In front of a crowd of about 100 people, Jacksonville leaders discussed their views on guns and gun control.
If the bill passes in the general election, it will make sure the elections commissioner can only be removed from office by referendum.
Guests will include Cord Byrd, a representative for the National Rifle Association, and Patricia Brigham, a chair in the Gun Safety Committee of the League of Women Voters of Florida.
This week on campus: a Capture the Flag session, workshops on writing and butterflies and a tour of Jacksonville’s Recycling Center
BREAKING: Former UNF student has died in a fatal car accident in Brevard County.
The crowd at the Coxwell Ampitheater erupted with a sing-along to “I Don’t F–k With You.”
Lot 18 is open for students who have a blue or grey parking pass. Everyone else must buy temporary passes at Parking Services for $5.00.
The event attempted to remind students and other attendees that the original culture of the Americas is not a thing of the past.
The 249,000-square-foot store will be the first of its kind in Jacksonville.
The newly-renovated facility is now open to all students for various recreational activities.
Two individuals are arrested for marijuana and firearm possession outside of the library, while a female student is stalked at the Osprey Fountains.
SG committee acts on legislation shifting election commissioner protections, other business attended to
Osprey Voice results and travel grants were also discussed.
Big Sean and Asher Roth takes center stage in this week’s selection of free events.
The 22 year-old student was registered as a senior in the UNF nursing program.
The suspect reportedly discussed his plans on social media before carrying them out.
Blackboard undergoing maintenance starting today, and will be down until further notice is given.