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The Hope in History Mural Project

The Hope in History Mural Project

April 8, 2018

The University of North Florida’s Center for Urban Education and Policy (CUEP) and The Eastside Brotherhood collaborated with The Jacksonville Cultural Council Public Art Week to paint a mural inspired...

Photo by Angie Villada.

Liquid nitrogen ice cream social brings freezing delights to UNF

April 4, 2018

The National Society of Women in Science hosted the “Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream Social,” an event where ice cream brought everyone together. Josh Melko, professor of chemistry demonstrated to students...

Photo by Angie Villada

The stories on victims of violence are told at Embroidering for Peace

March 28, 2018

[embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FuJJ8u6OGQY[/embedyt] Students at UNF are sharing their thoughts and hopes for a better tomorrow throughout the week using art. Constanza Lopez, associate professor...

The Womens Center.Photo by Bronwyn Knight

UNF supports National Sexual Assault Awareness Month

March 28, 2018

***CORRECTION: A previous version of this article stated Take Back The Night would take place on April 5, 2018. That is not correct.The event is typically held in August.  It also stated "Walk in a Women's...

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John Moran shows students the status of Florida’s waters through photography

February 21, 2018

Award-winning photographer John Moran gave a lecture at UNF about Florida's spring waters on Tuesday, Feb. 20. Moran has been chasing blue waters for 40 years and his photography showed not just Florida's...

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Student Government to host discussion on campus safety and discrimination

February 20, 2018

Student Government Senate invites all students to speak at the Your Voice: Campus Safety and Discrimination on Feb. 26 at 7 p.m. Students can come to the Student Union Plaza and speak about the discriminating...

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Last UNF presidential candidate speaks to students

February 17, 2018

On Feb. 16, the last student open forum took place. Presidential candidate, David Szymanski, the Dean and professor of the University of Cincinnati spoke about why he wants to be a  part of UNF. Szymanski...

Nunez is a UNF photography graduate who photographs and films bands at shows in Florida.
Photo by Tyler Van Voorthuijsen

Professional Picture for Your Career

February 13, 2018

Don’t use a selfie for your LinkedIn profile, website, or your resume. The UNF chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America is offering "headshots" with a professional photographer. The...

A Look at UNFs Homecoming Week

A Look at UNF’s Homecoming Week

February 11, 2018

There's no need to panic in the midst of change in leadership for Osprey Productions. Upcoming events like Homecoming Week and future concerts will still occur regardless of who the next director is.  ”Even...

Faculty Association Change Presidential Resolution

Faculty Association Change Presidential Resolution

February 8, 2018

Before the Faculty Association began their meeting on Feb. 8, a request was made to change the agenda in order to discuss the presidential search. The FA leadership created a guideline years before...

Students enjoyed a range of activities at Osprey Productions Winter Fest.   Photo by Angie Villada

Osprey Productions’ Winter Fest

January 14, 2018

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WoUvETA-Nms&feature=youtu.be Video by Angie Villada.  On Friday, UNF welcomed winter with Osprey Productions’ annual festival, Winter Fest. Students, faculties,...

Why celebrities wore black to the Golden Globe Awards

Why celebrities wore black to the Golden Globe Awards

January 10, 2018

Celebrities at the 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards on Jan. 7 joined the #MeToo movement by wearing all black to unite with victims of sexual harassment and gender inequality in Hollywood. “...There...

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