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From aspiring singer to journalist to UNF’s public relations director

From aspiring singer to journalist to UNF’s public relations director

January 9, 2017

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zqGjXWXTTow&t=2s How Joanna Norris continues to follow her childhood dream Joanna Norris, UNF’s public relations director and a Christian musician, is reworking...

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Wellness Complex temporarily closed due to strong odor

December 15, 2016

The Student Wellness Complex closed at 2:30 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 15, due to an "overwhelming" odor coming from the newly resurfaced group fitness room floors. The University sent out an Osprey Update...

How to College: Earn money fast

How to College: Earn money fast

November 25, 2016

The holidays are approaching — that’s why everyone is spending money, in case you were confused. Spinnaker decided to put together a list of effective ways to earn money quickly so you can buy...

Mitchell Gropman does stand-up comedy when he isnt working or studying. Photo courtesy of Mitchell Gropman.

UNF student to travel to Washington for Global megatrends conference

November 17, 2016

Junior economics and international studies major Mitchell Gropman will travel to Washington, D.C. for the International Conference on America and Global Megatrends from Wednesday, Nov.16 through Friday,...

Local Eatery of the Week: Harpoon Louies

Local Eatery of the Week: Harpoon Louie’s

November 16, 2016

The smell of alcohol fills the pub as I enter a small waiting area. Music from a modern jukebox is playing, but it comes to a halt as customers get heated about a Steelers game playing on a flat screen...

Escaping Hurricane Matthew

Escaping Hurricane Matthew

October 13, 2016

Lumberton, North Carolina is still underwater as I write this on Tuesday, Oct. 11 from the comfort of a cozy office in recently washed clothes and a clean body. As my editor put it, this is the story of...

Local Eatery of the Week: Lubi’s Hot Subs

Local Eatery of the Week: Lubi’s Hot Subs

September 26, 2016

A beige brick building with its hand-painted sign just starting to show its age, stands alone between a car wash turned car lot and a gas station left abandoned from a time before Jacksonville experienced...

The Student Union is home to a number of free events for UNF Students. Photo by Alexis Molinaro.

Five reasons to flock to campus for entertainment

September 14, 2016

After spending hours studying for an education or earning a paycheck, many students just want to give their minds the freedom to not think. Some students visit UNF’s Student Union to satisfy this need...

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AASU voted on changing name to Black Student Union

September 12, 2016

Members of UNF’s African American Student Union (AASU) gathered in a Student Union Ballroom to discuss whether they should change their name to the Black Student Union on Friday, Sept. 9. After...

Sip on this: The best local coffee shops in Jax

Sip on this: The best local coffee shops in Jax

September 12, 2016

Find your new study spot with a caffeine fix at one of these local coffee shops. Near Campus: The Coffee Grinder Swing by The Coffee Grinder on Old Baymeadows Road to sip on freshly brewed coffee...

Photo by Spinnaker Media

Student Health Services helps make staying healthy easy

September 1, 2016

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sCM8sU6iYqQ Correction: A quote in a previous version of this article stated that students can get an insurance plan for a little over $2,000 a year. That plan is no...

Local Eatery of the Week: Pizza Shack

Local Eatery of the Week: Pizza Shack

August 29, 2016

The Jaguars are catching up to the Cincinnati Bengals on the flat screen behind a lightly lit bar, an announcer's voice serving as the background to lively dinner conversations. Pizza Shack on Beach Boulevard...

 Photo by Courtney Stringfellow.

Local Eatery of the Week: Monroe’s Smokehouse

August 22, 2016

A metal map of the states, a used washboard and other scraps of country pride hang loosely along wood paneled walls. Families gather over glossy wooden picnic tables. Monroe’s Smokehouse on Beach Boulevard...

 Graphic by Ben Cross,

The Weekend Ahead: August 18-21

August 17, 2016

Party off the stress and excitement of a new semester with concerts, original films, animals and free food. Thursday, August 18 — Sundressed, Northbound, Divorce Culture & more What: Arizona’s...

Graphic by Ben Cross

How to handle move-in like an Olympian

August 16, 2016

You registered for classes and ordered your books on Amazon. Now you just have to buy a Twin XL sheet set, figure out move-in day logistics and avoid getting a parking ticket without having a break...

