In response to recent election results, a group of about 30 faculty and students gathered in Bldg. 8 on Tues., Nov. 15 for an inclusivity talk hosted by the English Department and lead by Professor Jennifer Liberman. While some universities are trying to comfort students who are upset by election […]
On Thursday, I stopped by the Military Veteran’s Resource Center, which provides assistance to help those who exchange the military for civilian life. The bookshelf is packed with autobiographies, strategies and a lot Tom Clancy. On top of the shelf, there’s a bust of UNF student and Marine Joshua Watkins, […]
In it’s 3rd year, River City writers read from their own work and talk everything writing at the Jax by Jax Literary festival. Organized by author and UNF alum Tim Gilmore, the literary festival has strong UNF ties with six of those writers answering questions regarding their inspirations, thoughts on […]
UNF cut the ribbon and dedicated the Veterans Plaza to honor current and former service members at the sixth Annual Veterans Day Tribute on Tuesday, Nov. 8. Retired Marine and Professor Lt. Gen. Rick Tryon and Student Government President Caleb Grantham spoke of the importance of the plaza. Tryon spoke […]
Individuals incarcerated within maximum-security prisons often describe them as hell on earth. So how would having a seminary, a school specifically for preparing individuals to be ministers and other religious teachers, planted in the middle of the largest maximum-security prison in the country affect the prisoners? That’s the question that […]
Osprey Productions and the LGBT Resource Center once again teamed up to bring a drag show to campus. Hosted on what proved to be an interesting election night, Queens from the Parliament House in Orlando, Puerto Rico, and Jacksonville’s Hamburger Mary came to the Student Union ballrooms to give a […]
Jaclyn Glosson is a junior psychology major who decided to become a vegetarian when she was a freshman in high school after watching the film “Food Inc.” “The change for me wasn’t really hard just because I was so determined to do it,” said Glosson, the president and founder of […]
Video by Jack Drain and Joslyn Simmons A common passion for being on the water brings the UNF sailing club together where they practice twice a week at the Epping Forest Yacht Club. For these students, controlling a sailboat is a skill which allows them to compete against other schools […]
As the sentencing for Dara Kusiv’s killer approaches, her best friend reflects on how things have changed in her absence. Almost four years have passed since Dara Kusiv, UNF student and Zeta Tau Alpha sister, was killed at the age of 20 by a drunk driver. That driver is […]
Hurricane Matthew blew past UNF Friday, leaving most of the campus unharmed with the exception of a few fallen limbs and debris. One of the larger branches landed on the Gandhi statue in Peace Plaza. This didn’t last long, however, as one man took it upon himself to clean […]
Video by Emily Bailey A large, aluminum pot rests on a burner connected to a propane tank on a cracked driveway. Next to it lay a toolbox, empty jugs of water, and a coiled copper tube. A couch sits outside of the garage along with some chairs, which are scattered […]
Former NBA player Jason Collins — the first openly gay athlete to play in a major American sports league — stood on the lip of the Green Sept. 29 to implore students to register to vote. Collins came out in 2013 after ten NBA seasons. A year later, he was […]
Numbers have gone done for the Hicks Honors College following a change in the admissions process.
The Counseling Center looks to receive up to half a million dollars following a request by the Florida university system’s Board of Governors.
End of first-year housing requirement looks to benefit students, as UNF officials eye housing expansion
Spinnaker talks to Housing Vice President Chief of Staff Tom Serwatka concerning the end of the first-year housing requirement, and how this may impact UNF going forward.
How UNF decides what commercial businesses to bring to campus Students tend to begin and end their day at UNF with a cup of coffee from Starbucks or a meal from Chick-fil-A. Both businesses are well-known on campus for student traffic and being two of the most popular food spots. […]