With UNF’s food service provider’s contract up for renewal, Chartwells is proposing several new restaurants for campus — like Panda Express and Dunkin’ Donuts. Chartwells held a presentation Jan. 13 in front of students, staff and faculty about what they hope to change, keep and implement if its contract gets […]
At Monday’s meeting there were two appointment confirmations, a denied travel request and a few announcements from the SG President about Executive Branch initiatives. Travel request There wasn’t much legislation passed through the senate on Oct. 17, but there was an important action taken. The UNF Sculpture guild requested $1829.88 […]
Student Health Services may be moving off campus, Student Body President Caleb Grantham told senators Wednesday. Located in the Brooks College of Health, Student Health Services provides students with free diagnosis, consultations and medical referrals. They also provide immunizations, physicals and STD testing at low costs for students. “The university […]
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 new state law exempts certain prepaid college meal plans from sales tax. Chartwells is included. Starting Oct. 31 students can purchase their meal plans online, without being charged for sales tax.
Outtakes is usually a quick-stop for students wanting to conquer school munchies before running to class. Some students may wonder why the prices at UNF’s convenient little store are all over the place and seemingly more expensive than anywhere else. For students on a health kick, a Nature Valley granola […]
A Chartwells employee got belligerent while a worker took a boot off his car in Garage 38.
Time slots, mandatory requirements and lack of refunds have some students wondering why meal plans at University of North Florida are so strict. Some students want to know why they can’t get a refund on the cheeseburger they didn’t get to eat at lunch.
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.
Since the initiative to build a Chick-fil-A at the University of North Florida has yet to be approved, students will not be dressing up like cows on campus for the annual Celebrate Cow Appreciation Day this year.
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?