Local Eatery of the Week: Ibex Ethiopian Kitchen

Local Eatery of the Week: Ibex Ethiopian Kitchen

August 15, 2016

The scent of cooked spices floats through the flooded parking lot outside of Ibex Ethiopian Kitchen on Baymeadows Road. Hay colored woven baskets sit below a grass covered table on a short stage ready...

 Graphic by Ben Cross,

The Weekend Ahead: August 11-14

August 10, 2016

  Jacksonville’s various businesses are luring locals to their stores for one of the last stress-free weekends of summer. Whether you’re a food lover, vinyl junkie or shopaholic, you’ll likely...

Local Eatery of the Week: The Blue Orchid Thai Restaurant

Local Eatery of the Week: The Blue Orchid Thai Restaurant

August 8, 2016

Intricate artwork, colorful photographs and welcoming service reflective of the culture bring the spirit of Thailand to Atlantic Boulevard. The recently opened Blue Orchid Thai Restaurant brought me...

When you’re forced to park in Lot 18, slip a jacket over your steering wheel. When you need to leave campus, you can drive away promptly scar-free. Photo Courtesy of Courtney Stringfellow

Seven hot weather hacks to make your life easier

August 3, 2016

The summer may be ending, but every Floridian knows that doesn’t mean we’re anywhere close to cooler weather. Learn these cheap alternatives to expensive hacks to make the transition to the fall semester...

 Graphic by Ben Cross,

The Weekend Ahead: August 4-7

August 3, 2016

Only two weeks separate Ospreys from this relaxed summer vibe and the too-busy-for-anything fall attitude. Make the most of your free time by going to late night events and getting everything you need...

Local Eatery of the Week: Taco Libre

Local Eatery of the Week: Taco Libre

August 1, 2016

A brawny luchador, made mysterious by his red mask, eagerly waits at the host station for his next rival. Colorful Lucha Libre masks from previous luchadors watch over him like trophies on shelves as...

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Now Playing: ‘Nerve’ will leave your heart racing

July 28, 2016

  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iTwtuzc3MPQ Emma Roberts and Dave Franco (James Franco’s equally fit and nearly identical younger brother) become the center of the next gen’s universe when...

 Graphic by Ben Cross,

The Weekend Ahead: July 28-31

July 28, 2016

Celebrate the end of summer session with some fun around Jax. Friday, July 29 — UNF School of Computing Pokemon Go Tournament What: A Pokemon Go tournament is finally coming to a campus near you....

 Photo by Courtney Stringfellow

Local Eatery of the Week: Crazy Sushi

July 25, 2016

Bright bulbs transformed by colorful lamp shades illuminate painted ceiling tiles at Crazy Sushi, making the restaurant feel like a disco as pop music surrounds locals. The restaurant on Southside Boulevard...

 UNF Campus Life Facebook Event

The Evolution of Twisted Tuesdays

July 22, 2016

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1_NQ_TxDsW4 Colorful clipboards, old school plushes and terrariums in mason jars are just a few of the activities the Office of Campus Life has used to engage students...

 Graphic by Ben Cross,

The Weekend Ahead: July 21 – 24

July 20, 2016

This weekend is packed with funky food trucks and all kinds of live performances. Thursday, July 21 — 99.9 Gator Country Free Concert Series with Dylan Scott What: Join Jacksonville’s country station...

 Photo by Jenn Mello

“Unapologetic” brings Black Lives Matter and police brutality discussion to campus

July 18, 2016

Soul music from singers such as Marvin Gaye poured in from invisible speakers in the Osprey Clubhouse multipurpose room and tables were arranged in a rectangle, creating an amiable atmosphere to begin...

 Photo by Courtney Stringfellow

Local Eatery of the Week: Gumbo Ya Ya’s

July 18, 2016

New Orleans memorabilia dances around Gumbo Ya Ya’s on Beach Boulevard in the form of Mardi Gras signs on the front door and fleur-de-lis on Saints jerseys and the bar. This Cajun restaurant offers...

 Graphic by Ben Cross,

The Weekend Ahead: July 14-17

July 14, 2016

Jacksonville’s temperatures are unwaveringly above 90 degrees, but these events are sure to keep you cool. Thursday, July 14 — 99.9 Gator Country Free Concert with Thompson Square What: Begin your...

