The mundane faculty break room lit up with Ambassador Nancy Soderberg’s mention of her recent push to get two signed memorandums of understanding to the State Department. One of these documents gives three UNF students preferential treatment every semester to work at the State Department. As the director and founder […]
Persons of UNF
Just over a year ago, twin brothers Nick and Sky Squillace were building a race-car with their fellow Ospreys as part of the UNF Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE). Today, the brothers have returned from a trip to Daytona where an LMP2 race-car they helped design and build for Visit […]
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 […]
53 student teams got together to create short films with only a week’s time to do every bit of production from writing to shooting to editing. Here are the finalists.
People of UNF is a chronicle of students, faculty, university staff and visitors. Here’s a closer look at those we see walking by us everyday, those we overlook and those we sometimes wish we knew better.
Fulterius King landed an opportunity to support and advocate for minority populations when he received a National Board of Certified Counselors Minority fellowship last week.
The Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnic Relations was founded by UNF professor, Dr. JeffriAnne Wilder, this February.
Kappa Delta sister and Presidential Envoys student president, Caroline Dodd, takes her experience at UNF beyond the classroom.
People of UNF is a chronicle of students, faculty, university staff and visitors. The hope of this feature is to gain a closer look at those we see walking by us everyday, those we ignore and those we sometimes wish we knew better.
The Spinnaker chronicles the people and stories around UNF’s campus.
The Spinnaker’s chronicle of the people on campus returns.
The current one-man-band, Teen Divorce, with its humble beginnings in a dorm room now has a show set to go this Saturday, Nov. 14 at Jack Rabbits in Riverside.
A brief profile on who the Sigma Beta Rho fraternity is and what they represent.
Sarah Gaver won second-runner up in the Ms. Wheelchair American Pageant and wants to work on making Jacksonville more inclusive.
UNF produces more than just scholars, it also produces strong men. Andrew Clayton is a UNF alumni with a degree in athletic training and also America’s fourth strongest man.
Stephen Putnam is capable of much more than just sweet moves.