UNF’s Board of Trustees met Tuesday, March 14 to discuss the process of hiring a replacement for the departing President Delaney. The chair, Joy Korman, asked BOT member Kevin Hyde to chair the search advisory committee, which will lead the hunt for a new president. BOT members Paul McElroy, Sharon […]
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In the wake of major controversy from the first executive order on refugees, President Donald Trump signed a new executive order on refugees March 6. The new order will become effective Thursday, March 16. The first executive order on refugees was called a refugee ban by many. People around […]
Video by Marielisa Martinez Although he expected it to end years ago, John Delaney’s run as UNF’s president is coming to an end in May 2018. “I didn’t expect to stay this long,” Delaney told Spinnaker. “I had five years in mind, maybe seven but now, thirteen and a […]
President John Delaney announced his retirement through a staff and student wide email Monday morning to end his 15 years at the university. Delaney plans to start his retirement on May 30, 2018 after his contract ends. “The UNF Board of Trustees has requested that I extend my contract, but […]
This fall, UNF admitted the smartest freshman class the university has ever seen. UNF topped the academic charts this year with an average GPA of 4.17 for our first-time-in-college freshman class. The average SAT score for this year was 1208, which was on par with recent years. Because of some […]
UNF will become the sixth university in Florida to implement an Honors College on its campus.
At the Board of Trustees retreat, which held a lighthearted tone with jokes made by President Delaney and others, members were divided into groups and tasked with presenting their top priorities for the university to the other members.
UNF President John Delaney helped break ground for a new faith-based dorm being privately built off campus by the Town Center.
At 3 p.m. of Aug. 25, UNF President John Delaney did the Ice Bucket Challenge in the Student Union Osprey Plaza to help raise ALS awareness.
UNF will not be fighting the 1st District Court of Appeals ruling that a student has a right to keep a gun secured in their vehicle while parked on campus.
“You don’t leave as a legacy something that can’t financially carry itself — that’s a bad legacy,” Delaney said. “I think it’s more likely that we won’t have football than we will.”
Headed by President John Delaney, the UNF Board of Trustees approved the 2012-2013 school budget, which totals $131,684, 574. There are no major changes to the budget that should concern students, President Delaney said. The budget, which includes $65,717,347 from student tuition and fees, was quickly passed. A quick approval was possible, due […]
Florida slowly takes the public out of education as research universities aim for elitist status.
By: Ava Rivera, Contributing Writer The Health Promotions Department held a tobacco attitude survey during the Fall 2011 semester. According to Mike Kennedy, assistant director of the Health Promotions Department, there were almost 4700 respondents involved, which is about 30 percent of students, faculty and staff. “We found that 74 […]
President John Delaney explains the decision, students consider their academic futures
One Spinnaker writer got to watch the GOP Debate live inside the Lazzara Performance Hall.