Students received grocery shopping tips right in the store at the “Shopping with the Dietitian” event Tuesday. UNF’s campus dietitian, Yamila Lowry, met a group of students at Winn Dixie on Baymeadows Rd and gave a tour of the store and advice for smart shopping. The event was sponsored by […]
Author: Tierney Harvey
Students showed school spirit and supported the UNF community at the Homecoming Lend-A-Wing Can Castle Competition on Thursday. Clubs gathered to build elaborate displays out of cans and other goods to be donated to the Lend-A-Wing pantry. Students built the castles at the Student Union Plaza and were encouraged to […]
UNF biology students may have a role in revolutionizing shark research–by creating a pregnancy test. A pregnancy test for sharks may not seem important to the average person, but for biology professor James Gelsleichter and his students, the topic has been worth years of research. Gelsleichter, an associate professor of […]
A typical day for UNF senior Iuri Lucius involves training for two hours at a local gym and weightlifting for another hour. To the average student, that may sound like a lot, but Lucius is anxiously awaiting his upcoming graduation date when he’ll be free to train even more. Lucius, […]
Video by Brittany Moore While most people were taking shelter from Hurricane Matthew, one UNF graduate headbanged to a Slayer song in the middle of the storm. The nine-second video went viral, and by now most Ospreys have probably seen it. Lane Pittman, the man whose long ginger locks are […]
Students should expect a “fun, raunchy, weird affair” at the Osprey Productions (OP) presentation of Rocky Horror Picture Show Sunday, said Junine Castin, director of OP. Though the event was cancelled in 2015, Castin said steps have been taken to ensure this year’s show will go on. Last year, OP […]
Most students know the feeling of dread that comes with putting off final papers until the last minute or staying up all night to cram for an exam. For many Ospreys, the stress of finals week has no rival. It is no surprise that the pressure can lead students to […]
Before you prepare to swipe your card to enter the library, check out the newest installation displaying memorabilia of Jacksonville’s underground dance music culture.
There are plenty of apps out there to put technology to good use, and actually help with schoolwork.
Breaking Bad’s “Gus” Giancarlo Esposito wrapped up UNF’s Black History Month festivities on Feb. 25 for UNF’s Black History Month Proclamation.
College is all about self-discovery and trying new things.
The University of North Florida’s Eta Omicron chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta (ΚΑΘ) was honored recently with the Guardian ad Litem (GAL) Community Advocate of the Year Award.
Fulterius King landed an opportunity to support and advocate for minority populations when he received a National Board of Certified Counselors Minority fellowship last week.
Kappa Delta sister and Presidential Envoys student president, Caroline Dodd, takes her experience at UNF beyond the classroom.
UNF photography professor encourages students to creatively engage with downtown Jacksonville and results are rather refreshing.
Founded in high school, TOM is a nonprofit organization that brings theater to kids in impoverished nations.