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Who is UNFs new president?

Who is UNF’s new president?

May 16, 2018

UNF has had a crazy year—what with various controversial issues and the added pressure of finding a new UNF president to replace John Delaney. In the end, the Board of Trustees and Board of Governors...

Is LinkedIn really worth it?

Is LinkedIn really worth it?

May 4, 2018

LinkedIn has been called the world’s largest professional networking site, and students are encouraged to have their own profiles in order to connect with professionals, leaders and employers. However,...

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9 things students should know when filing taxes

April 9, 2018

Tax season is upon us, and you might be feeling completely lost. If you haven’t already been reminded by your parents, the last day to file your tax return is April 17. Students usually use free...

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Board of Governors approves David Szymanski as next UNF president

March 29, 2018

The Board of Governors unanimously approved David Szymanski as the sixth president of the University of North Florida. There was no opposition to Szymanski’s recommendation. The Board of Governors...

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I was one of the thousands at the March for Our Lives rally in Washington, D.C.

March 26, 2018

A crowd of thousands had mixed reactions at Emma Gonzalez’s silence. One kid in front of me asked his friend what she was doing, but the other kid assured him that she knew what she was doing. Some...

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FIU bridge collapses, multiple injured and dead

March 15, 2018

A 950-ton pedestrian bridge collapsed at Florida International University in the Miami area on Thursday afternoon. There were several cars trapped underneath the FIU-Sweetwater bridge as well as...

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UNF raises almost $2,000 for Parkland victims

March 8, 2018

Last week, two fundraisers raised $1,840 for the school shooting victims in Parkland, Florida. The UNF Social Work Club hosted a bake sale on Feb. 26. The club wanted to be able to raise at least $100....

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UNF Interfraternity Council hosts “Dunks for Douglas” for Parkland victims

March 2, 2018

https://youtu.be/wud-E22E1e4 In 10 days, the UNF Interfraternity Council organized Dunks for Douglas, an event that brought together the Jacksonville community in order to help those affected by the...

BSU President Markale Ford in the Glory music video.

Black Student Union brings “Glory” to UNF

February 28, 2018

[embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fN2pUQVKsJ8[/embedyt] Video by Alisha Johnson. In honor of Black History Month, the Black Student Union created a music video to bring unity and “Glory”...

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Vigil held at UNF to honor victims of Parkland shooting

February 21, 2018

[embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NUUjqeIZw28[/embedyt] 17 candles representing 17 lives. Lives taken too soon after a former student entered Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and opened...

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UNF will hold vigil for Parkland shooting victims

February 20, 2018

A vigil honoring the 17 victims who lost their lives at last week’s school shooting will be held at the Peace Plaza at 5:30 p.m. on Feb. 21. The Peace Plaza is where the Mahatma Gandhi and the Martin...

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UNF student’s younger brother at Parkland shooting

February 16, 2018

[embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MV40FSMmYTQ[/embedyt] On Wednesday afternoon, 17 people died when a former student entered Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and opened fire. Mitchell Gropman...

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Presidential Candidate Student Forum gives students a chance to weigh in on UNF’s next president

February 10, 2018

The final four presidential candidates have passed their initial interviews with the presidential search committee with flying colors, but how well will they do when students ask them questions? Students...

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UNF Presidential search candidate withdraws

February 9, 2018

Roger Thompson, one of the final five presidential candidates, withdrew his name from consideration to become the next president of the University of North Florida. “By participating in this search,...

The Presidential Search Committee interviews candidate David Szymanski in 2018. Photo by Colin McCann.

Presidential Search Update: Committee interviews first three candidates

February 6, 2018

“Today is the fun day,” said Laurie Wilder, President of Parker Executive Search, beginning the orientation. The presidential search committee will be interviewing all 12 presidential candidates...

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Fitness workshops available for students

February 6, 2018

To help keep your New Year's resolution, there will be various athletic workshops hosted by Healthy Ospreys and Eco Adventure throughout the month of February. These workshops are additional events that...

Physic students used their lunch boxes to create a huge tower.

Women in Physics Conference: solidarity matters, discrimination still prevalent

January 24, 2018

“Women cannot do physics.” Gabby Gonzalez heard this as a student, but she is now a professor of physics and astronomy at the Louisiana State University and was the spokesperson for the LIGO...

