The Lend-A-Wing Pantry, which collects and disperses free food to UNF students, has a new director with plans for improvement.
Author: Jake Stofan
The two-year search for UNF’s new provost is down to five applicants after former provost Dr. Mark Workman stepped down on April 26, 2013. The remaining applicants are Drs. Michael Stevenson, Cheryl Torsney, Christopher McCord, Mark Severson, and Interim Provost Earle Traynham. Stevenson’s interview will be held from May 18 […]
UNF produces more than just scholars, it also produces strong men. Andrew Clayton is a UNF alumni with a degree in athletic training and also America’s fourth strongest man.
Both social critic and comedian Lewis Black and his opener John Bowman played the angry old man verging on insanity with a bone to pick about almost every occurrence in life.
Black’s performance touched on subjects ranging from Jacksonville politics to breast implants in Denmark. John Bowman opened for Black with a similar angry comedic style with the addition of a musical instrument.
Lewis Black will perform at UNF on Mar. 12 as part of his national tour. He has performed on The Daily Show and recently lent his voice to a character in an upcoming Pixar film.
Christopher Brady is the new Student Government vice president. He previously in the senate for two years, under different positions.
With news organizations scrambling to find out the truth, information about the FSU shooting is coming to light. The shooter, 31-year-old Myron May, was an FSU graduate. New evidence has surfaced about his mental state, as well as eight mysterious packages that were sent out.
A National Transportation Safety Board report attributed the cause of Tess Huber’s fatal plane crash to a loss of spatial awareness by the pilot and the pilot’s lack of instrument proficiency.
Chris Fischer, from National Geographic‘s “Shark Men,” spoke to an audience at UNF on Nov.6 about the conservation of ocean life and the tracking of Great White sharks.
The Institute of Police Technology and Management at UNF was awarded seven grants totaling $4.5 million. As a not-for-profit organization, the IPTM plans to expand their online training courses with the funds, in hopes to provide law enforcement training for a great sum of officers.
SG cuts hours of use at the free print lab to cut down on overuse of printing.
Through a partnership with the South-East Zoo Alliance for Reproduction and Conservation (SEZARC), UNF biology majors can conduct various testing to help breed endangered species in zoos throughout the U.S.
To deal with overcrowding in current chapters, UNF is choosing a sixth sorority chapter to add to the Panhellenic Council on campus.
UNF Construction Management senior John Spinks and his wife Whitney Spinks were chosen to appear on the new HGTV competitive show Flipping the Block. John explains how the couple was chosen to be on the show, what led him to construction, and their plans for the future.
Starting August 2015, UNF will begin the Smoke-Free Campus Initiative to help promote healthier living for students, faculty, and staff. Ash receptacles and designated smoking areas will be removed as a result of the university’s transition to being a smoke-free environment.