Alpha Tau Omega is teaming up with rapper Waka Flocka Flame for a benefit concert at Pure Nightclub, with all proceeds going to the Sanctuary on 8th Street. The Sanctuary on 8th Street is an after-school program that has grown into a home-schooling program and a summer camp for low-income […]
An ominous shadow of the clouds could not stop the mass of college students in plaid shirts and boots who made their way into the UNF Coxwell Amphitheater Saturday night for UNF’s highly-anticipated “Welcome to the Nest” Festival showcasing Samuel Herb and Rodney Atkins.
If you offer free food, they will come. That’s the mantra to follow when planning a Week of Welcome event, and it’s certainly part of what made the African American Student Union’s Chocolate Games such as success. You are welcomed with a variety of Snickers, Twix and Milky Way chocolate […]
With the Pokémon theme song setting the mood, hundreds of people crowded around the Osprey Plaza Friday night as they prepared for the start of UNF’s Pokemon Go tournament. UNF College of Computing director Dr. Sherif Elfayoumy worked with graduate students to put the event together. Nearly 2,200 people registered […]
Have you ever drawn on the walls? If you had a chance to sneak in a couple of squiggles and wobbly smiley faces, you’ve probably experienced the parental repercussions of your doodling. For Boston-native and artist Ethan Murrow, his passion for wall drawing in his childhood room has led […]
UNF printmaking professor Sheila Goloborotko describes her art as poetic activism. When asked to do an exhibition for the third time in Mexico, she saw an opportunity for such activism and created the project System. System‘s theme is all about preservation. It highlights the need for preservation of the ecologically […]
The sound of country music and the smell of fresh hamburgers and french fries filled the air surrounding the Osprey Plaza Tuesday night during the annual Summer B Cookout.
In celebration of its one-millionth visit, the Student Wellness Complex is hosting four special programs from 4-6 p.m. Monday, and giving away free towels to the first 500 visitors. There will be three group fitness classes: 4 p.m. – Booty Blast 5 p.m. – Spin Club Edition 6 p.m. – Beach […]
Nearly 120 students stuffed their new plush animals in the Osprey Plaza on Tuesday night. The giveaway was a preview of Campus Life’s rebranded Twisted Tuesdays promotion (formerly named Tuesdays with a Twist).
Threats of rain didn’t scare Jacksonville residents away from stopping by Five Points for its Tenth Annual Spring Festival on Saturday, May 21.
Childhood is the enjoyable stage in one’s life when hoarding a collection of soft stuffed animals is viewed as the norm. As adulthood approaches, teenagers are expected to keep only one or two plushes from their childhood.
The UNF Dive Club is advertising for students to take a trip to Jupiter, Florida on a shark dive.
Ospreys flocked to the first floor of the Thomas G. Carpenter Library on Monday, April 25 to take a break from finals and spend some time with therapy dogs in training.
Amer Kobaslija’s work, TSUNAMI: Paintings of the Aftermath in Kesennuma, Japan gripped everyone’s attention at the spring exhibit’s opening reception held in the Lufrano Intercultural Gallery on April 14th.
The semester is almost over, so take advantage of some on-campus events during the last week before finals!
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.