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Emergency committee meeting scheduled for next week

An emergency Constitution & Statutes Committee meeting is to be held Oct. 27 to revise Statute 408.4.

October 21, 2014 · News
Student Government senate seal.

Student Government funds UNF CRU and Command+N Graphic Design Club

At the Budget and Allocations Committee meeting Oct. 20, the committee granted money to Christian organization CRU and the Command+N Graphic Design Club.

October 21, 2014 · Daily
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Second accusation, same statute

Student Body President Joseph Turner has filed a second notice of non-compliance against Senate President Kaitlin Ramirez just two days after SG judiciary issued their statement on State v. Ramirez.

October 20, 2014 · Daily
Student Body President apologizes for racial slur ‘hiccup’

Student Body President apologizes for racial slur ‘hiccup’

Student Body President Joseph Turner could be heard saying the word “n—–” as he addressed the Senate during the Oct. 13 meeting. Turner apologizes to those who were offended by the impressions of his nervous ‘hiccup.’

October 17, 2014 · Daily, News, Student Goverment
Student Government senate seal.

Tension in Senate: SG resumes business after recent hearing

On Oct. 13, the Senate discussed the finalization of GOC’s Title 13, the need for a paid senior associate justice, and the appointment of a sergeant-at-arms.

October 14, 2014 · News, Student Goverment
Illustration by Zach Evans

Police Beat: JSO gets involved after suspect resists arrest

Police Beat: JSO took a 17-year-old student into custody after he pulled a fire alarm in The Crossings on Oct. 3. The student was charged with assault, resisting an officer, disorderly intoxication and obstruction by a disguised person.

October 14, 2014 · Police Beat
Parking spot monitors installed as test-run

Parking spot monitors installed as test-run

Parking Services is currently installing ground sensors in the UNF Arena Garage to test a new system for parking efficiency. By the end of November, ground sensors will be able to report the number of available parking spaces.

October 14, 2014 · Daily
Police Beat: threats, harassment, a hidden camera and stalking

Police Beat: threats, harassment, a hidden camera and stalking

UNFPD officers encountered marijuana in the residence halls, responded to issues of verbal threats and possible stalking, cases of unwanted advances and a student reporting verbal harassment from a professor in the latest police beat compiled from the university’s police reports.

October 13, 2014 · News, Police Beat
Student Government cancels scheduled candidate forums

Student Government cancels scheduled candidate forums

Two out of three candidate information sessions with SG have been canceled and replaced with candidate information sessions. The third candidate forum, scheduled for Oct. 22 from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. at the Student Union is still scheduled.

October 13, 2014 · Daily
Instructions taped inside the cubicles remind volunteers of proper polling procedure and how to respond to frequently asked questions.
Photo by Lydia Moneir

Students conduct poll that shows Crist ahead of Scott

UNF political science students conducted a poll from Sept. 29 to Oct. 8 concerning the upcoming gubernatorial election in November. They found Crist is ahead of Scott according to responses from 471 likely voters in Florida, and 67 percent would vote yes on Amendment 2.

October 13, 2014 · Daily, News