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Sep. 18 – Sep. 27

Spinnaker

October 1, 2008

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Sept. 18 – Grand theft (Building 14) – A student had his book bag stolen from the cafeteria. It contained five textbooks. A possible suspect is in question. Sept. 18 – Grand theft (Building 15) – A computer hard drive was sto...

Officials seek to sweeten bailout

Spinnaker

October 1, 2008

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With the White House and congressional leaders struggling to resurrect a rescue of the nation’s struggling financial markets, they are searching for ways to sweeten the deal for reluctant lawmakers. The idea of boosting the...

Sports in Brief – Oct. 1

Spinnaker

October 1, 2008

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Swift earns A-Sun honors For the second time in her career, junior Katelin Swift was honored as the Atlantic Sun Conference Player of the Week. Swift, a forward on the women’s soccer team, received her first weekly honor in ...

UNF fans energize players, crowds

Spinnaker

October 1, 2008

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As each Kennesaw State University volleyball player prepared to serve the ball, freshmen Curt Bender, Cory Sams and Nathan Cross rose from their seats and began screaming, hoping to distract the players and give the Ospreys an...

Men finish second, women seventh

Spinnaker

September 24, 2008

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Both men’s and women’s cross country teams traveled to the University of Florida for the UF Gator Invitational Sept. 20, taking second and seventh place, respectively. Freshman Jonathan Esteban placed first for the men’s...

Tough times calls for tougher standards

Spinnaker

September 24, 2008

Filed under News, Sports, Uncategorized

In response to the all-across-the-board budget cuts that seem indiscriminate to the aspects of our lives that it effects, UNF has been forced to make admission changes in the midst of an upcoming fee assessment. To maintain a...

Attack ads are out of line

Spinnaker

September 17, 2008

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Former Bush adviser Karl Rove has accused Sen. John McCain of going "one step too far" in some of his recent ads attacking Sen. Barack Obama, according to CNN.com. In case you didn't grasp the gravity of it, that was Karl Rove,...

Facebook users to accept new digs

Spinnaker

September 17, 2008

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Imagine coming home from work to find your house in a different color, the rooms switched around and the furniture rearranged. That’s the virtual equivalent Facebook users have faced, or will face, as the online hangout forces...

Library offers laptops for rental

Spinnaker

September 17, 2008

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The Library expanded its computer availability in May  with the addition of 40 new laptops for students and staff to rent for  free for a three-hour period. The laptops must stay within the library and are equipped with the...

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