.
No ribbons and scissors here—Seaside Sculpture Park was christened with a blowtorch and a metal sheet Monday. This creative spin opened the new public art showcase in Jacksonville Beach that displays the work of five UNF students. The Student Affairs Community Council (SACC) at the University of North Florida, MountainStar […]
For all of you whippersnappers that enjoy the stylish Boathouse with its sports bar ambiance (a bit of a tease for those under 21), you might not be aware that the Boathouse has seen many changes over the years. The original Boathouse was actually located by the goose-infested lake near […]
Graphic by Ben Cross UNF Digs is a weekly column that delves into UNF’s archives to find treasures worth sharing. This column would be more of a snapshot of UNF’s history than an excerpt from a history textbook. But let us do the digging and brush up on your university history […]