The Vice President of Public Relations introduces UNF’s new interactive campus map.
Who’s watching you?
UNF’s Coordinator for Fraternity and Sorority Life reacts to complaints of racism in the rush process at the University of Alabama.
After a series of burglaries in Lots 55 and 10, UPD was unable to identify any suspects, although there was security footage of the crime scene.
A handicapped student living on campus reported to UPD that he caught someone who worked with him stealing money on camera.
Publishing these videos online has connected UNF to the deaf community in a way that we probably could not have done in a pre-digital age, Jeffery Bowen, director of technical services, said.
John Hale, Director of Physical facilities, told the Spinnaker that as of approximately 3:30 p.m., the main was fixed and the water had been restored to the affected buildings.
Five burglaries from unlocked motor vehicles over a three day period were reported to the University Police Department last week.
From Sept. 19-21, various items were stolen from five vehicles in Lots 55 and 10.
Students gathered at the Coxwell amphitheater to honor the memory of a recently deceased Kappa Alpha brother.
Lots 1&2 are under construction to add parking spaces and improve disability parking.
This year the Elections and Appointments Committee is working to allow students to vote from home, via an online voting system. Despite the online voting system, polling centers will still be set up.
It’s 90 degrees out, unbearably humid and noisy with the daily commotion of the campus. There are tents on the Green.
The Associated Builders and Contractors, Northeast Florida Chapter, recognized the new Osprey Café with three awards.
A crime alert went out across campus Sept. 14 and was recalled the same day.
Dean Larry Daniel will teach educational leadership in the Doctor of Education program.
A student cut his foot while playing ultimate frisbee on the Green.