Where to play Pokemon Go on campus

Where to play Pokemon Go on campus

July 12, 2016

Spinnaker compiled a list of UNF’s 10 Gyms and more than 70 Pokestops so you can properly plan your journey to class. Students who somehow aren't fans of Pokemon can roll their eyes and get annoyed with...

 Photo by Courtney Stringfellow

Local Eatery of the Week: Biggie’s Pizza

July 12, 2016

Pizzas with names like “The Bianca,” “Benny Blanco” and “Mary Jane Pesto” sit beside each other like old schoolmates on the bleachers at Biggie’s Pizza on Third Street. Overhead fans seem...

 Photo by Brittany Moore

Time Lord Fest comes to campus

July 11, 2016

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gd6RGU4Xwpc Video by Brittany Moore The President, Cassandra, Silence and various other characters from the Doctor Who Universe gathered at the Herbert University Center...

The finished product.  Photo by Courtney Stringfellow

Students learn the process of pickling without creating a health hazard

July 8, 2016

Ospreys and their families filled the Brooks College of Health Food Lab Wednesday night to make their own pickling creations. After a brief introduction to the art and science of pickling, Nutrition...

 Graphic by Ben Cross,

The Weekend Ahead: July 7-11

July 7, 2016

Fourth of July Celebrations are over which leaves plenty of room for Ospreys to turn their attention to a big convention coming to campus. Thursday, July 7 — Art and Ideas: Ethan Murrow What:...

Student volunteers are the main force behind up keeping the garden. Photo by Michael Herrera

Don’t let a small budget get you in a pickle: join Ogier Gardens for a Pickling Frenzy

July 6, 2016

Those colorful glass jars of pickled peppers, green olives and other vegetables in your grandmother’s house aren’t just for decoration. Even though they look like a science experiment (because they...

 Photo by Courtney Stringfellow

Local Eatery of the Week: Colonel Mustard’s Phat Burgers

July 5, 2016

The door slams, the expected rush of cool air never comes, and the staff is working hard to take orders and get entrees out. The burger joint’s yellow walls are a combination of beige slatwall, pictures...

 Photo by Mark Judson.

Where to celebrate the Fourth of July in Jacksonville

July 3, 2016

Bottle rockets and sparklers are a great way to celebrate the Fourth of July for Ospreys who want to limit the party to a patio. Try celebrating Independence Day with your community this summer. There’s...

Five bugs to watch out for this summer

Five bugs to watch out for this summer

July 2, 2016

Jacksonville’s historic Riverside neighborhood has been dealing with mass quantities of formosan termites since the city discovered them eating up the Women’s Club of Jacksonville late May. Riverside...

 Graphic by Ben Cross,

The Weekend Ahead: June 30 – July 4

July 1, 2016

Step into your JNCO jeans (hopefully Ospreys can’t actually do this), because Independence Day is Monday. This means there are parties all weekend and no classes on Monday.   Friday, July 1...

 Photo by Courtney Stringfellow

Local Eatery of the Week: Sid and Linda’s Seafood Market and Restaurant

June 27, 2016

Sid and Linda’s Seafood Market and Restaurant, located near the corner of Kernan and Atlantic Boulevard, proves that an eatery doesn’t have to overlook the Atlantic Ocean and name itself after a...

 Graphic by Ben Cross,

The Weekend Ahead: June 24-26

June 24, 2016

Summer has officially begun, and UNF’s campus could not be more prepared. No matter what subject students may be studying, they are sure to find an event that grabs their attention this weekend.   Friday,...

 Photo by Courtney Stringfellow

Local Eatery of the Week: India’s Restaurant

June 21, 2016

Red floral curtains hang loosely over seemingly dim windows in an attempt to provide customers with privacy. The windows aren’t so dim from the other side of the door, as sunlight pours in and illuminates...

 Graphic by Ben Cross,

The Weekend Ahead: June 15-19

June 16, 2016

UNF and Jacksonville have plenty of exciting events to choose from to make the weekend between Summer A and Summer B your best so far this season. Thursday, June 16: Poetry Vs. Hip-Hop What: Grab...

 Photo by Courtney Stringfellow.

Local Eatery of the Week: Kabob-e

June 13, 2016

A taste of Afghan and other Middle Eastern cuisine is cooking in a restaurant wedged between a Dollar General and hair salon on Beach Boulevard. Kabob-e appears to be considerably small from the parking...

