Students were able to get a tour of The Frederick and Ophelia Tate Ogier Garden Friday March 3, and participants could pick from the many vegetables and plants to make themselves a healthy salad. The garden is an area at UNF where students can learn about the health benefits of […]
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This weekend is packed with funky food trucks and all kinds of live performances. Thursday, July 21 — 99.9 Gator Country Free Concert Series with Dylan Scott What: Join Jacksonville’s country station for its second free concert of the summer. Jordan Ranger and Orange Park’s Danielle Lauderdale will open at […]
Ospreys and their families filled the Brooks College of Health Food Lab Wednesday night to make their own pickling creations.
Those colorful glass jars of pickled peppers, green olives and other vegetables in your grandmother’s house aren’t just for decoration. Even though they look like a science experiment (because they are), you can pickle your way to saving vegetables, and therefore money, that would otherwise end up in the trash.
Love music, giveaways and a petting zoo all helped students de-stress and have fun.
Though college life could be hectic with credit hours and study sessions, there are over 200 clubs and student organizations for students to join and perhaps engage outside of academics. Spinnaker’s guide to UNF clubs highlights several clubs that might spark your interest.
With the warmer weather and the sun high in the sky, UNF students show off their summer style throughout campus.
UNF student Myriam Lahcen was killed in a car crash on March 16 while on Spring Break with friends in Cancun, Mexico.
That wasn’t just goose poop passers-by were smelling Nov. 17 at the student union. Osprey Productions and the UNF Organic Garden teamed up to host the first Fall Harvest Festival, the main draw of which was a petting zoo full of cute and fuzzy — if a little stinky — creatures. The event […]
By: Josh Brannock, Sports Editor The No. 50 UNF men’s tennis program will look to continue its hot streak after winning four out of its last five matches during its progression through its conference schedule. The Ospreys hosted five straight home matches, which included two matches against top-ranked teams and […]
I hope you enjoyed your Spring Break, dear reader. I certainly did. No rushing to class, no parking struggles, no homework – none of that business. But you’d better not get used to vacation time if you plan on working in the States. In the richest country in the world, […]
Stuck but not bored If you’re tired of music and television during the break, you can head out around town with some affordable adventures on this list.
Music makes you lose control If you want to hang out with your ears over the break, check out some don’t-wanna-miss shows in town.
Going on a cruise this spring break? You better have fun, because you will probably spend way too much money and you probably won’t think about how badly the boat is polluting the ocean, the least you can do is be happy.
Students returning from Spring Break who need to complete administrative paperwork will be in for a surprise – several key offices will be vacant. During the break, several offices including One Stop, the Cashier’s Office and the Admissions Office will be moved to UNF Hall, though they are anticipated to […]
With the busy schedules students must balance, it can be hard to focus on any life other than their own. But there is so much going on in America and around the world that students should know about. In Guatemala, people are suffering from social problems caused by 36 years […]