A student is out nearly $400, and UNFPD is asking for help in finding the man who might have it.
You might be able to tell from the flooding of campaign ads and that one relative posting way too many political stories on Facebook that election season is right around the corner.
UNF Senior Laura Erdelyi passed away Sunday after being involved in a car crash. She was 20 years old.
Texting “raincheck” to 888-222 lands you a free burrito until 6 p.m. today.
The core of the UNF campus lost power Tuesday morning. JEA responded and the issue was resolved by 11 a.m.
The newly-formed Impact Party, running in the upcoming executive branch election, is disbanding according to several sources close to the matter.
A woman’s ex-boyfriend breaks into home and shoots her current boyfriend, a UNF engineering student.
UNF students came together at the Student Union to honor the memory of fellow student Garth Sangree. Garth’s father, Mark Sangree, spoke at the vigil that was hosted by Baptist Collegiate Ministries.
Student Government posted unofficial election results announcing 20 new senators and both referendums passing.
Osprey Productions postponed ‘Thrilling Dead’ because the rain made it unsafe to use the equipment.
According to UNF President John Delaney, Sigma Chi is due for reorganization and expulsion of members in the Fall. More specific sanctions will be decided by the university on June 26. JSO has yet to verify that no charges are being pursued concerning the alleged sexual assault.
Update on previously missing UNF student Anthony Tallie – he’s been found.
SG B&A committee refuses to vote on Spinnaker Radio fund request for required LPFM broadcast equipment
Spinnaker Radio requested $38,978.43 from Student Government to fund the construction of a low-power FM (LPFM) radio station that could broadcast approximately in a 3.5 mile radius from campus. No other business was on the agenda for the B&A meeting Thursday evening.
Noel, a 20-year-old communications junior from Fort Lauderdale, was a member of the mens track and field team.
Freshman and ΚΣ member Matt Loveland is currently in the hospital after a motorcycle crash this weekend.
The Florida First District Court of Appeals ruled Dec. 10 that public universities can’t regulate guns on campus.