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By Jason Howard, Staff Reporter An estimated 1,000-1,200 students came out to Ozzie’s Oktoberfest Oct. 20 to celebrate beer, food, and music and the revamping of a longtime tradition that UNF has not seen in 21 years. According to past Spinnaker articles, Oktoberfest was UNF’s first homecoming event. The celebration, first held in 1978, ran [...]
This Saturday will mark the revival of a longtime UNF tradition, Oktoberfest. Bill Delaney, UNF Student Affairs Information Specialist, has been planning for a year and a half to bring back the event, and thought it appropriate for the University’s 40th year. “It was one of the first events held at UNF in 1972 and [...]
The UNF Student Fee Assessment Committee passed a motion today that could help the UNF Disability Resource Center use a potential reserve fund from the health fee to assist students, when funds deplete before semesters’ end. The health fee currently covers medical services, UNF Health Promotion, medical compliance and the UNF Counseling Center.
How’s the Senate allocating money that provides services to students? And how much of that money is left?
Among the highlights of the Oct. 1 B&A Committee meeting include the committee green-lighting multiple funding requests. The Senate will hear those requests at its next meeting Oct. 8.
Highlights from Sept. 24 Senate meeting: Senate approves dining renovations; students speak out against Chick-fil-A
Among the night’s events included approved plans for campus dining renovations, a hearing of student concerns against Chick-fil-A, approval of two senators and funding approvals for intramurals and the UNF Student Wellness Complex.
Although some students may think filing false police reports is the only way out of certain situations, they may be completely unaware of the criminal charges they could face. UNF has seen four incidents of false police reports since October 2011.
Not everyone is eligible for a refund from the UNF Cashier’s Office, but those who are know the joy of receiving the payment in your bank account. For those who are still curious about why the refund doesn’t process directly after buying textbooks, find out the 411 on refunds.
Current chair Dr. Michael Hallett says he is staying at UNF as a full-time professor. Hallett said this will give him more time to focus on other projects and his two, upcoming books.