UNFPD searched the dumpsters along the Flats apartments buildings wearing hazmat suits Monday afternoon as officers continued looking for missing UNF student George Louissaint. Police Chief Mackesy joined the search party himself, after Louissaint went missing early Sunday morning after attending a party at the Flats — more than […]
Hurricane Matthew is currently 95 miles southeast of Jacksonville according to an update from the National Weather Service. Though the hurricane is still on track to severely impact the Jacksonville area, it appears that it will hit the First Coast as a Category 3 storm. Hurricane Matthew’s path has shifted […]
The start of college is a big transition, and for many students, it can be a little overwhelming. This may not leave you wishing for home or things more familiar, but it can cause the same kind of feelings of irritation, worry and sadness as homesickness. “Homesickness is when the […]
In October, two UNF professors will be speakers at a Jacksonville TEDx event. Among the 12 recently announced speakers are Dr. Tracy Alloway, associate professor of psychology and graduate program director, and Dr. JeffriAnne Wilder, associate professor of sociology. TEDx is a program made of TEDTalks videos and live speakers that […]
For three days, lines of students bought up Student Government’s (SG) discounted season tickets at the Osprey plaza. Jaguars cheerleaders and mascot Jaxson de Ville were present as SG tripled the season tickets they sold on the first day of sales last year.
John Hutcheson, who died on Tuesday at age 71, taught printmaking at UNF for eight years. He printed at workshops around the world–New York, London, Singapore– and mastered disciplines of printmaking like Stone Lithography, Silkscreen, Handmade Paper, Etching, and Woodcut.
UNF is offering Masters of Public Administration classes at the Jesse Ball DuPont Center in the upcoming fall and spring semesters.
UNF and Jacksonville have plenty of exciting events to choose from to make the weekend between Summer A and Summer B your best so far this season.
A former Jacksonville University football player was injured and a Jacksonville man is dead following the shooting at Orlando’s Pulse nightclub where 50 people were killed.
Tropical storm warning in effect for Duval County.
Summer B is still a few weeks away, but Ospreys can soak up Jacksonville’s nightlife until then.
Police reports reveal a theft that leads to the discovery of a missing person, a car burglarized at The Flats and more.
Before you prepare to swipe your card to enter the library, check out the newest installation displaying memorabilia of Jacksonville’s underground dance music culture.
Sparks, passion, and togetherness has Jacksonville bubbling over with renewed life.
Student Government sent a message to local government, and raised the academic requirement to be a senator.
Whether it be a larger stadium capable of hosting world-renowned acts, or a small venue holding an intimate vibe, there’s a venue for you.