The mundane faculty break room lit up with Ambassador Nancy Soderberg’s mention of her recent push to get two signed memorandums of understanding to the State Department. One of these documents gives three UNF students preferential treatment every semester to work at the State Department. As the director and founder […]
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A car slammed into the back of a city bus on Kernan Boulevard in front of Alumni Hall Thursday morning around 9 a.m. There were injuries but no one was transported to the hospital. According to JSO they were pretty “shook up.” Responding officer John Smith said there were three […]
Campus MovieFest (CMF), the world’s largest student film festival, will be back at the University of North Florida from March 2 to March 8. UNF students participating in the festival receive access to professional camera equipment and editing software to make their movies magic. “During that time, students will have […]
With a new semester comes new opportunities for students. That could be anything from raising your GPA, to meeting new people and getting out of your comfort zone. The director of ACE, Kellie Woodle, had some advice to give students to start the semester strong. She discussed how half […]
For a young writer trying to get their work published, it’s tough. A writer’s life is a one that can often be unappreciated, and as young writers submit their precious drafts they’ve spent hours pining away at, rejection letters potentially loom in the future. But a UNF student and alumnae, […]
Over 150 local designers and developers piled into the ground floor of the iconic Barnett building downtown. There was free food, beer, and a healthy exchange of ideas. Hosted by Kyn.
As the spring 2013 semester wound down, myself and Spinnaker Print Art Director Joey Taravella, made a decision: We would begin researching the possibility of transforming the print publication into a magazine. The pertinent survey questions and a smattering of responses are reproduced here.
Photo gallery from the Section 228, the UNF student section at the Jaguars vs. Saints game Sunday afternoon, Oct. 2.
Hang-Ten! UNF Surf Team qualifies for nationals
UNF Students brave the rain and the authority to protest the exploitation of farm workers by marching through the St. John’s Town Center.
Armed and ready; UNF shooting club quickly gains success and popularity on campus and on the field
Smoke monsters, time travel and alternate realities are the topics of discussion in UNF Professor Sarah Clarke Stuart’s English classes. Many UNF students are getting the chance to discuss and write about the television phenomenon “Lost,” comparing the show to works of literature similar to or talked about in the […]