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Parking Spots Reserved at Arena and Lot 18

January 11, 2018

Parking at UNF is already an aggravating struggle, but Ospreys will want to leave their houses earlier to find parking. Until 2:30 p.m., 12 Blue Lot spaces will be reserved on the second floor...

UNF President John Delaney was awarded President Emeritus status by the Board of Trustees

Delaney talks about performance metrics in Osprey Update

January 9, 2018

UNF President John Delaney sent out an Osprey Update on Jan. 9 to both welcome students back for the spring semester and to inform students about UNF’s performance metrics. According to Delaney, UNF...

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Police Beat: Threatening emails and a forceable arrest

December 19, 2017

Give Me Some Bitcoins A UNF student called UNFPD in regards to an email he received on Dec. 11 threatening that if he did not pay a certain amount of Bitcoins he was going to be executed. According...

Paula Horvath. Photo courtesy Ignite Media

The Hope Fund comes to end after 23 years

December 8, 2017

A mother who needs help raising money for her disabled son’s eventual funeral, a refugee family forced to leave a small village in Myanmar and are in need of help to survive here in Jacksonville –...

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Social Event Suspension: Delaney meeting with Greek life representatives Tuesday

December 5, 2017

The university is still figuring things out regarding last night’s statement by four council presidents saying all Greek social events were suspended at UNF. “There are questions that need to be...

Corrine Brown leaving the Federal Courthouse after indictment charges were read. WJXT.

Delaney responds to Corrine Brown’s sentencing

December 4, 2017

Friend of President John Delaney and former U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown was sentenced to five years in federal prison for fraud on Monday. She was convicted for stealing more than $300,000 from a fake charity...

UNF HIV testing options

UNF HIV testing options

December 1, 2017

We are all aware of the dangers of STDs, but often times high school health classes don’t stress the importance of getting tested. One in seven people don’t know they are infected with HIV according...

Piano Play-Off: Bach to basics

Piano Play-Off: Bach to basics

November 30, 2017

[embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B65FvvYD89E[/embedyt] Classical piano music students of Erin Bennett, Michael Mastronicola and Gary Smart faced each other at the Piano Play Off Wednesday night....

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Police Beat: Fake sugar daddy, gunshots and vandalism

November 24, 2017

Can I be your sugar daddy? On Nov. 13, UNFPD met with a student at the Crossings. The student told police he was on the web site Jack'd looking for a friend. Jack’d is a dating app similar to Tinder...

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‘Nazis Against Nazis:’ UNF professor helps raise money for anti-racist organizations at No Nazis at UNF protest

November 21, 2017

You can protest and yell, and even physically fight against Nazis, but one group of Jacksonville citizens are putting Nazis against each other. The Concerned Citizens of Jacksonville group created...

UNF spends under $1000 for extra security at anti-Nazi rally

UNF spends under $1000 for extra security at anti-Nazi rally

November 20, 2017

$500,000–that’s how much the University of Florida paid during the Richard Spencer protests. On the other hand, UNF paid less than $1,000 for extra security during the white supremacist and No...

Graphic by Kaitlyn Sinardi

Student assaulted over a skateboard sale

November 20, 2017

Students received an Osprey Update about a student who was assaulted in the parking lot of Osprey Cove at 12:20 p.m. today. According to the update, the student got in the car with three unknown white...

No Nazis at UNF counter protest planned for Monday

No Nazis at UNF counter protest planned for Monday

November 17, 2017

UPDATE 11/19 @ 8:01 p.m.:  The protests will now take place at Alumni Hall at 8:30 a.m. Ken Parker's disciplinary hearing is scheduled for 9 a.m. CORRECTION: SDS is not the organizer of this rally,...

Ken Parker was suspended from UNF after posting this photo on social media.

SDS reacts to Nazi student photo

November 15, 2017

UNF student and former KKK Grand Dragon Ken Parker posted a photo of himself holding a rifle in the comments of a Spinnaker Facebook story. Accompanying the photo was this comment from Parker: "Let SDS...

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Police Beat: 700 emails, the answer is no, and damage at the Lib

November 15, 2017

Along with a home invasion and a man indecently exposing his penis, here are some other crimes that happened on campus last week. "I wrote you 700 letters. I wrote you every day for a year." A female...

