Spring Break is finally upon us and there’s never a better time to hit the beach and catch some wav — [looks at the weather] — well at least we can hang out on campus and avoid the rush of classes and the stress of homework. For all ten of […]
Intersession — that transient time between semesters — is upon us. When there are no classes, campus is quiet and many departments or services are inactive or subdued while the students are away. Until classes resume on May 11, here are some adjustments you should plan for if you’re coming to […]
At the Auxiliary Oversight Committee meeting, a recommendation to increase Pay for Print costs from $.09 to $.13 was made, as the Student Government (SG) free print lab has decreased program revenue by nearly 20 percent…
IncludED, a new system being discussed, could give students a new approach to textbooks. IncludED is a program offered through Follett, which is the course material distributer for the UNF Bookstore. The program would factor the cost of textbooks into tuition or fees.
UNF’s organic garden team planted its first crop of the season in what is now known as the Frederick C. and Ophelia T. Ogier Gardens Sept. 21.
Seniors can start picking up their gowns, tassels, tickets and other graduation necessities starting today at the UNF Bookstore.
Members of the UNF Health Promotion staff believe the rise in throat cancer can be attributed to a change in our culture’s view of oral sex. Scientists across the country are finding oral sex causes throat cancer — passing tobacco as the leading cause in the United States. The reason […]
“JUST BUY THAT BOOK!” Miami native Karen Russell speaks to the Spinnaker about her exaggerated-version-of-South-Florida novel.
There are a few interesting facts you may not know about UNF and life on campus. Check out some quirky superlatives we at the Spinnaker found throughout 2010.
May 9 – Information (Lot 18) UPD was dispatched to Lot 18 in response to a sick person. After UPD called Fire and Rescue, the ill person was transported to St. Vincent’s Medical Center. May 11 – Damaged Property (Lot 12) Two vehicles were covered in dust and dented in […]
In the past months, students have been hearing the buzz about getting tested and knowing their status for HIV and AIDS. The chatter began on campus when UNF kicked off a huge campaign for World AIDS Day Nov. 27, which was a huge success. Somewhere between 50 and 75 people […]