In a message sent out to students and staff Friday, UNF President John Delaney addressed concerns expressed by the campus community regarding potential changes in national immigration policies. Delaney recognized that any type of change to immigration policy directly impacts UNF because of the ample number of international students, staff and […]
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Fellow Ospreys, On Tuesday, Mar. 7, and Wednesday, Mar. 8, you will head to the polls to cast your vote for the next Student Government President. If we learned anything from the 2016 election it is this: elections have consequences and your vote truly matters. Since 2003, you have elected […]
In a statement released Monday evening, UNF President John Delaney took a moment to “affirm our unwavering support for students, faculty and staff from other countries and of all faiths.” President Donald Trump issued an executive order barring citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the U.S. for 90 days, […]
UNF is not receiving performance funding from the state for this fiscal year. This money is distributed based on the scores of the state’s 11 public universities, with the most money going to those at the top and none going to those at the bottom.
President Delaney talks about how UNF promotes diversity and inclusion and confirms that the investigation of the hanging of the Sigma Beta Rho jacket is still ongoning.
President Delaney addresses the concerned public and student body on the hate crime investigation.
“Folks, I’ve seen this movie before. The ending depends on whether the townsfolk are willing to rise up against the Boss Hogg/Mr. Potter/political boss character and his henchpeople.”
[nicevideo link=”http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uTXskyo0TKQ”] In 2003, John Delaney ended his final term as mayor of Jacksonville and became the next president of UNF. In a span of 11 years, four people who previously worked as part of Delaney’s staff were placed in, or have risen to, some of UNF’s highest administrative positions. […]
University President John Delaney said John Rood, owner of The Flats at Kernan, is cautiously looking into selling The Flats to UNF.
UNF plans to build a new olympic-sized pool just north of the Student Wellness Complex. According to a press release from UNF, the university will continue to use the current Aquatic Center until after the 2013-14 women’s swimming and diving season, which ends March 1, 2014. The press release said […]
Forbes magazine ranks UNF on its annual “America’s Top Colleges” list. UNF ranked at #421, a higher placement than last year (#491), but still behind UF (#80).
Quite honestly, other than the board’s approval of the controversial 15 percent tuition differential increase (which the Board of Governors approved, but decreased to 13 percent on June 21), the BOT rarely creates any controversy.
But then the BOT abused their power by violating Florida’s Sunshine Law during the June 19 main, or plenary, meeting.
By Matt Head, Josh Whitson and Joseph Basco The UNF Brooks College of Health’s School of Nursing are investigating a cheating scandal regarding a test. The Spinnaker confirmed the incident Thursday with multiple students involved in the School of Nursing who asked not to be named out of concern for […]
By: Jordan Harirchi, Assistant Sports Editor In light of Ozzie Guillen’s five-game suspension for pro-Fidel Castro remarks, what is an apology worth? Hands down, Guillen’s attempt to further the fiery, over-the-top persona he’s built over the years was probably his stupidest. The flames emanating from his character must have consumed […]
Osprey TV sits down with President Delaney the week of the GOP Debate.