Illustration by Zach Evans

Police Beat: locked keys, pipes and missing cautionary signs

On Sept. 19, UNFPD reported finding drug paraphernalia while helping a student retrieve his keys in a locked car. Meanwhile, cautionary signs of the Native Heart Island bridge have been reported missing.

September 22, 2014 · News, Police Beat
The “teaching” university is not afraid to get practical

The “teaching” university is not afraid to get practical

UNF took its classification as a “teaching” university, added some research and created a uniquely practical and hands-on education for its students.

September 22, 2014 · Enterprise
Breaking: red Jeep overturned at UNF Drive and Alumni Drive intersection

Breaking: red Jeep overturned at UNF Drive and Alumni Drive intersection

On Monday, Sept. 22 around 2 p.m. an accident occurred at the corner of UNF Drive and Alumni Drive involving an overturned red Jeep. A female was injured and transported to a local hospital.

September 22, 2014 · Daily, News
New abstract sculpture installed at UNF

New abstract sculpture installed at UNF

Erica Mendoza, a senior majoring in fine arts with a concentration in sculpture, created a yellow 3-D sculpture that was installed at UNF today.

September 22, 2014 · News, University
Illustration by Zach Evans

Police Beat: lost everything but the weed

In the past week, a number of items have been reported stolen including a parking decal, bicycle and two laptops, while marijuana has been found in the Osprey Fountains.

September 19, 2014 · News, Police Beat
John Morgan's tour bus for his campaign to collect student votes on Amendment 2.  Photo courtesy Facebook

John Morgan pleads for student votes on Amendment 2

This past Wednesday, Sept. 17, John Morgan came to UNF to encourage students to vote yes on the issue of medical marijuana. He emphasized the importance of student voters for Amendment 2 on the Nov. 4 ballot.

September 19, 2014 · Daily, News
Professors swapped without warning

Professors swapped without warning

This fall several students found that the professor teaching their class was not the one originally listed when registration took place, and the university did not notify students when the change occurred. The university currently does not have a policy that requires departments to inform students about instructor changes.

September 17, 2014 · Daily, News
The Flats will be used for UNF upperclassmen housing.
Photo by Blake Middleton

The Flats on Kernan to become UNF student housing

UNF hopes to buy The Flats on Kernan for $30.5 million by the end of the month. The Flats will house only UNF students and some FSCJ students starting Fall 2015.

September 17, 2014 · Daily, News
From left to right, Mickey Nguyen, Dustin Go and David Ha try and scarf down their burritos as fast as they can at the burrito eating contest that took place today at noon at Market Day.
Photo by Joshua Brangenberg

UNF Market Day features a burrito eating contest

Moe’s Southwest Grill sponsored a burrito eating contest today at UNF’s Market Day. Twenty students, who previously signed up, competed in different waves with prizes ranging from Moe’s Bucks to free burritos.

September 17, 2014 · Daily, News
Student Government hosts a cookout on the Green for students completing survey

Student Government hosts a cookout on the Green for students completing survey

From 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the Green, Student Government will be asking students to complete a survey concerning SG’s initiative proposals. Free food catered by Mayes Food Service will be provided for those who participated in the survey.

September 16, 2014 · Daily, News