Curious Reporter

Jason Howard

Shelby Ernest is a UNF sophomore majoring in anthropology. Photo by Jason Howard
Shelby Ernest is a UNF sophomore majoring in anthropology.
Photo by Jason Howard

Shelby Ernest
Sophomore
Anthropology

Q: Oscar Meyer versus Oskar Schindler?
A: Meyer — wait — Schindler.
Q: Have you used the gym this semester?
A: No, I don’t work out.
Q: If you could rename the restaurant “Sweet Tomatoes” to anything else, what would you change it to?
A: Sour Tomatoes.
Q: If you were to rename Pita Pit?
A: I don’t know, they use too many puns on their signs, like “get pit-faced.”
Q: Pluto: it’s not a planet anymore. Should it be? What would you tell the people who made the decision?
A: Yes, small things are highly undervalued.
Q: CRONUTS
A: I read about that on Yahoo news, which is probably why I didn’t know who Schindler was at first.

Spencer Steelman is a UNF senior majoring in marking. Photo by Jason Howard
Spencer Steelman is a UNF senior majoring in marking.
Photo by Jason Howard

Spencer Steelman
Senior
Marketing

Q: Oscar meyer versus Oskar Schindler?
A: Oscar Meyer.
Q: Have you used the gym this semester?
A: I use the gym pretty much every day. I live at the rock wall. I can’t pass that up.
Q: If you could rename the restaurant “Sweet Tomatoes” to anything else, what would you change it to?
A: Grazing Grove.
Q: If you were to rename Pita Pit?
A: Bull**** Pit
Q: Pluto: it’s not a planet anymore. Should it be? What would you tell the people who made the decision?
A: “Pluto is a planet. Who died and made you in charge?”
Q: CRONUTS
A: Sounds like it would be delicious.

Christine Scott is a UNF senior majoring in international business and transportation logistics. Photo by Jason Howard
Christine Scott is a UNF senior
majoring in international business and transportation logistics.
Photo by Jason Howard

Christine Scott
Senior
International Business and Transportation Logistics

Q: Oscar Meyer versus Oskar Schindler?
A: Oscar Meyer
Q: Have you used the gym this semester?
A: I go three to four times a week.
Q: If you could rename the restaurant “Sweet Tomatoes” to anything else, what would you change it to?
A: “Not actually as healthy as it seems.”
Q: Pluto: it’s not a planet anymore. Should it be? What would you tell the people who made the decision?
A: Pluto is a planet. Though in my heart, I understand the reason, but that’s my childhood.
Q: CRONUTS
A: A deep fried symbol of american extravagance.

Ryan O'Toole is a UNF junior majoring in mechanical engineering. Photo by Jason Howard
Ryan O’Toole is a UNF junior majoring in mechanical engineering.
Photo by Jason Howard

Ryan O’Toole
Junior
Mechanical Engineering

Q: Oscar Meyer versus Oskar Schindler?
A: Oskar Schindler.
Q: If you could rename the restaurant “Sweet Tomatoes” to anything else, what would you change it to?
A: I have no idea.