Celebrate the end of summer session with some fun around Jax. Friday, July 29 — UNF School of Computing Pokemon Go Tournament What: A Pokemon Go tournament is finally coming to a campus near you. Ospreys will check in at the Osprey Plaza then trek across campus to catch Pokemon […]
During the Summer B term, students in the Surfboard Design and Fabrication class have been researching the mechanics of surfboards and the engineering involved, designing and building a miniature model board, and then ultimately shaping and designing their perfect surfboard.
Hotwiring hooligan UNFPD was called to the Hodges stadium after an unknown suspect stole and damaged John Deere cart. According to the police report, sometime between July 22 and July 25 the suspect(s) put an unknown item into the ignition and cranked the cart. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) drove […]
UPDATE — 7/26/16 @ 10:25 The crash at eastbound JTB and Kernan Boulevard did not involve UNF students, according to officials at the scene. Additionally, officials said the injuries were not life-threatening. UPDATE — 7/26/16 @ 10:02 — Added photo According to the Florida Highway Patrol (FHP), there were traffic […]
Staff Fight Two employees were cleaning Petway Hall (Bld. 57) on July 21, when an argument occurred. One custodial employee told UNFPD her coworker, a senior custodial worker, assigned her some additional tasks. According to the report, the employee said the senior worker was giving her too much work. The […]
For three days, lines of students bought up Student Government’s (SG) discounted season tickets at the Osprey plaza. Jaguars cheerleaders and mascot Jaxson de Ville were present as SG tripled the season tickets they sold on the first day of sales last year.
As of noon Monday, the Parking Services office has confirmed the online permit purchasing system is down until further notice. The website says it’s due to a “database error”. Spinnaker spoke to Parking Services this morning about the issue and a staff member said they are working to get the […]
Video by Brittany Moore and Audrey Carpenter The stray cats on campus are part of UNF’s diverse wildlife, and the Department of Environmental Health and Safety wants to keep it that way. Many students enjoy interacting with the stray cats that live on campus, but the department says students should […]
Beau Beech is inching closer to an NBA roster, signing a one-year, partially-guaranteed contract with the Brooklyn Nets on Sunday. Beech, who put up 8.8 points per game during his three summer league games, will play for the Nets’ D-League affiliate in Long Island. He will still have […]
*Correction: An earlier version of this story stated the cost of 25 free prints per student is $36,600. The story has been updated to reflect the accurate amount of $33,600. At the July 20 Senate meeting, Student Government (SG) announced that the 25 free prints initiative is returning for the fall 2016 […]
Between 6 p.m. Wednesday and 8 a.m. Thursday, an unknown suspect entered the Science and Engineering Building (#50) according to a campus alert issued Thursday morning. UNFPD states the suspect rummaged through about 27 offices on the second and third floors, removing several science textbooks. The suspect has been described […]
Students voted largely in favor of keeping Student Health Services (SHS) on-campus, in a Student Government (SG) poll conducted last week. Of students polled, 1,176 (81%), said they “would like the Student Health Services to remain on campus.” A total of 232 students (16%) answered they were “indifferent about whether […]
The traffic light at Eco Road and UNF Drive is currently inoperable. The traffic control box was struck by lightning, causing the light to go out.
Worn-out welcome UNFPD went to The Flats on July 5 to settle a disturbance in the hallway. According to the report, a female came to the dorm on July 1 and asked to stay with one of the residents for a little while because she had been thrown out […]
What happened? U.S. Representative Corrine Brown was indicted July 8, on 24 counts of conspiracy and fraud, stemming from alleged use of charity funds for personal expenses. Brown’s chief of staff, Elias Simmons, and the president of the organization in question, Carla Wiley are also facing charges. The trio was […]