Author Archives: Lydia Moneir
Currently a Journalism major. Talents include editing stories, juggling reporters and summarizing my talents in text boxes.
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Candles and flowers were passed out to everyone who attended Myriam Lahcen’s memorial vigil on April 15.
On March 28, two vehicles were involved in a crash – a red Mitsubishi and a silver Mercedes SUV. Jacksonville Sheriff’s Officers at the scene told the Spinnaker that Red was headed towards campus on Central Pkwy and Silver was headed towards Beach on the same road. The sun was likely a contributor to the accident. More to follow. [...]
UNF student Myriam Lahcen was killed in a car crash on March 16 while on Spring Break with friends in Cancun, Mexico.
A student is beaten and accused of snitching. Osprey Fountains see another marijuana bust.
Garage 44, known as the Fine Arts garage, will be partly closed March 13 & 14. March 13 – the second, third and fourth floors will be cordoned off at Midnight. The floors will reopen at 9 p.m. March 14. March 14 – the first floor will be closed from 5-9 p.m. Director of Auxiliary [...]
The skate park, closed since before Christmas for safety, was reopened March 11. After five years of rain and skating, the protective coat on UNF skate park ramps called SkateLite was cracking. This posed a safety issues to students using the park — the park was closed for renovations. Becky Purser, Director of Recreation, was [...]
John Delaney appointed Ann McCullen to be the Interim Vice President of Institutional Affairs and the Interim Executive Director of the UNF Foundation, temporarily filling Pierre Allaire’s old position until a long-term replacement can be found. The nationwide search will start in the next few weeks to find a permanent Vice President, McCullen said. McCullen [...]
March 4 Theft (Lot 46) – UPD investigated the theft of a student’s parking pass.
March 5 Vehicle Collision (Lot 15) – A student working for Parking Services reported that she struck a parked van.
Feb. 18 Theft (Student Union)- An officer met with a complainant who said his skateboard was stolen in the 45 minutes he left it unattended while he ate lunch. The victim said at the time he was seated next to two males, one black and one white. After noticing his skateboard was missing, the victim [...]
Feb. 02 Theft (Building 41)- A student said she left her phone on the floor when she went into a classroom. When the student returned, the phone was missing. The student made attempts to call the cell phone but it had been turned off. The victim then used a GPS locating service to track her [...]