By Alexandra Torres-Perez On March 8, it was International Women’s Day, and people from around the world celebrated it in different ways. Some women didn’t show up to work to make a point of what the world would be like without women. Others wore red to raise awareness for the […]
GINA Robot fails to fetch all of ‘Mars Rocks’
A team of UNF students was one out of 17 finalists that competed their robots at the international 2009 American Society of Mechanical Engineers student design competition in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. Nov. 15.
UNF Professor of Finance Dr. Parvez Ahmed recently awarded the Fulbright Award and will be spending four months teaching at the University of Bangladesh in Dhaka this fall. The Fulbright program accepts 800 applicants per year and Dr. Ahmed is one of about 294,000 participants in the program’s 61-year […]
A letter published in the Feb. 25 issue of the Spinnaker titled “Ashamed of UPD’s stereotyping” has led to further investigation of an incident the writer considered racial profiling, a practice “absolutely forbidden” by the United States Constitution, UPD Chief John Dean said. Junior communication major Angelo Mora said he […]
Dear Editor, Coming from a conservative town in Central Florida, I knew UNF would be much more of an open-minded environment for someone like me and many others to enjoy. I am a minority in this great country but never really had a major problem with race discrimination, though I […]