 Graphic by Ben Cross,

The Weekend Ahead: June 9 – 12

June 9, 2016

Take a break this weekend by getting to know what Jacksonville’s different communities have to offer, or adopt a pet you can binge-watch your favorite shows with. Thursday, June 9: Seaside Community...

Photo by Courtney Stringfellow.

Local Eatery of the Week: The Potter’s House Soul Food Bistro

June 7, 2016

Florida is typically only considered part of “the South” because of its location, not its culture. But the Potter’s House Soul Food Bistro is bringing Southern charm to the First Coast. Atlantic...

 Graphic by Ben Cross,

The Weekend Ahead: June 2 – 5

June 2, 2016

Have fun every evening this weekend with exciting concerts downtown and free events on campus. Thursday, June 2: Prince Tribute Concert What: A number of local bands will be covering Prince songs throughout...

Photo by Courtney Stringfellow

Local Eatery of the Week: Ancient City Subs

May 31, 2016

An ancient sub shop, buried near the intersection of Baymeadows Road and Philips Highway, is waiting for Ospreys to discover the riches it holds. Since schedules tend to be more open during summer semesters,...

​Fall into a darker world of Underland as the eccentric cast returns with Alice to take on her new adventure when she steps through the looking glass - in theaters May 27, 2016. The movie contains a few ups and downs that might drive you mad. Photo courtesy of  IMDb.

Movie Review: ‘Alice Through the Looking Glass’ slips into a more curious and darker world

May 26, 2016

Audiences have gone bonkers for this sequel to “Alice in Wonderland”  as Alice and her cast of eccentric friends return to the big screen. This adventure calls for stealing the Chronosphere -- a...

 Graphic by Ben Cross,

The Weekend Ahead: May 26 – 30

May 26, 2016

Make the most of the long weekend, and remember the reason behind it. Memorial Day is celebrated during a blossoming time of the year when the United States remembers soldiers who died while serving...

 UNF Campus Life Facebook Event

Stuff-a-Plush kicks off Twisted Tuesdays

May 25, 2016

Video by Nick Blank Nearly 120 students stuffed their new plush animals in the Osprey Plaza on Tuesday night. The giveaway was a preview of Campus Life’s rebranded Twisted Tuesdays promotion (formerly...

Photo by Courtney Stringfellow

Five Points Spring Festival: Would I go again?

May 24, 2016

Threats of rain didn’t scare Jacksonville residents away from stopping by Five Points for its Tenth Annual Spring Festival on Saturday, May 21. Stress-relieving massages, an exciting silent auction...

Students can begin to regrow their stuffed animal empire with Summer A’s Twisted Tuesday

Students can begin to regrow their stuffed animal empire with Summer A’s Twisted Tuesday

May 24, 2016

Childhood is the enjoyable stage in one’s life when hoarding a collection of soft stuffed animals is viewed as the norm. As adulthood approaches, teenagers are expected to keep only one or two plushes...

Photo by Courtney Stringfellow

Local Eatery of the Week: Bowl of Pho

May 23, 2016

Across from FSCJ’s Deerwood campus on Old Baymeadows Road, a locally owned Vietnamese restaurant peacefully waits to satisfy customers’ needs for a flavorful meal. The host does not make customers...

 Graphic by Ben Cross,

The Weekend Ahead: May 19 – 22

May 19, 2016

Summer B is still a few weeks away, but Ospreys can soak up Jacksonville’s nightlife until then.   Thursday, May 19 - Jaxsons Night Market What: Enjoy live music from local bands, chow down...

Photo by Courtney Stringfellow.

Local Eatery of the Week: The Mossfire Grill

May 16, 2016

At the intersection of Herschel and Margaret Street in Five Points sits a southwestern restaurant as warm as the region its cuisine reflects. On occasion, the owner's friendly 10-year-old son Dylan greets...

Photo by Tiffany Salameh

Ospreys “Paw”sed their study sessions for pups during finals week

April 25, 2016

https://youtu.be/7hJ_Acn0KOg Video by Courtney Stringfellow Ospreys flocked to the first floor of the Thomas G. Carpenter Library on Monday, April 25 to take a break from finals and spend some time with...

