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Jean Dahlia, as a child, with her beloved “mom” (great aunt) holding her baby doll.

The value of gratitude through the eyes of Jean Dahlia, my adoption story

Emily Regalado, Volunteer Reporter November 15, 2021

Jean Dahlia Cobb, a freshman at the University of North Florida, shares her story on the mental struggle and growth of an adopted child in America, and how gratitude has always been the center of her life,...

Delegates gather inside the venue on another day at the COP26 U.N. Climate Summit in Glasgow, Scotland, Wednesday, Nov. 3, 2021. The U.N. climate summit in Glasgow gathers leaders from around the world, in Scotlands biggest city, to lay out their vision for addressing the common challenge of global warming. (AP Photo/Alberto Pezzali)

Warmer seasons to come, UNF professor explains

Emily Regalado and Carter Mudgett November 4, 2021

The peninsula of Florida— known for its hurricanes, alligators, heat, and salt marshes— is the southernmost contiguous hotspot for climate change effects in America. Adam Rosenblatt, a climate change...

 Two purple ribbons sit facing the UNF School of Business in support of Domestic Violence Month.

UNF student shares their story of domestic abuse

Emily Regalado and Carter Mudgett October 25, 2021

​Walking around UNF’s campus, large purple ribbons adorn the trunks of trees that resemble those typically found atop birthday presents. The purpose they serve is not just to decorate UNF’s landscape,...

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