A female UNF student had a strange experience with a stranger while walking home.
Following up on the student that crashed into the North Kernan 7-11 in January.
Gas lines mysteriously left open and an ongoing laptop search.
A glimpse into “The Week Ahead.”
The United Party’s Caleb Grantham is set to become Student Government (SG) President due to an uncontested candidacy, according to SG Election Commissioner Bradley Johnson. “There are twenty candidates for Senate, one for President and one for Vice-President on one party ticket. That’s it.” Johnson said. “It doesn’t mean the candidate […]
Texting “raincheck” to 888-222 lands you a free burrito until 6 p.m. today.
The Genocide Awareness Project will be returning to campus this week.
The Budget and Allocations Committee approved the 2016-2017 budget by a vote of 5-0-1 in an emergency meeting Wednesday.
In this week’s Police Beat, longboard thieves, stolen laptops, and a creepy threat.
The Budget and Allocations committee has postponed sending a budget and a new SG minimum GPA will be effective Fall 2016.
The core of the UNF campus lost power Tuesday morning. JEA responded and the issue was resolved by 11 a.m.
Several sororities’ lawn letters were found in the pond by the Student Union on Jan. 25.
The University Crisis Management team released a special edition of the Osprey Update this evening warning students and the university community at large of a potential bomb hoax.
The newly-formed Impact Party, running in the upcoming executive branch election, is disbanding according to several sources close to the matter.
A female student reported former Student Government Vice President and former Impact Party Campaign Manager Jordan Wilson threatened her on Jan. 20 while exiting an elevator in Osprey Fountains.
In this week’s police beat, two non-students were arrested and the parking decal bandit is back.