The Executive Branch is working on providing students more iPhone chargers in the library and the Office of Elections requested money for shirts in preparation for the upcoming elections. Budget & Allocation Meeting The SG Office of Elections filed a special request of $2,862 to buy 600 t-shirts to hand […]
The North Florida’s women’s track and field team had several outstanding performances at the Samford Invitational. Junior Eden Meyer dominated in the 3000m, setting a personal best time and a Complex Facility meet record of 9:31.16. Meyer’s time marked the fastest time of the year in the ASUN conference. Senior […]
North Florida was able to pull out a 61-51 win over the NJIT Highlanders, despite three of their five starters fouling out. Both NJIT (10-16, 3-8 ASUN) and UNF (10-16, 3-8 ASUN) had 20 plus turnovers in this matchup. Head Coach Darrick Gibbs was content with the team’s growth. “We’re […]
I asked people of UNF one question: “How do you feel about Trump’s immigration ban?” Here’s what they had to say. Eiman Eltinay, Post-Bach, Nutrition “I feel like this is the time that people are standing united. After a long time, I feel like we do see people coming out […]
Halloween is a transitional period for the year. It’s around this time (at least, in places where actual seasons occur) that crops die and the weather starts to get cold. The air feels quiet and the wind feels louder. With that in mind, Christmas time should be considered scarier than […]
UNF President John Delaney said students should report racial incidents and tolerate opposing viewpoints in an email sent to all students in light of an alleged increase of verbal assaults and discrimination following the 2016 presidential election. “The University has always protected freedom of speech, but we won’t tolerate intimidation […]
Expect student union renovations, continued free printing, and support for the Counseling Center. Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry visited the Senate on Monday to talk about his experience as mayor, answering questions and giving advice. Mayor @lennycurry speaking to future leaders in @UNFSG tonight at UNF. #ilovejax pic.twitter.com/MISYEYovSC — City of […]
University of North Florida students attending the Thomas G. Carpenter library’s election watch party were visibly anxious as election results rolled in. As Florida’s vote continued to flip back and forth between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump earlier in the evening, the crowd seemed to be participating in the Mannequin […]
Stolen Bike A man locked up his bike and returned to find only his front tire. The police report states an officer met with the victim around 11 a.m. Sept. 3, who said his bike had been stolen from Lot 18. The victim said he locked his bike through […]
Leading up to the start of basketball season, the Spinnaker will be profiling the incoming recruits for the 2016-2017 season. Benedikt Haid is a 6-foot-4-inch shooting guard from Austria. Haid grabbed Head Coach Matthew Driscoll’s attention by sending him emails with links to his game tape on YouTube. He signed […]
Following a disappointing performance Monday night, UNF grad Beau Beech tallied 13 points, including seven straight points to end the first quarter, for the Brooklyn Nets in the Las Vegas Summer League Tuesday night. Beech played just under 16 minutes, but was the Net’s second-leading scorer in the team’s 87-85 […]
Jacksonville Jaguars fans rejoice! The dates of the student ticket sales have been posted with the first round of sales happening next week.
This three-story, 80,000 square foot building has seen more sweat, testosterone and spandex than a 1980’s themed frat party. Its occupiers resemble ancient Greek statues, chiseled enough to make couch potatoes grab an extra large sweater in self-consciousness.
Summer classes have been in full swing for a few weeks now. For this week’s People of UNF, we’ve asked students what they like and could live without when it comes to taking summer courses.
UNF students are about to see a shift in business in Alumni Square. You could call it a spectacle. National college eyeglasses chain Campus Optical will replace CPR Cell Phone Repair, which recently went out of business, and occupy the space between the Chick-fil-A and the UPS store this summer. […]
She waited five years to travel on a boat for a marathon in Earth’s no man’s land. Not to mention, she gets seasick easily.