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Sept. 20 Budget&Allocations highlights

September 20, 2013

Travel Requests Passed Delta Sigma Pi, a business professionals club, made a travel request of $1,414 to attend a LEAD Conference in Columbia, S.C. on Oct. 12.  The twelve students would be gaining...

Huffington Post thrives in new digital age

August 2, 2012

If you happen to be one of the three people who follow me on Twitter, sorry for the disappointment. I recently found out that RT in Twitter-world means re-tweet and I have never, not even once, created...

Jacksonville a step behind on food truck bandwagon

June 22, 2012

Growing up in Wewahitchka, Fla., with one red light, plenty of dirt roads and people who commonly rode tractors to the E-Z Serve gas station, I think it’s safe to say there wasn’t much to do to pass...

Momma always said: “Money doesn’t grow on trees”

June 15, 2012

As with every political issue, it seems Florida college students’ futures are stuck in a battle between bi-partisan Senate lines. Comforting, right? Both sides offered solutions on how to pay...

The Department of Housing and Residence Life still determining who will pay costs after fire

April 18, 2012

By: Hali Harden, Staff Reporter The fire that took place in the elevator of Building R in the Osprey Crossings March 14 left behind an estimated $50,000 in costs for damages and cleaning. Director...

Alumna reveals you don’t have to be a celeb to cover Maxim

April 8, 2012

By: Hali Harden, Staff Reporter Dominique Storelli submitted an audition video to be Maxim’s 2011 Hometown Hottie in 2011. Storelli, a UNF fall 2011 alumna, received a video call from Maxim...

Student, alumni go on mission to help orphans in Mexico

April 8, 2012

By: Hali Harden, Staff Reporter When 15-year-old Hans came to Mission Mexico, he had nothing. No papers, no home, no education and no parents. After three years of living at the orphanage, he...

Martin Luther King, Jr. bronze statue joins Gandhi’s likeness in Peace Plaza

March 1, 2012

By: Hali Harden, Staff Reporter   An 8-foot bronze statue of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was unveiled Feb. 28 in a ceremony that brought the UNF community together in Peace Plaza.   Students...

Chief information officer snaps landmark photographs

February 22, 2012

By: Hali Harden, Staff Reporter   When Lance Taylor was on vacation with his wife off the coast of Maine in 2000, he made a mistake that would remain with him for years to come: he didn’t...

Lend-A-Wing food pantry receives $7,700 to renovate room in UNF Hall

February 19, 2012

By: Hali Harden, Staff Reporter   After a few weeks of debate between Student Government and UNF administration, the two parties have agreed on one-time costs for Lend-A-Wing food pantry...

Newt Gingrich speaks in front of veterans, students at the UNF University Center

February 2, 2012

By: Hali Harden, Contributing Writer   Military veterans and supporters were present Jan. 26 as Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich made an appearance at a Veterans for a Stronger...

Gingrich Speaks at UNF

January 26, 2012

By: Hali Harden, Contributing Writer Cameras were rolling and supporters were present Jan. 26 when Newt Gingrich made an appearance at a Veterans for a Strong America rally held at UNF’s University...

UNF student volunteers help ready the campus for a debate

January 25, 2012

By: Hali Harden, Contributing Writer     With the buzz starting over this year’s UNF-hosted GOP debate, some students are doing more than just talking. CNN has reached out to...

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