Partnered with the Jewish Ospreys, breast cancer survivor Jamie Allen is hosting a donation drive for cancer patients. These donations are to be distributed amongst the patients at Saint Vincent’s and other oncology offices in the Jacksonville area. Each of us have our own brand of challenges that we have to […]
Deep inside the Biology building, Dr. Judy Ochrietor is using mice to conduct research that could lead to major changes in science and medicine. An associate professor of biology and the biomedical program director, Ochrietor came to UNF in the fall of 2005 and brought this research with her. She […]
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 […]
Veteran’s Center director and creator loses fight with cancer. Scholarship endowment created in her name will help active military and veterans transition to campus life.
Did anyone else think No. 14 Wisconsin storming the court Saturday-after they beat No. 1, and at the time undefeated Ohio State-was a little over the top? I sure did. Maybe I’m a little biased on the issue. I’m sure all of you who are avid Beeline readers have caught on to the fact that I am an Ohio State Buckeyes fan. But I’m pretty sure if I wasn’t I would still feel the Feb. 12 court storm was over the top.
With 2011’s first installment of the “River City Rumble” set for tonight as the UNF men’s basketball team takes on the cross-town rival Jacksonville University Dolphins, it got me thinking about rivalries.
Sean Dale, the Atlantic Sun men’s golf Player of the Year and leader of the UNF men’s golf team, decided to redshirt the 2011 season to focus on academics. It got me thinking about the emphasis we as fans put on the “student” part of the term “student-athlete.”
I am a kid in a candy store right now. I’m giddy. I’m star-eyed. It shouldn’t take long to guess why–right now we as sports fans are in the middle of some great football.
The UNF Spinnaker Sports Editor is getting fed up with how difficult it has become to play defense in the NFL.
With the NBA preseason just days away, let’s take a look at who is going to win some of the individual awards for the 2010 season.
The American Cancer Society presents a special kick-off event to get people signed up for a benefit walk in October.
TAURUS: So remember that rumor that Jacksonville skies were slated to squeeze out some snow last week, and it totally didn’t happen, Taurian? Don’t be surprised if a trend develops. GEMINI: Gembalaya! Move it! Your sloth-like strut has really grown stale. Chug at least five cups of coffee in the […]
Aries – Out of all of the other things that make up your beauty, Aries, you always let your hair to be your primary concern. Stop styling the hair on your head in a certain way. Stop growing out your beard to impress your fellow bikers. Stop shaving your legs […]
Cancer is the No. 2 cause of death for children, according to the American Cancer Society. But UNF students and faculty will ease the experience of children with cancer by raising money for the Relay for Life event March 27-28. The event raises funds to benefit cancer research and helps […]
Grant Prather, a 26-year-old UNF student, fought long and hard with colon cancer, and his surviving family now takes solace that he is finally pain-free, his mother, Jo Anne McKinney said. Prather died Feb. 28 from the disease, after undergoing multiple sessions of chemotherapy. Upon reflection of her son’s life […]
[HTML1] UNF fraternity Delta Upsilon collected more than $200 in donations for cancer awareness Feb. 19 during their second annual shave-a-thon. Between the donations from the shave-a-thon, a $500 dollar anonymous donation and the tabling event scheduled for next week, the fraternity is expected to oupace last year’s $1,000 in […]