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Chaz Lanier drives to the rim
Men’s basketball thrashes Trinity Baptist with all-hands-on-deck performance
Riley Platt, Sports Editor • November 30, 2022

Following a rough week on the road, the University of North Florida (UNF) got back on track Tuesday with a 90-49 win over crosstown opponent Trinity Baptist College (TBC). UNF emptied its bench throughout the night, with 12...

Emma Broermann goes to the rim
Women's basketball falls short, suffers tough loss to Saint Joseph’s
Jacob Justice, Sports Reporter • November 29, 2022

The University of North Florida (UNF) Ospreys women’s basketball team faced off against the Saint Joseph’s University (SJU) Hawks this past Sunday, falling 56-79. A tough outing from start to finish, the Hawks dominated...

Student Government hosting World Cup watch party on campus
Jacob Justice, Sports Reporter • November 29, 2022

The World Cup is officially underway, and the UNF community is participating accordingly, with Student Government (SG) hosting a watch party on Tuesday. The watch...

UNF rolls out plans for a dedicated graduate commencement ceremony, administrator says
Carter Mudgett, Editor in Chief • November 28, 2022

It’s the end of the semester and the year is near, which also means that graduation is seemingly an arm's reach away. In years past, graduate school students...

Faculty, staff to receive $1,000 bonus and extra day off for Thanksgiving, UNF president says
Carter Mudgett, Editor in Chief • November 18, 2022

Headed into the week of Thanksgiving, University of North Florida President Moez Limayem announced an additional day off and a one-time payment for eligible employees...

The midterms have finished. What do the results mean?
Mallory Pace, Government Reporter • November 18, 2022

The 2022 U.S. midterms resulted in a new balance of power in Congress—Republicans control the House; Democrats control the Senate. But what does that mean? To...

Harry talks to the town mayor, {Courtesy of SyFy)
Review: 'Resident Alien,' the best science fiction comedy TV show
Nathan Turoff, Reporter
Police Beat: Stolen patties
Carter Mudgett, Editor in Chief • November 3, 2022
Police Beat: Email phishing scams
Lauren Fox, Managing Editor • October 7, 2022
Erin Jones prepares to throw the ball
Through the eyes of a photographer: October
Justin Nedrow, Photographer
Phones capture DeSantis and Luke Bryan on stage
Country artist Luke Bryan brings tour to Jacksonville, DeSantis makes special appearance
Carter Mudgett, Editor in Chief
Kenzie sings
Kenzie's Place wins UNF's 2022 Battle of the Bands
Carter Mudgett, Editor in Chief
Player running on a baseball field
Through the eyes of a photographer: September
Justin Nedrow, Photographer
OPINION: Life isn’t fun sometimes and that’s okay
OPINION: Life isn’t fun sometimes and that’s okay
Ethan Leckie, Opinions Reporter • November 18, 2022

As Thanksgiving break approaches, I’ve been getting the feeling that pretty much everyone on this campus needs a chance to catch their breath (especially after course registration).  Let’s...

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