People of UNF is a chronicle of students, faculty, university staff and visitors. Here’s a closer look at those we see walking by us everyday, those we overlook and those we sometimes wish we knew better.
Author: Michael Herrera
People of UNF is a chronicle of students, faculty, university staff and visitors. The hope of this feature is to gain a closer look at those we see walking by us everyday, those we ignore and those we sometimes wish we knew better.
School is expensive. From tuition and books to food and having fun, the university experience can leave your bank account a bit empty. According to UNF’s website, total college costs for UNF students are about $37,036 after four years. That includes tuition, registration fees, on-campus housing, board, meal plan, books […]
Due to a truck collision earlier this afternoon, the overhead walkway and crosswalk near UNF Arena are closed, and officials are rerouting traffic in the section of University of North Florida Drive along the UNF Arena…
The chief scientist of NASA’s Langley Research Center spoke about climate change and renewable energy at a May 29 lecture.
UNF students have created yet another larger than life sculpture to display in Hemming Park for One Spark. The colossal shark dubbed “Spark Attack” is made from styrofoam and fiberglass, much like the sculpture’s predecessors “Sgt. Quackers” and “Col. Crackers.”
College of Computing, Engineering and Construction students showcased their works in progress at Osprey Plaza while a live band played.