At 81 years old, Dale Baker is a maintenance mechanic at UNF. Both a co-worker and supervisor note Baker’s humor and penchant for jokes. He has a varied past, from Korean veteran to meatpacking employee, and hopes to retire here at UNF.
Author: Noor Ashouri
Though college life could be hectic with credit hours and study sessions, there are over 200 clubs and student organizations for students to join and perhaps engage outside of academics. Spinnaker’s guide to UNF clubs highlights several clubs that might spark your interest.
“You can’t play your whole life.” Freesman, a sports management sophomore, wants to be a college basketball coach.
Senior English major Hurley Winkler remembers Professor Mark Ari pulling her aside after her Advanced Fiction workshop to invite her to be part of a class he said no one had ever done before.
One Spark takes over downtown Jacksonville.
It doesn’t always take fame and wealth for greatness to find its platform. Sometimes greatness starts through conversation. This is how One Spark found its way.
Elections were supposed to take take place the week of March 3, but an election requires candidates, competition, and interest – all of which were lacking.
The SG president also ran unopposed this year. This makes the second year in a row without a presidential election.
Last year, a candidate competing for the presidency was disqualified for not filling out the paperwork correctly.
Anna Santiago is called to the front to be auctioned off. She is wearing a black leather jacket, snowman fleece pajama pants, and high heels. She takes off her leather jacket as she walks to the front of the room and throws it to the floor, with a smile. She […]
Ashok Bazaz and Sukhbir Singh have never cut their hair in their lives.
They are Sikhs and believe hair, including facial and head hair should never be removed. The turban keeps their hair in place and is a physical identity for Sikhs.
One word comes to mind when looking at a picture of supermodel Robyn Lawley walking up the beach in a printed bikini: hot — no, wait, two words: ridiculously hot.
Sources of energy are not limited to coffee, energy drinks, or even fruits and vegetables. There are many other ways to boost that endurance.
Noor Ashouri interviews Maddie Miller, a freshman majoring in Psychology, about life on campus, the trials of finances, and Market Days.
Homecoming Week is in full swing. Check out these calendar listings for the upcoming events. Monday, Feb. 17: Mr. and Ms. UNF 7:00 p.m. at the Lazzara Performance Hall Watch students compete for the title of Mr. and Ms. UNF. The winners will be crowned at the Bonfire on Friday […]
The Museum of Contemporary Arts, MOCA, provides a number of opportunities and experiences to become involved in the Jacksonville art world.
From recycling bins to new water bottle filling stations, UNF has all the makings of a “green” campus. But when it comes to investments, all bets are off. The UNF Foundation is a nonprofit organization responsible for collecting donations intended to provide financial support to the university. This money is […]
What researchers call “sleep debt” is proven to decrease your memory and learning ability. The infamous all-nighter: intended to help you make a better grade on tomorrow’s exam by skipping out on sleep to cram in the information that’s been sitting untouched. Despite the countless people who’ve tried to convince […]
The women’s center’s main goal to limit instances of gender inequality. The male community also has issues that need to be dealt with, yet there is no Men’s Center at UNF.