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Meet UNF’s resident Border Collie
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Meet UNF’s resident Border Collie

A highly trained Border Collie named Bee has taken up a tedious task on UNF’s campus. She’s part of the Goose Masters program the university has chartered, and has been working hard to scare geese out of campus’ most high-traffic areas. She’s friendly, good around people, and the best part? […]

From aspiring singer to journalist to UNF’s public relations director
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From aspiring singer to journalist to UNF’s public relations director

How Joanna Norris continues to follow her childhood dream Joanna Norris, UNF’s public relations director and a Christian musician, is reworking and producing an original song in her unending journey filled with death, health and financial struggles and strength in Christ. Her testimony doesn’t involve overcoming an addiction or realizing […]

Jillian Kirn is a sociology freshman and Taylor McNeff is a multimedia journalism freshman. Photo by Lili Weinstein
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People of UNF: Santa edition

How did you find out Santa doesn’t exist? I think I was like seven or eight and I started noticing that my grandma’s handwriting was the same as Santa Claus’s. She has very distinct, neat handwriting and they didn’t think to, like, change it up. I got a Christmas card […]

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Do you know Chanukah?

Whether you know Chanukah as Hanukah, Chanukkah or Hanukkah, this holiday is all about lighting a candle every night, giving gifts and singing the Dreidel song — which we all know is made out of clay. Or is it? Okay, yes it is, but there is much more to it […]

UNFPD hosted the "wet lab" to show officers what to look for when pulling over drunk drivers. Photo courtesy WikiCommons
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How a UNF student got drunk with police

Getting paid to drink free alcohol on campus? Sounds like a dream right? It kind of was. On Thursday, Dec. 15, a police organization hosted a class on campus to teach police officers the effects alcohol has on the body. Unlike traditional classes, this one wasn’t lecture style and the “teacher,” […]