A student jogs on the athletic track without permission and has to call and ambulance, and two students get sent to student conduct for marijuana use.
Travel requests for two conferences and a failed bill.
A marijuana bust and the report from the Sept. 14 crime alert.
A crime alert went out across campus Sept. 14 and was recalled the same day.
The Military and Veteran’s Resource Center was granted $25,000 from the Student Union Fund Balance as initial funding for a Veterans Memorial. A request from the Executive Branch for $16,064.71 to fund an office build out was granted.
Ozzie the Osprey was dancing around the Student Union on Sept. 9 because the Florida Lottery and UNF’s Special Events coordinators co-hosted an event to celebrate and promote Bright Futures.
Chief of the University Police Department, John Dean, gave an informal verbal comment that he was retiring.
Many students may be surprised to learn the Student Union was built only four years ago. Current SU staff celebrated the building’s birthday Sept. 4 in one of its ballrooms.
S: Tell me about your craziest experience on tour.
CS: I’ve got bit… After meeting with fans I was getting my picture made with this lady and she was drunk and she reached over and bit me, and drew blood. So I had a big bite mark I had to explain to my wife, “You’re not gonna believe this, but I actually got bit”.
As of this semester, the cost of parking tickets has increased for some violations to make the citation price reflect the severity of the offense.
Over the summer, new flooring was installed in the Osprey Cove because the old carpet needed to be replaced. The new flooring appears at first glance to be hardwood, but is actually luxury vinyl tile.
Pastel artist Richard Lundgren’s work captures scenes of nature that he sees disappearing as the environment changes. These scenes can now be seen at the Lufrano Intercultural Gallery in an exhibition titled Disappearing Landscapes.
Students from each of the 11 Florida state universities gathered in Tallahassee to lobby for lower tuition.
Student Body President, Carlo Fassi, made an executive order late on April 3 that said that the Volunteer Center would be made inactive due to cost inefficiency.
This week’s open forum for having a proposed tobacco free campus had more than one student show up. Eric Armetta, political science junior, was the first student to speak. Armetta is a non-smoker against the ban on tobacco. Armetta touched on UNF’s current smoking policy. The policy states that one cannot […]
UNF president John Delaney issued an email to students informing them the university will not pursue a football program in the near future.