Photo by Ronnie Rodgers

UPDATE: Crimes on campus

November 15, 2017

There have been three gun incidents in dorms involving students this semester alone and a slew of other incidents on campus. Cameron James Daniel pleaded not guilty of all charges in writing. He is...

The incident took place in Osprey Landing X.
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911 call reveals more info on $10 robbery; Suspects thought student was a drug dealer

November 9, 2017

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sj-vv24qjfI Two unidentified suspects broke into a student’s dorm while a third suspect was acting as a lookout at Landing X Tuesday around 7:45 p.m.,according to the...

DePaul will be running for Congress. Photo courtesy of Monica DePaul

Former professor receives settlement for discrimination

November 9, 2017

The University of North Florida paid Monica DePaul $16,000 in an out-of-court settlement regarding her employment disputes with the university, after her contract was not renewed earlier this year. DePaul...

Man exposes himself to UNF student outside of Coggin College of Business

November 9, 2017

Students received another Osprey Update this morning regarding a man who exposed himself to a female UNF student on campus Wednesday around 7:45 p.m. The female student was sitting outside of the Coggin...

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Crime at UNF is on the rise

November 6, 2017

Crime at UNF has increased over the past year according to UNFPD’s CLERY annual safety report. There were a total of 25 crimes in 2016. That’s more than the last two years, with 2015 having 16 crimes...

Police Beat: scary voicemails and a box of weed

Police Beat: scary voicemails and a box of weed

November 1, 2017

Scary Voicemails Like something out of a horror movie; a UNF employee contacted UNFPD after receiving some unsettling voicemails. The employee received two voicemails from an unknown caller early...

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UNFPD lends a helping hand to hurricane victims 

October 26, 2017

In the past months, devastating events have occurred back-to-back starting with Hurricane Harvey flooding Texas and continuing with Hurricane Maria destroying the island of Puerto Rico. Thousands of...

The mugshot of Cage William Edwards. Photo courtesy of JSO.

UNF student accused of pointing gun at roommate released on bond

October 24, 2017

Cage William Edwards, the student accused of pointing a gun at his roommate, has been released on bond. Edwards accused a UNF student named Yobi as the person who brought a gun to his dorm on Friday,...

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Student accused of pointing gun at roommate identified

October 20, 2017

Students received an Osprey Update early Friday morning about police arresting 19-year-old Cage William Edwards for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. The victim told police he was sitting...

Police Beat: Shattered glass and a broken TV

October 18, 2017

Broken Wall of Glass A UNF employee found a shattered 12-foot tall sheet of glass on Oct. 6 in the Biological Science Building. Physical Facilities supervisor told officials that the employee...

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Blaze Pizza: Cheap, delicious, and faster than finding parking at UNF

October 11, 2017

Watch out UNF-- There’s a new pizza joint in town.  Blaze Pizza at the Town Center is finally open. Blaze Pizza offers more than just your typical cheese and pepperoni. They have eight signature...

Photo by Ronnie Rodgers

How much did Hurricanes Irma and Matthew cost UNF?

October 5, 2017

For the second year in a row, UNF has been in the path of a powerful hurricane. This brings the question of how much does hurricane recovery cost the university? Hurricane Irma has come and gone,...

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Police Beat: Snatch and dash, missing bike and more damaged cars

September 28, 2017

Snatch and Dash UNFPD was dispatched to the Crossings on Sept. 21 regarding a theft. A UNF student told officials that he was walking to his dorm in the Crossings late at night when an unknown...

Students gather to discuss whether or not the Confederate monuments should be removed. Photo by Alexandra Torres-Perez

UNF discusses local Confederate monuments

September 23, 2017

After the Charlottesville incident in August, a panel of UNF professors from several departments came together with students to discuss whether the Confederate monuments in Jacksonville should be removed....

Photo courtesy Yangel Rosario.

Hurricane Maria leaves Caribbean island devastated; UNF Puerto Rican students react

September 20, 2017

To many, a trip to Puerto Rico’s sandy, clear beaches and tropical rainforests sounds like paradise, but to me Puerto Rico is more than just a paradise island–it’s my home. It is a place I am...

