The newest restaurant at UNF’s Student Union held its grand opening on Sept. 15, and it is the real deal.
The Chartwells Broken Food Truck will serve lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Osprey Productions will host Euphoria: UNF Art Walk, bringing together the Jacksonville community and the UNF campus to showcase art.
A Chartwells employee got belligerent while a worker took a boot off his car in Garage 38.
Pita Pit is coming to campus in April at the Osprey Clubhouse.
The Boathouse recently obtained a liquor license, and is now serving liquor as part of its bar menu.
It will serve wells drinks for $4.75 and premium drinks for $5.75.
UNF Student Body President Carlo Fassi submitted a formal quote Aug. 17 for new vendors to be brought to campus.
The posed amount for Chick-fil-A is about $700,000, and Papa Johns is estimated at $210,000, with the funds mainly going toward renovating the two areas to accommodate for the new vendors.
Korey Konapasek, Chartwells director of operations at UNF, gives the Spinnaker a tour of the new dining hall. Click on this article to find out what they’ll be dishing out starting this fall.
When it’s time to find a place on campus that can serve you a fast, cheap and somewhat healthy option, where do yah go?
In case you only swing by the on-campus Sbarro occasionally, here is your chance to find out a little more about its supervisor.
Check out what’s going on around campus in this week’s edition of News in Brief.
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