Author Archives: Hali Harden
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So as a Twitter follower of several media pages, The Huffington Post, which currently has over 120 thousand tweets in comparison to The New Yorks Times’ nearly 87 thousand, certainly stands out.
But its increase in Tweets is just a small stepping-stone in Huff Po’s recent expansions.
Growing up in Wewahitchka, Fla., with one red light, plenty of dirt roads and people who commonly rode tractors to the E-Z Serve gas station, I think it’s safe to say there wasn’t much to do to pass the time. Everyone knew everyone, and everyone knew everything that happened around town, at all times. So [...]
As with every political issue, it seems Florida college students’ futures are stuck in a battle between bi-partisan Senate lines. Comforting, right? Both sides offered solutions on how to pay off the $60-million loan subsidy May 24, according to the Washington Post. But with different ideas on the matter, each solution was just shy of [...]
By: Hali Harden, Staff Reporter The fire that took place in the elevator of Building R in the Osprey Crossings March 14 left behind an estimated $50,000 in costs for damages and cleaning. Director of Housing and Residence Life Paul Riel said the department has a policy that allows them to charge for cumulative charges, [...]
UNF alumna Dominique Storelli, turned Hometown Hottie for Maxim, hit newsstands across the country.
A student and two alumni travel to Mexico to volunteer at an orphanage and teach the orphans how to surf.
Unveiling ceremony attracted students and a diverse crowd that included the statue artist.
A UNF vice president speaks about the photographs of edifices he shot, which will be on display in the Library until Feb. 28.
Student Government and UNF administration will both pay for numerous expenses.
Gingrich focuses on military affairs, healthcare, ‘Islamicism.’