Fences were knocked down during Irma. Photo by Pierce Turner

After the storm: Irma’s damage around UNF

September 13, 2017

https://youtu.be/7Mo1prOX8uA Video by Ronnie Rodgers and Alexandra Torres-Perez Hurricane Irma has come and gone, leaving behind a mess in its path. The hurricane hit Florida starting Sunday, Sept....

No water is available at the Town Center Publix. Photo by Mo Baker

How to prepare for Irma: Know your zone and get supplies

September 6, 2017

As each day passes, Hurricane Irma gets closer and closer to Florida. Though her route is unpredictable and it isn’t a for sure thing that Jacksonville will get hit by Irma, people have already started...

The Osprey Update that was sent to students Friday morning regarding the shooting.

Shots fired on campus: Was an email the best way to let students know?

September 1, 2017

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VYuBq7mC5Bo Video by Lee Giat Friday morning 18-year-old UNF student Cameron J. Daniel shot a gun at the ceiling in Building V of the Cove. Students found out this information...

A shot was fired inside The Cove dorm, Building V this morning. Phot by Colin McCann

Update: UNF student who shot a firearm at Osprey Cove identified

September 1, 2017

***Update: 9/2/17 11:32 p.m. The student who shot the firearm was identified as 18-year-old Cameron James Daniel, according to the inmate report. He was charged with three felonies: aggravated...

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Police beat: Parking garage brawl and student arrested for headbutting

August 31, 2017

Parking spot brawl Trying to find parking in the garages can be crazy, especially around lunch time. We all have tactics to get a spot from stalking students to giving them rides to their cars....

Behind the Badge: Officer Dario Montero

August 30, 2017

Around a year ago, Dario Montero came to UNF as a police officer for the first time. In a year, he has won the hearts of several students as their favorite officer. “His support has been very...

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Golf cart crashes into fire hydrant

August 23, 2017

On Aug. 14, UNFPD and Jacksonville Fire Rescue responded to a call regarding a golf cart that crashed against a fire hydrant on campus. According to the police report, a UNF employee was driving...

Important dates for the Fall 2017 semester

Important dates for the Fall 2017 semester

August 22, 2017

    As you fall classes begin, you are trying to get your life together. You might lose your mind as you wait for hours at the bookstore, or you might have a mental breakdown when you...

Where to find solar eclipse glasses

Where to find solar eclipse glasses

August 20, 2017

https://youtu.be/_EXp19CHcmo The solar eclipse is coming a lot sooner than you think, and one of the main necessities for watching it are solar eclipse glasses. Though they look like outdated 3D glasses...

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UNF’s Week of Welcome concert headliner: Sage the Gemini

August 18, 2017

Slow down, grab the wall… Sage the Gemini, who is known for his popular singles “Gas Pedal” and “Red Nose,” will be coming to UNF to perform at the Osprey Productions Week of Welcome Concert...

Moving out: Campus Life and SAID Relocate

Moving out: Campus Life and SAID Relocate

August 17, 2017

Moving day is coming for students, but for two UNF organizations moving day came a bit sooner. Both Campus Life and Student Alliance for Inclusion and Diversity (SAID) moved offices this past week...

UNF student creates virtual reality tool to study tumors

UNF student creates virtual reality tool to study tumors

August 16, 2017

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KZzX9mwfV30 A few years ago, Jason Smith, an undergrad majoring in computing and information sciences, wanted to keep his head down. Then after looking at careers, he...

Officers use laser guns to pinpoint the exact speed of a vehicle going through campus. Photo by Alexandra Torres-Perez

Bringing you up to speed: UNFPD talks speed traps on campus

August 16, 2017

https://youtu.be/HzP3eLAHE4Q Red and blue flashing lights—the last thing you want to see when you are trying to get to class on time. For the majority of campus, the speed limit is 30 mph, but there...

Spinnakers Ice Cream Sandwich

Spinnaker’s Ice Cream Sandwich

August 14, 2017

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L2mWvamT_oM In honor of National Ice Cream Sandwich Day, I headed to the Osprey Café to make my very own waffle ice cream sandwich. The Café has its very own waffle...

Police Beat: Fights and damaged cars

Police Beat: Fights and damaged cars

August 2, 2017

Roommate Squabble It was around noon just outside of the Communications Building. Some students were out eating lunch or sunbathing out in the Green. However, at the English Language Program area,...

