Correction: A print version of this story stated that students get a free pass into the gym using their N# once a month. The story has since been updated to reflect that students get a free pass into the gym using their N# twice a semester. A walk to class […]
When I was sixteen, I started applying to jobs for the first time. I would fill out the applications in the store or restaurant and my mom would make me introduce myself to the manager. She would remind me to call after a few days to make sure they got […]
The summer may be ending, but every Floridian knows that doesn’t mean we’re anywhere close to cooler weather. Learn these cheap alternatives to expensive hacks to make the transition to the fall semester as smooth as possible. Hot car The official way: Purchase a blue lot pass ($95 per semester) […]
Ice cream is the perfect treat to keep cool and bear the dog days of summer. Fortunately, Jacksonville is home to a handful of great ice cream shops that are worth the trip. Stop by one of these spots for a tasty frozen dessert.
Colorful clipboards, old school plushes and terrariums in mason jars are just a few of the activities the Office of Campus Life has used to engage students on campus. Campus Life hosts Twisted Tuesdays throughout the year — twice during the summer and every week during the fall and spring […]
This weekend is packed with funky food trucks and all kinds of live performances. Thursday, July 21 — 99.9 Gator Country Free Concert Series with Dylan Scott What: Join Jacksonville’s country station for its second free concert of the summer. Jordan Ranger and Orange Park’s Danielle Lauderdale will open at […]
Soul music from singers such as Marvin Gaye poured in from invisible speakers in the Osprey Clubhouse multipurpose room and tables were arranged in a rectangle, creating an amiable atmosphere to begin Wednesday night’s forum. UNF’s multicultural organizations united to host “Unapologetic,” an open discussion centered around movements and events […]
Jacksonville’s temperatures are unwaveringly above 90 degrees, but these events are sure to keep you cool. Thursday, July 14 — 99.9 Gator Country Free Concert with Thompson Square What: Begin your weekend with a free concert at the Landing. Attendees can start the night with happy hour and a DJ, […]
Ospreys and their families filled the Brooks College of Health Food Lab Wednesday night to make their own pickling creations.
Those colorful glass jars of pickled peppers, green olives and other vegetables in your grandmother’s house aren’t just for decoration. Even though they look like a science experiment (because they are), you can pickle your way to saving vegetables, and therefore money, that would otherwise end up in the trash.
With the click of a button your iPhone is able to autofocus, choose the correct exposure and aperture (more on that below) and capture an 8-megapixel image. One could say it’s pretty much impossible to take a bad picture with the technology we have today.
After you show them around your temporarily clean dorm and introduce them to your roommates (or not!), bring your ‘rents to these family-friendly places around Jacksonville.
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 […]
The library fills up, finding a study room that isn’t booked is a rarity, and just looking at the lounge area in Starbucks seems over-whelming. If you’re looking for somewhere else to go, here are a few options on and off campus.
The semester is almost over, so take advantage of some on-campus events during the last week before finals!
Vinyl-lovers rejoice, the tenth-annual Record Store Day is spinning this Saturday at record stores around the globe, and a couple places right in Jacksonville.