Shomari Gloster

Student Body President steps down after three months in office

Student Body President Shomari Gloster announced in a brief all-student email that he stepped down and his vice president was sworn in.

July 28, 2015 · News, Student Government
Evacuated students and parents look on while waiting for officals to call an all clear.Michael Herrera

Student union fire alarm caused by cafeteria construction

Construction in the Student Union cafeteria was likely the case of a fire alarm that led to everyone evacuating the building.

July 28, 2015 · Daily, News
Senate passes $60,500 special request again

Senate passes $60,500 special request again

Only one senator, the Budget and Allocations Chair, voted against the $60,500 special request to fund a $50,000 lobbying contract and SG travel.

July 27, 2015 · News, Student Government
The Week Ahead: July 27

The Week Ahead: July 27

This Week Ahead includes information about Summer 2015 Commencement this Friday, a book club, a smoking cessation class, and more.

July 27, 2015 · Daily, News
Photo by Robert Curtis

Parking changes next week, students advised to certain parking lots

Due to unavailability of parking spaces in Garage 38 and Lot 18 during events next week, students can park in Lot 53 (by Hicks Hall), which requires use of the shuttle, or the second, third and fourth floors of the Fine Arts Parking Garage (Bldg 44).

July 24, 2015 · Daily, News
Graphic by Rachelle Keller

Police Beat: burglary, staff meeting dispute, stolen flower pots

A student realized items were missing from his car when an officer found his backpack on the side of the road, and more.

July 24, 2015 · News, Police Beat
Photo by Michael Herrera

Truck collides with UNF Arena walkway

Due to a truck collision earlier this afternoon, the overhead walkway and crosswalk near UNF Arena are closed, and officials are rerouting traffic in the section of University of North Florida Drive along the UNF Arena…

July 23, 2015 · Daily, News
Dana Baker, attorney general, explaining the circumstances of the bill's violation.Photo by Michael Herrera

Judicial review finds lobbyist bill in violation of SG Constitution

A bill to fund a $50,000 lobbyist contract and SG travel to Tallahassee will be sent back to a committee vote after it was found in violation of the SG constitution.

July 22, 2015 · Daily, News, Student Government
‘Go Set a Watchman': The so-so draft with a Pulitzer Prize backstory

‘Go Set a Watchman': The so-so draft with a Pulitzer Prize backstory

In the “new to us” semi-sequel, readers meet a grown-up Jean “Scout” Louise and gain more insight into the pro-segregation opinions of some of the original “To Kill a Mockingbird” characters.

July 22, 2015 · Daily, Opinions
Senate tables funding request, fills two seats, accepts Real Food Challenge

Senate tables funding request, fills two seats, accepts Real Food Challenge

Six senators of nine voted to table a $120,000 funding request for a possible Homecoming comedy show. Senate also approved a bill to bring healthier food to campus and appointed two positions and two senators.

July 21, 2015 · Daily, News, Student Government