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All content by Greg Parlier

Editorial: Newspaper thieves’ booty stacks up in acts of unnecessary childish retaliation

Greg Parlier April 24, 2012

“Censorship is the strongest drive in human nature; sex is a weak second”- Phil Kerby The Spinnaker has had its fair share of dealings with thieves, dumpers and agitators. See a Spinnaker editorial...

Editorial: Florida Universities talk Ivy

Greg Parlier April 9, 2012
Florida slowly takes the public out of education as research universities aim for elitist status.

Editorial: A fear-mongering ‘safety’ device renews its partnership with death

Greg Parlier April 6, 2012

Protests are spreading around the country at city halls and state capitol buildings, including numerous student groups, demanding the arrest of George Zimmerman for the shooting death of Trayvon Martin....

Student senate elects new president, legislative cabinet

Greg Parlier April 6, 2012
Newly elected senators select the cabinet as the student body president elect leaves senate.

Senate validates Red Party’s 2012 SG elections sweep

Greg Parlier April 4, 2012

By: Greg Parlier and Sarah Brown, Editor in Chief and Contributing Writer The Senate unanimously validated the 2012 Student Government elections March 19. The Red Party ticket of Carlo Fassi and...

Editorial:The BOT joins the state in piling budgets on students’ backs

Greg Parlier March 22, 2012

The BOT joins the state in piling budgets on students’ backs Here we go again. The state, and now UNF, has dumped all the responsibility of keeping higher education in Florida relevant on the...

Editorial: The Spinnaker sets sail towards an era of independence

Greg Parlier March 20, 2012

“Were it left to me to decide whether we should have a government without newspapers or newspapers without a government, I should not hesitate a moment to prefer the latter.” - Thomas Jefferson The...

SG Elections are over: Spinnaker calls race for Fassi

Greg Parlier March 8, 2012
Spinnaker exit polling numbers suggest the Red Party will take the 2012 Student Government presidential elections. Final unofficial election results will be revealed march 8 at 5:30 in the Senate Chambers.

Editorial: Student Government vote not to be taken lightly

Greg Parlier March 2, 2012
They handle our money and echo our voice, let’s choose our president wisely.

The Red Party is running on school pride, SG experience for upcoming elections

Greg Parlier March 1, 2012
Red Party candidates Carli Fassi and Mike Naughton share their views on Student Government and the student body.

Editorial: Anti-abortion activists birth gruesome shock in students

Greg Parlier February 22, 2012
The Genocide Awareness Project displayed "extremely offensive" images, but the scare tactics were ill-used.

Editorial: Osprey Productions locks lip-sync off campus television

Greg Parlier February 15, 2012
Student media gets the cold shoulder for its own on-campus event. Read on for what went down and what the Spinnaker had to say about it.

Editorial: Florida’s one percent chomps and chops other universities

Greg Parlier February 11, 2012
Possible legislation threatens to take away the decision-making voice of college students.

UNF Senate lowers SG GPA requirements, simplifies travel request process

Greg Parlier February 2, 2012
Senators at odds over GPA requirements for student leaders.

Feb. 1 Editorial

Greg Parlier February 2, 2012
GOP candidates ignore what matters most: Education.

Jan. 25 Editorial

Greg Parlier January 25, 2012
The GOP debate is bringing the noise to UNF, but doesn't promise many perks to the student body.

Breaking down the GOP candidates

Greg Parlier January 25, 2012
Read here for an A-Z of each GOP candidate on the big issues.

Jan. 11 Editorial

Greg Parlier January 18, 2012
Endangered: journalistic ethics after advisor firing.

Senate appoints new committee chairs, swears in newly elected senators

Greg Parlier November 9, 2011

By Greg Parlier The senate was busy on the evening of Nov. 7 -- they elected three cabinet positions, appointed four senators and elected an associate justice, in addition to the swearing-in ceremonies...

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