DePaul will be running for Congress. Photo courtesy of Monica DePaul

Former UNF adjunct Monica DePaul shares her congress plan

July 27, 2017

Former UNF adjunct professor Monica DePaul is still running for Congress as a Democratic representative for the 4th District of Florida. DePaul used to teach English classes at UNF until the department...

DePaul despised one of the textbooks she used for a class in the 2015-2016 school year so much that she tried to stab it and wrote the word “BULLSH*T” in permanent red marker on the cover. Photo by Joslyn Simmons

Behind Depaul’s termination: Her feelings on UNF and ratings from students

July 21, 2017

“I’ve given my heart and soul to [UNF],” Monica DePaul said. “I love that campus with every fiber of my being. This is the thanks I get.” DePaul was an English adjunct professor at UNF...

UNF professor Monica DePaul

Update: DePaul rescinds statement on being fired

July 20, 2017

Update: 7/20 5:09 p.m. - The original email from DePaul stated: "You will need to adjust your report to say that I am a former professor at UNF. As of today, I have been fired." However, DePaul...

Police Beat: broken window, stolen shades and a flip phone

Police Beat: broken window, stolen shades and a flip phone

July 18, 2017

Caution! Havoc at the Boathouse If you’ve walked by the Student Union Plaza, you will notice some areas blocked off with cautionary tape. On July 1, a UNFPD officer went to The Boathouse, but...

The students behind the Terminus movies

The students behind the Terminus movies

July 13, 2017

Levi Jawara: College. Levi Jawara is a senior majoring in computer information systems and minoring in business. He is your average college student who studies, goes to work, plays video games and...

UNF Music Students Czech-ing Out

UNF Music Students Czech-ing Out

July 5, 2017

In the small town of Teplice, students walk the path previous musicians and composers like Beethoven walked. This group of 14 vocal performance students will perform Italian operas in professional...

Ann McCullen confirmed as Executive Director of UNF Foundation and VP of University Development

Ann McCullen confirmed as Executive Director of UNF Foundation and VP of University Development

June 27, 2017

UNF recently hired Ann McCullen as the VP of University Development and Alumni Engagement, and Executive Director of the UNF Foundation after dedicating almost 15 years to the university. Over the...

Police Beat: Missing wedding ring and headphones

Police Beat: Missing wedding ring and headphones

June 21, 2017

Where’s My Wedding Ring?!? A woman reported her wedding ring missing on June 17 after she left it on the sink of a bathroom in the Fine Arts building. According to the police report, the woman...

Moving past MovieFest: UNF students head to Terminus

Moving past MovieFest: UNF students head to Terminus

June 20, 2017

Five UNF students will compete in the world’s largest student film festival this week. Connor Dolby, James Donlon, Lee Giat and Levi Jawara all participated in this year’s Campus MovieFest...

Biology Professor Brews Up A Buzz

Biology Professor Brews Up A Buzz

June 20, 2017

Many people say beer is an acquired taste, but one UNF professor is using science to craft his own flavor. Michael Lentz, an associate professor of biology, heads a research lab on the science of beer...

Photo by Alexandra Torres-Perez

State of Florida ends tax on tampons

June 13, 2017

“It’s not fair. We didn’t ask for [menstrual cycles] to happen to us,” UNF senior Amanda Elliott said. Florida has recently joined fourteen other states in the exemption of taxes on feminine...

Board of Trustees discuss budget plans

Board of Trustees discuss budget plans

May 30, 2017

With an estimated $163 million budget, the university discussed the proposed budget that would grant the president’s unit almost $700,000 to find a new president among other things. On May 24,...

Ride Along with Jim Carey

Ride Along with Jim Carey

May 30, 2017

On April 20, I spent several hours doing a ride along with Officer Jim Carey. Despite it being the infamous holiday, the night passed reasonably quietly, except for the time spent talking between us....

UNF student designs Murray Hill mural

UNF student designs Murray Hill mural

May 19, 2017

A Murray Hill J&W Discount store soon to open on Post Street isn’t going to be your usual colorless building with a big, bright sign. On the side of the building, there will be a mural of jellyfishes...

