The community is mourning the loss of one gracious volunteer. After having health complications, James “Jimmy” Biggers passed away on April 9, 2017. Biggers served as the chief engineer for News4Jax, or Channel 4 News, for many years before retiring and lending a helping hand elsewhere. Wanting to give back, […]
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 […]
Spinnaker Media is teaming up with Lend-A-Wing Pantry for the holiday season. The campus organization is hosting a themes drive for November and December called “Meat the Need,” where Lend-a-Wing asks for donations of canned meats, beans and other proteins. Chef Boyardee, canned chicken or tuna, and chicken or turkey […]
Entering college is an entirely foreign experience for most freshmen thanks to new social structures, an increased independence and demanding classes. While it might seem overwhelming, the first semester is the best time to get involved with something on campus. There’s no faster way to meet peers who share your […]
Spinnaker reported to UNF Police Department (UNFPD) on Wednesday over 250 stories from its website were missing.
A damaged Spinnaker distribution box, an abandoned Jaguar and some crude vandalism highlight this week’s Police Beat.
The popular phrase “the best four years of your life” is put under the microscope by UNF professors and alumni.
Some of this week’s events include coffee, a cookout, and magazine release party.
Sarah Gaver won second-runner up in the Ms. Wheelchair American Pageant and wants to work on making Jacksonville more inclusive.
With poor special effects that don’t make up for the even poorer acting and story line, Pixels scrapes the barrel and gets 2/5 sails for its efforts.
Two students reported thefts on campus, someone else found and reported marijuana they found in a bathroom stall.
Student Body President Shomari Gloster announced in a brief all-student email that he stepped down and his vice president was sworn in.
Only one senator, the Budget and Allocations Chair, voted against the $60,500 special request to fund a $50,000 lobbying contract and SG travel.
Four committees approved a $120,000 request for a Homecoming comedy show, $28,770 for wages, new elections rules that retire party names and changes to SG absence points rules.
Discounted tickets for the Jacksonville Jaguars’ upcoming season will be available this week, and the Ogier Gardens will host a tea party sponsored by Health Promotions.
Katarina Raicevic, who played for Louisiana State University the last seasons, is now an outside hitter for Osprey volleyball.