Author Archives: Taylor Leckie
Taylor is a junior majoring in business management with a minor in creative writing. She writes a weekly column for the UNF Spinnaker.
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As you grow and your relationships don’t, you’ll need to cut some ties. treat this as a sort of friend test: Who makes the cut, and who needs to go?
As you grow and your relationships don’t, you’ll need to cut some ties College is often a turbulent rush of new experiences and relationships. You’re at a point where you may still be in contact your high school friends, but you’ve likely moved away. You’re also making new friends and relationships at college and will [...]
Our generation was raised knowing full well the health risks of smoking. Yet, so many still smoke.
With a tight college budget, these smart saving tips can come in handy.
There’s no question that Valentine’s Day is an economically wonderful day, but do the mass produced items we buy our loved ones representative of the love we share?
There is more than one reason to watch the Super Bowl: you don’t necessarily even need to like football. It is the Commercial advertisements that keeps so many glued to the screen from start to finish, but what is there point, exactly? To sell products? Or just to entertain?
A hand written thank-you can be any number of colors and sizes, but what’s important is that one is sent. A handwritten expression of gratitude for gifts given, employment considerations or just a kind gesture is sure to win the appreciation of who receives it.
A new year is a great time to reevaluate our lives and resolve to make ourselves better. UNF is a great place to stay on track, and contributing columnist Taylor Leckie gives us some direction toward how to make the most of university life.
As we prepare for and broach finals week, certain techniques can help us cope. If we haven’t properly prepared this semester, there’s always the next, and Taylor Leckie gives us her take on the matter.