Police Beat: Golf Carts and Graffiti

Police Beat: Golf Carts and Graffiti

May 8, 2017

Golf Cart Chase A suspect stole a golf cart at the Wildlife Center on April 2, but it didn’t go unnoticed. An employee of the nearby ropes course saw the suspect taking the golf cart and chased...

Cute pups make finals week bearable

Cute pups make finals week bearable

April 27, 2017

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QhbJi2OfC-k During this time of  misery, despair and self-hatred for having to cram for finals, students’ faces lit up as they walked into the library and saw six beautiful...

Police Beat: graffiti, theft and car damage

Police Beat: graffiti, theft and car damage

April 26, 2017

You Don’t Surf A surfboard has been taken from the top of a car on April 20. According to the police report, the student said the surfboard was taken in Lot 55, but the car was parked near the woods...

Danielle Hammond, public relations junior, enjoys some quality downtime from the intensity of finals with one of the loving service dogs in-training. 
Photo by Michael Herrera

The furry remedy to finals week stress

April 24, 2017

Finals week has reared its ugly head, which means no sleep and an endless amount of stress. Students camp out at the library and study for hours in order to prepare for their dreaded exams, but the library...

Police Beat: Missing boot, the Yeti and a vandalized car

Police Beat: Missing boot, the Yeti and a vandalized car

April 19, 2017

  Mystery of the Yeti A student’s Yeti Tumbler was stolen from a shelf in Ozzies on April 2. According to the police report, a student set the tumbler down as he bought something from Ozzies,...

Police Beat: Missing truck, stolen tech

Police Beat: Missing truck, stolen tech

April 12, 2017

Missing Wheels A student reported his black Ford truck missing from Lot 18 on April 5. According to the police report, the student parked his truck near a light pole the day before, but noticed it was...

Oscar Munoz. Photo courtesy United Airlines

United Airlines CEO a member of UNF Board of Trustees

April 12, 2017

Chief Executive Officer of United Airlines Oscar Muñoz, who is at the center of a global PR crisis after a passenger was physically dragged from an overbooked flight, serves on UNF's Board of Trustees....

UNF student invites Trump to celebrate Passover

UNF student invites Trump to celebrate Passover

April 10, 2017

I want to invite the President of the USA Donald J. Trump to our Passover Seder Posted by Randy Kersh on Tuesday, April 4, 2017 UNF student Randy Kersh officially invited President Donald Trump and...

Photo by Alexandra Torres-Perez

Embroidering for peace and memory

April 6, 2017

As you walked through the Green last week, you may have noticed a display of messages hanging from the trees. “Love is not abuse.” “No le temo a la represión del estado. Le temo al silencio...

UNF alum accused of dismembering teen

UNF alum accused of dismembering teen

April 4, 2017

An alumni with two degrees from UNF was accused of dismembering a teenager in a 23-year-old cold case, as well as possessing child pornography, police said. Ronnie Hyde, who also worked as a youth...

Police Beat: hand catching and purse snatching

Police Beat: hand catching and purse snatching

April 3, 2017

Cash Me Ousside Officials were dispatched to the Field House after two students started arguing while playing basketball on March 30. According to the police report, one student became violent after...

Tove Lo replacing Matt and Kim at Oz Music Festival

Tove Lo replacing Matt and Kim at Oz Music Festival

March 31, 2017

https://www.instagram.com/p/BSUUAuWhWMi/?taken-by=ospreyproductions After an unfortunate injury while performing in Mexico, Matt and Kim will no longer be able to perform at the Oz Music Festival on April...

Friends remember UNF student who died

Friends remember UNF student who died

March 31, 2017

A post shared by Delta Sigma Pi - Kappa Pi (@unfdsp) on Mar 27, 2017 at 1:23pm PDT Students and alumni gathered at a lecture hall in the Social Sciences building Thursday evening to remember Tyler...

Police Beat: Racial slurs and mental breakdowns

Police Beat: Racial slurs and mental breakdowns

March 27, 2017

Offensive Graffiti Offensive graffiti messages were found by a student in one of the bathrooms located off the hallway of the Computer Science Building on March 17th. The offensive messages were carved...

Take a break and go outside

Take a break and go outside

March 21, 2017

The week we’ve all been waiting for is coming up: Spring Break. A time where we get to supposedly take a break from the lectures, tests and assignments — unless your professors decide to make your...

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