Author Archives: Natalie Logan
Student Alexandria Lainez is suing UNF for the right to have a gun on campus in the trunk of her car. The prosecutors filed the case in October 2011. The case was dismissed by the Trial Court based on the grounds that public school zones are allowed to prevent students from holding guns in their [...]
Student Alexandria Lainez is suing UNF for the right to have a gun on campus in the trunk of her car. The prosecutors filed the case in October 2011 and dismissed by the Trial Court based on the grounds that public school zones are allowed to prevent students from holding guns in their cars, said [...]
As of June 1st, students will no longer be able to access their documents on current campus drives — known as the H Drive, WebDrive, or the Andromeda drive. The new system, SkyDrive, is up and running. SkyDrive comes with every Microsoft account and is faster, better, free, and gives more, Assistant Director of Systems [...]
The UNF Counseling Center has created a new after hours Crisis Line, available 24 hours a day at (904) 620-2602.
Student Health services hired Dr. Lisa Dynan-Dobbertein as its new Chief Medical Physician. Doreen Perez, Director of Health Administration, said Dynan-Dobbertein was the first person to be offered the position and she accepted right away. The previous physician, Dr. Fred Beck, accepted the position of Medical Director at the Sulzbacher Center. In a previous interview [...]
Previous Assistant Vice President of Public Relations Sharon Ashton is being promoted to Vice President of Public Relations.
The Red party clinched the Senate last Fall and now their head, Carlo Fassi, is running unopposed for his second year as Student Body President.
Student life hosted a basketball tailgate in lot 18 on Thursday night for very few students. Student Body President Fassi said the that some tailgates may not be successful because this is the first year Student Government has hosted them on this scale. The attendees consisted of an occasional group of students around the free [...]
UNF Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Mark Workman has announced that he is stepping down from the Provost position and will return to the classroom. Workman held these offices since 2006. Vice President of the University and Chief of Staff Tom Serwatka said Workman will be missed at the Executive Staff meetings. He [...]
Criminology and Criminal Justice Professor Daniel Patrick Pontzer, who was charged with battery in November, went to court on February 5. This is according to the St. John’s County Clerk of Court’s website. According to the site, he plead not guilty and a second court date was set for March 13. Pontzer is still employed [...]