Chief of the University Police Department, John Dean, gave an informal verbal comment that he was retiring.
“Sustained” —Atlantic Beach Police internal affairs investigation offers insight into UNF hiring decision
At an Atlantic Beach crosswalk March 31, 2010, Ashley Stump pressed the button, the walk light turned on and she started pedaling her bicycle across Fairway Villas Lane.
She said it was then an Atlantic Beach Police patrol car pulled forward, and the two collided. Stump was knocked off her bicycle, which was then lodged under the tire of the patrol car.
Many students may be surprised to learn the Student Union was built only four years ago. Current SU staff celebrated the building’s birthday Sept. 4 in one of its ballrooms.
As of this semester, the cost of parking tickets has increased for some violations to make the citation price reflect the severity of the offense.
Over the summer, new flooring was installed in the Osprey Cove because the old carpet needed to be replaced. The new flooring appears at first glance to be hardwood, but is actually luxury vinyl tile.
Sigma Lambda Gamma ranked its UNF chapter as the number one chapter across the nation on June 26th.
Congested traffic and crying parents can only point to one thing: move in week.
Friday incoming freshman got a taste of the University life as they lugged their mini-fridges and boxes into their new homes here on campus.
Upperclassmen moved in on Saturday carrying many of the same items, perhaps more adeptly.
Chick-Fil-A is now open in Alumni square after months of construction on the former location for Sbarro.
The soft opening doesn’t include free food giveaways, to some students’ dismay.