At 9 p.m., there were still visible signs of the earlier rain. Photo by Lydia Moneir

Thrilling Dead postponed after downpour

Osprey Productions postponed ‘Thrilling Dead’ because the rain made it unsafe to use the equipment.

October 30, 2014 · News, Special Report
Spinnaker’s Crist vs. Scott policy breakdown

Spinnaker’s Crist vs. Scott policy breakdown

Spinnaker lays out various policy positions from two the major candidates for governor, Rick Scott and Charlie Crist. This is not a political analysis but quick guide to their specific talking points and what they plan to do if elected to the governor’s office.

October 30, 2014 · Enterprise, News
UNF has been trying to partner with Zhang since 2008 to create the Confucius Institute here on campus. Photo by Joshua Brangenberg

UNF signs partnership with opaque Chinese institute

UNF signed a contract to establish a Confucius Institute, well aware of the program’s transparency issues as reported by the American Association of University Professors.

October 29, 2014 · Daily, News
Rick Scott is coming to campus

Rick Scott is coming to campus

News 104.5 WOKV is bringing ‘Stand Up For America,’ an event featuring Rick Scott, Sean Hannity and Brian Kilmeade, to campus this Halloween.

October 29, 2014 · Daily
Senate President Kaitlin Ramirez suggested making the full timeline 16 days to give members enough time for their tasks.
Photo by Blake Middleton

Student Government holds Senate meeting and two emergency meetings

Three meetings were held by Student Government Oct. 27 to discuss moving the printing station to another location, the wording in section 408.4, revisions to title 13 and more.

October 29, 2014 · News, Student Goverment
UNF Library. Photo by Keri Weiland

News in brief: UNF has more Chinese culture and new UNFPD chief, human rights, haunted house

This week, UNF opens Confucius Institute, welcomes new UNFPD Chief, and celebrates Halloween.

October 29, 2014 · Daily, News
Illustration by Zach Evans

Police Beat: UNFPD handles a breakup, a state residency and an interrupted nap

Police Beat: During the night of the River City Rumble, a UNFPD officer found a student passed out drunk by the arena on Oct. 24.

October 28, 2014 · News, Police Beat
Illustration by Zach Evans

Police Beat: ex-boyfriend makes threats on girl’s life

Police Beat: an embittered ex-boyfriend has been reported to have been threatening his ex-girlfriend via texts and tweets sent to the girl’s roommate.

October 28, 2014 · News, Police Beat
Students choose their senators, vote on referendums

Students choose their senators, vote on referendums

The first contested Student Government election for senate general seats begins today and ends Oct. 29. With 27 candidates–10 Independent and 17 Red Party, UNF students can vote at the three polling stations on campus or fill a ballot online.

October 28, 2014 · Daily, News, Student Goverment
Your Voice, Your Choice: voting for more than free pizza

Your Voice, Your Choice: voting for more than free pizza

The general apathy noted from UNF voter turnout may stem from not only the fault of students but also the efforts of Student Government. After three semesters of no elections, students now have the opportunity to vote for student leaders starting next Tuesday.

October 24, 2014 · Enterprise, News