Leading up to the start of basketball season, the Spinnaker will be profiling the incoming recruits for the 2016-2017 season.
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A new smartphone app called Tapshield strives to increase safety, but could end up complicating things.
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 […]
UF President Bernie Machen’s decision to keep his position has squelched rumors of President John Delaney leaving UNF to be a Gator again. Delaney says he was surprised at the initial nomination to take the UF position, and although the tug of his alma mater never fades, UNF is still […]
UNF President John Delaney made the list of 36 individuals the University of Florida’s presidential search committee released Sept. 11 to fill the position of UF’s president.
During a rebuilding 2011 season for the UNF soccer team, the Ospreys compiled a 1-15-0 overall record while going 0-8-0 in the Atlantic Sun Conference. With head soccer coach Derek Marinatos in his first season at UNF, the Osprey’s struggled scoring goals, defending, and most importantly, winning games. With a fresh start on the horizon, players and coaches alike know that the only way to go is up.
UNF President John Delaney sat down with Spinnaker reporter Bonnie Mulqueen today to discuss a number of recent campus issues such as his decision to stay at UNF and the 13 percent tuition differential increase, approved by the Florida Board of Governors on June 21.
UNF will not appeal the decision by the Board of Governors to approve a 13 percent tuition increase after the university requested a 15 percent increase to tuition. “We appreciate the work of the Board of Governors and are satisfied with its decision. In a sign of respect for the […]
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 […]
By Andrea Aribe Before the University of Florida’s search for a new president begins, one possible candidate was considered: University of North Florida President John Delaney. Current UF President Bernie Machen’s contract will be expiring by the end of 2013, and he announced his plan to retire June 8 at a […]
Since spring doesn’t exist in Florida, the wildlife is out in full force basking in the summer-qualifying heat and the season of mating.
The BOT joins the state in piling budgets on students’ backs Here we go again. The state, and now UNF, has dumped all the responsibility of keeping higher education in Florida relevant on the students. March 20, at the seemingly annual UNF Board of Trustees tuition hike meeting, the BOT […]
Presidents from universities across the state proposed fees for their respective institutions for the upcoming 2012-2013 school year during the Florida Board of Governors Budget and Finance Committee meeting at UNF Wednesday. Universities proposed fees that would be used for student living and academic affairs. The proposals were met with […]
“Were it left to me to decide whether we should have a government without newspapers or newspapers without a government, I should not hesitate a moment to prefer the latter.” – Thomas Jefferson The wind of independence will finally fill the sails of the student-run press at the University of […]
By: Justin Chandler Porter, Contributing Writer Duval County Court Judge Angela M. Cox will be speaking at UNF’s Student Union Ballroom March 7. Cox was appointed in 2005 by Governor Jeb Bush and is the youngest person ever elected to the bench. Cox’s talking points are to include: developing […]
Money will be given to two civil engineering graduate students for research.