Articles by: Jason Howard

Reading Radio receives $4000 from North Florida sorority Delta Gamma

Today, UNF’s Delta Gamma chapter presented a $4000 check to WJCT’s Reading Radio.

April 10, 2014 · Daily, News
Online courses offer nursing students more flexibility

Online courses offer nursing students more flexibility

Starting Sept. 3, nurses who want to expand their education can do so online when UNF begins it’s foray into online postgraduate education.

March 5, 2014 · Daily
UNF in Princeton Review’s Top 75 ‘Best Value Colleges’

UNF in Princeton Review’s Top 75 ‘Best Value Colleges’

For the fourth consecutive year, UNF has been named among The Princeton Review’s Top 75 “Best Value Colleges”. President John Delany said, “it increases the value of the degree, when you go out to the workplace or graduate school.”

January 30, 2014 · News

Student Government Vice President emails resignation letter

The full letter of resignation from former SG Vice President William ‘Billy’ Namen.

January 21, 2014 · News, Student Goverment
Barreling toward California

Barreling toward California

The UNF Surf Club is preparing to send two teams to California to compete at the National Scholastic Surfing Association Nationals.

January 15, 2014 · Features
Curious Reporter

Curious Reporter

According to interviews by UNF Spinnaker, students know their WWII heroes, love their cronuts, and have a sore spot for demoted planets.

December 4, 2013 · Curious Reporter, Features
Styrofoam duck to migrate to zoo for the winter season

Styrofoam duck to migrate to zoo for the winter season

UNF’s favorite yellow duck is on the move again.

November 21, 2013 · Art, Community, Features
Students create empty bowls for an event that will fill them

Students create empty bowls for an event that will fill them

Jeff Browning, a UNF sculpture senior, unpacks a rectangular mass of clay and starts slicing it over a long, angled wire. It looks like comically large cheese, maybe even packaged meat, processed and sliced. “This is so we get all the air bubbles out,” Browning said. One by one, he slaps the bologna-shaped wedges of […]

November 12, 2013 · Community, Events, Features
Looking back at the 20 year history of UNF student broadcasting

Looking back at the 20 year history of UNF student broadcasting

If a TV news anchor at Spinnaker Television needs to tell a DJ at Spinnaker Radio a secret, the walk is 11 yards. Twenty years ago, that distance was across campus when Radio was in building 2, Founder’s Hall, and the TV station was in the Andrew J. Robinson Jr. Center.

October 14, 2013 · Features, Media
Curious Reporter

Curious Reporter

Ben Saunders Freshman English Q: Have you been impacted by the Federal Government shutdown? A: I think it’s sad and indicative of our political landscape, that it’s got so bad. I haven’t been personally impacted but the grader in one of my classes is furloughed and a couple of my friends in the military aren’t […]

October 12, 2013 · Curious Reporter, Features