Local Eatery of the Week: Josephs Pizza

Local Eatery of the Week: Joseph’s Pizza

April 25, 2016

On a gloomy night, the warm embrace of a family owned Italian pizzeria only a few blocks away from Atlantic Beach’s wet sand invites hungry locals to enjoy fresh food. Joseph’s Pizza, located on Ocean...

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UNF faculty member completes marathon in Earth’s least inhabited continent

April 22, 2016

She waited five years to travel on a boat for a marathon in Earth’s no man’s land. Not to mention, she gets seasick easily. While Jacksonville citizens lined up on pavement for the Gate River Run,...

Local Eatery of the Week: Corner Taco

Local Eatery of the Week: Corner Taco

April 18, 2016

Glowing from the edge of Jacksonville’s Five Points is a “semi-swanky” hangout brimming with warmth. Entering Corner Taco is like entering one of your closest friend’s homely apartment, which...

UNF Equestrian Leah Irwin and her captain, Reily Rieker, snap a selfie after learning that Irwin qualified for the national competition.

UNF student makes history as first on team to qualify for national equestrian competition

April 12, 2016

A childhood filled with horseback riding and an equestrian for a mother paid off for one UNF sophomore devoted to the sport. Leah Irwin, sophomore athletic training major, will spend the first weekend...

Local Eatery of the Week: Riversides new HOBNOB

Local Eatery of the Week: Riverside’s new HOBNOB

April 11, 2016

Lounging on Riverside Avenue overlooking Unity Plaza’s amphitheater lies a modern restaurant ripe for mingling. HOBNOB opened in Riverside about two weeks ago, and is proving to be quite the date...

“Club of the Year” Rasine Kreyol Still Moves Toward Raising Awareness

“Club of the Year” Rasine Kreyol Still Moves Toward Raising Awareness

April 6, 2016

Hosting trivia games, enabling relationships with alumni and teaching history through art are only a few of the many ways Rasine Kreyol introduces Ospreys to the Haitian culture. Rasine Kreyol's efforts...

Get ready for a blast from the past.  Photo by Courtney Stringfellow.

Local Eatery of the Week: Johnny Angel’s

April 4, 2016

Johnny Angel's Diner on St. John’s Bluff is a poodle skirt and a greaser jacket away from stepping back in time to the 50s. Although you won’t see any Pink Ladies as waitresses, the joint is straight...

Teal Kane will fly out to Culver City, Calif. on Mar. 18 to participate on Wheel of Fortune, the longest-running syndicated game show in the United States.
 Photo by Courtney Stringfellow

UNF student spent spring break spinning the big wheel on America’s Game

March 29, 2016

When a UNF student and her mother spotted the Wheelmobile at the Jacksonville Fair last November, they decided to take on the wheel of chance and audition. Senior child psychology major Teal Kane sat...

Local Eatery of the Week: Epik Burger

Local Eatery of the Week: Epik Burger

March 28, 2016

If you’re going to the beach this summer, head a little farther north to Atlantic Boulevard. The sleek burger joint, Epik Burger, is worth the time it takes to get to the water. The locals and the...

Local Eatery of the Week: Tabouleh

Local Eatery of the Week: Tabouleh

March 22, 2016

Tucked behind a salon in the corner of a shopping plaza, Tabouleh offers customers a taste of Mediterranean cuisine. A transparent entrance invites locals to enjoy a sense of home in this simple yet eclectic...

Local Eatery of the Week: Hana Yori

Local Eatery of the Week: Hana Yori

March 8, 2016

The glow from the sign of Hana Yori burns bright as darkness approaches on a family-owned sushi restaurant, nestled right between a local dessert shop and a used furniture store. Although a line is...

Mambos was established in 2007. The family-owned and run cafe is currently the only Mambos location.  Photo by Courtney Stringfellow.

Local Eatery of the Week: Mambo’s Cuban Cafe and Pizzeria

March 1, 2016

Cuban music flows through the restaurant from home speakers as the host guides you to your table at this local Jax-Cuban cafe. During the weekend, Mambos Cafe and Pizzeria is filled with a peaceful...

Night of Fun brings the carnival to the campus backyard

Night of Fun brings the carnival to the campus backyard

February 23, 2016

Video by Brittany Moore Bright lights, loud music and free food attracted students who abandoned studying for Night of Fun at the Coxwell Amphitheater last Friday. Osprey Productions presented its...

