Judicial complaints were filed on the first day of school against two members of SG for violating elections guidelines. Sabrina Sorrentino, SG Elections Commissioner, filed complaints against Senator Kyle Spear and Senate Pro-Tempore Sami Mims. Both members of SG are accused of violating the rule that campaign signage is not […]
Phone Threats UNFPD investigated a series of threatening phone calls on Aug. 17 at Alumni Hall. According to the police report, at around 8 a.m. a campus employee received six phone calls from a blocked caller on the university’s main number. The employee stated that the calls escalated from […]
Back in session The first senate meeting of the semester on Aug. 22 brought in a record-breaking 36 new people seeking general senate seats and has SG gearing up for elections. A record-breaking 36 students came to tonight's @UNFSG meeting seeking Senate seats. pic.twitter.com/OZVrwiNZ4Y — UNF Spinnaker (@UNFspinnaker) August 22, […]
UNF Housing and Residence life is taking new measures to ensure student safety and prevent fires. They are testing a new type of stovetop burner called Smart Burners. Director of Housing and Residence Life, Bob Boyle, said they would test the burners out this semester in the community kitchen in […]
Blue lot and faculty permits are currently sold out, and it’s leaving both faculty and students a little unnerved. As of Aug. 16, blue lot permits were sold out. Over 5,000 permits were sold within a month, meaning that if you haven’t purchased one yet, the gray lots look to be your place […]
Are you confused on whether you should be using Blackboard or Canvas this semester? Turns out, the answer to this depends on your professors.
Lot 7, the parking lot wedged between the engineering building and a shuttle stop, will be closed for maintenance for over a year, as Skinner-Jones Hall is under construction.
Chabad of Southside is breaking ground on a new $2.4 million facility in September, which will provide the Jewish Ospreys with a bigger and better place to call home. Chabad is a Jewish organization that focuses on educating and connecting Jewish young adults with their heritage. Rabbi Shmuli Novack, who […]
Students who are driving on campus during intercession, watch out. Parking decals from the 2015-2016 school year expire today, Aug. 15. UNF Parking Services will start writing citations for expired decals Tuesday, Aug. 16. This fall marks the first phase of UNF’s transition to virtual parking. For the time being, […]
Missing Mac A Macbook laptop and iPod were stolen from The Flats at UNF on Aug. 6. According to the report, the victim left the laptop and iPod on his bed prior to leaving the apartment to attend his graduation ceremony. The report states that he does not remember if […]
Jacksonville’s various businesses are luring locals to their stores for one of the last stress-free weekends of summer. Whether you’re a food lover, vinyl junkie or shopaholic, you’ll likely find yourself spending money this weekend. Thursday, August 11 — Grand Opening Celebration of Clothes Mentor What: The long-awaited women’s […]
Make sure to pack your boots for move-in day because Rodney Atkins will be headlining this year’s Welcome to the Nest Festival, free with an active Osprey 1Card.
In October, two UNF professors will be speakers at a Jacksonville TEDx event. Among the 12 recently announced speakers are Dr. Tracy Alloway, associate professor of psychology and graduate program director, and Dr. JeffriAnne Wilder, associate professor of sociology. TEDx is a program made of TEDTalks videos and live speakers that […]
With less than 100 days until the Nov. 8 general election, Donald Trump delivered a speech to roughly 16,000 people at the Jacksonville Veteran’s Memorial Arena on August 3.
The Florida Department of Health announced July 29 that four people in Dade and Broward county contracted Zika after being bit by mosquitoes. Hundreds of Floridians have been infected after traveling to areas affected by Zika, but this was the first time the virus had been transmitted through carrier mosquitoes […]
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump will be hosting a campaign rally in Jacksonville today, Wednesday Aug. 3. The rally will take place at the Jacksonville Veteran’s Memorial Arena at 300 A. Philip Randolph Blvd., and begins at 7 p.m. Doors will open at 4 p.m.