By James Donlon Your life is boring. Day in and day out you feel time slowly chipping away at you. Everyday feels like the same, worn out record, looping over and over again. Wake-up, go to school, go to work, go home, watch Netflix, sleep and repeat. But there is […]
Samuel Herb is an aspiring country music writer, with an affinity for bow ties, who also happens to be a senior studying journalism. His budding country music career will get a kickstart on Saturday, Aug. 27 in the Student Union Amphitheater, where Herb will be the opening act for Rodney […]
Worn-out welcome UNFPD went to The Flats on July 5 to settle a disturbance in the hallway. According to the report, a female came to the dorm on July 1 and asked to stay with one of the residents for a little while because she had been thrown out […]
Trail Blazers UNFPD apprehended two students as they were about to smoke weed on the nature trails July 10. According to the police report, a UNFPD officer was driving in the area of Osprey Cove (Lot #11) around 1:40 p.m. when he saw two white males walk across UNF Drive […]
Monday, June 13 marks the beginning of demolition on the arena walkway and iconic UNF staircase across from the Osprey Fountain.
The library fills up, finding a study room that isn’t booked is a rarity, and just looking at the lounge area in Starbucks seems over-whelming. If you’re looking for somewhere else to go, here are a few options on and off campus.
Suspicious stoners, found gun accessories, and a stolen $600 watch.
Weed, cocaine, and Xanax.
Two new speed-reading devices are present on campus.
On this week’s Man on the Street, reporter Brandon Thigpen asks students about their ideal study spots on and off campus.
The Osprey Clubhouse is now open and students can access the new pool, game room, and mailboxes. On June 22nd, the Clubhouse will accomodate the Summer Swoop Party with food, inflatables, and more.
Biological Sciences Building ranks ninth most environmentally friendly university building in the world
The Biological Sciences Building with its state-of-the-art design and features has been ranked the 9th greenest building in the world by bestmastersdegrees.com.
Students working on campus could qualify for health care benefits. Starting Jan. 1, 2014, Florida state employees must receive healthcare from their employer if they work over 30 hours a week, according to the 1802 Florida Senate Bill by the Committee on Governmental Oversight and Accountability.
A shuttle that takes students to the major shopping center is convenient for some, but for those whose classes fall between the scheduled times, not so much.
A student reports a gun was pulled out on campus.
A new smartphone app called Tapshield strives to increase safety, but could end up complicating things.