Local Eatery of the Week: Angies Subs

Local Eatery of the Week: Angie’s Subs

February 22, 2016

From the outside, Angie’s Subs looks as if it is three separate businesses fixed together with the brick walls that could be part of an old strip mall. However, the diverse signs and eclectic seating...

Local Eatery of the Week: Chomp Chomp

Local Eatery of the Week: Chomp Chomp

February 11, 2016

Nestled between a tattoo parlor and Burro Bar at the Downtown Jacksonville “Elbow”, lies a cozy late night burger joint. Wayward stickers adhere to the barred door, behind which there is a continuation...

For the ninth year in a row, UNF has been named one of the most military friendly schools. Photo by Tyler van Voorthuijsen

UNF named Military Friendly School

November 17, 2015

Victory Media recently named UNF one of the country’s most military friendly schools, making 2015 the seventh consecutive year the university earns a place on the Military Friendly Schools list. Every...

Photo by Luiza Motta

Swoopocalypse Run: zombies plague brave runners

October 30, 2015

Video by Michael HerreraLiving students faced off against the undead on Thursday night in a battle of the mortals--otherwise known as the third-annual, 2.7-mile Swoopocalypse Zombie Run. UNF Health...

Photo by Rachel Cazares

Beloved Neptune Beach coffee bar Lillie’s closes down

October 23, 2015

In the modern urban community, coffee shops seem to be the go-to places for people to mingle with friends, study for school or enjoy their own solitude away from home. But for many Neptune Beach residents...

Students, dance instructors, and event organizers gather together after So You Know You Can’t Dance to snap a picture to remind them of their time together. Photo by Courtney Stringfellow

Latin American Student Organization and Sigma Beta Rho exemplify UNF’s diversity at So You Know You Can’t Dance

October 20, 2015

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4FMFCn9P1-8] Video by Cole Murray Students slowly trickled into the Student Union Auditorium Thursday evening, expecting to learn how to dance the salsa--but what...

Junior psychology major Josef Kim (middle) stopped by the LGBT Center tent with Jake Moore, program director of the center. Kim is a frequent visitor to the center on campus, spreads the word about their upcoming events and coordinates other events for the center. Photo by Rachel Cazares

LGBT Center represents UNF at River City Pride Festival

October 5, 2015

On Sunday, students and staff from UNF’s LGBT Resource Center represented the campus’ LGBTQ community at the River City Pride Festival with a table full of student advocates. The Annual River City...

Paul Hawkins is trying to get medical marijuana on the ballot through petitioning.

Photo by Courtney Stringfellow

Local medical marijuana petitioner sets sights on UNF for signatures

September 24, 2015

Petitioner Paúl Hawkins is aiming to get medical marijuana back on the Florida ballot. Since the Fall semester began, multiple individuals have been walking around campus trying to get students...

Ordinary shipping containers, like the one above, will be converted into livable stuctures.  

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UNF students find unconventional ways to build homes for the homeless in Haiti

September 21, 2015

The Associated Builders and Contractors club (ABC) is converting two containers into homes for the children of Mercyland Orphanage. Ebenson Verdule, who graduated from UNF in 2014, founded Mercyland...

Associate Professor William Dally. 

Photo courtesy UNF.

UNF professor receives $500,000 grant to develop surf rover

September 14, 2015

Video by Jack DrainThe National Science Foundation (NSF) awarded Associate Professor Dr. William Dally a $500,000 grant to develop an amphibious remotely operated vehicle. Once completed, this rover will...

UNF currently has no plans to rebuild the skatepark or replace it. Photo by Courtney Stringfellow

No plans to repurpose UNF’s demolished skatepark site

September 9, 2015

UNF’s skatepark was demolished just before the start of summer and the Department of Campus Recreation has no plans to rebuild it. If there is to be another skatepark, it is up to Student Government...

Ms. Wheelchair Florida plans to help students with disabilities

Ms. Wheelchair Florida plans to help students with disabilities

August 10, 2015

A birth defect left Sara Gaver unable to move her arms and legs, but she doesn’t let this stop her from trying to help others. Gaver, a UNF senior, won second runner-up and the Most Memorable...

Overseas, college is for one thing and one thing only: a degree

November 21, 2014

Imagine being an international student coming to the United States for the first time. You are both scared and excited for the new experiences coming your way. When you get here, you learn that campus...

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