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Amy Taylor, one of UNFs most prolific swimmers, remained at the University despite losing the pool.

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Swim Team Still Floating Without Pool

Lexi Suda June 15, 2016

Following the closure of the campus aquatic center, one question has remained on the minds of some students: How has our swim team been staying afloat? Even without a swimming facility on campus, women's...

Photo by Morgan Purvis.

Tobacco to 21 Act Receives Support to Raise National Smoking Age

Lexi Suda October 22, 2015
The Tobacco to 21 act was recently reviewed by the US senate and would prohibit the national sale and distribution of tobacco products to individuals under the age of 21. Students speak out on what they think about the Tobacco to 21 act.
The UNF Physical Therapy Graduate Program, a program in the Brooks College of Health, was ranked first in the nation by GraduatePrograms.com. Photo by Lexi Suda

UNF’s Physical Therapy Graduate Program Ranks First in US

Lexi Suda October 20, 2015
The Brooks College of Health physical therapy program has been ranked first in the nation for its second consecutive year.
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Interfaith Center and Intercultural Center for PEACE host i-Dinner for UNF students

Lexi Suda October 6, 2015
UNF students had the opportunity to attend an i-Dinner this past Thursday hosted by the Interfaith Center and Intercultural Center for PEACE.
Now Playing: Pixels, a low-resolution comedy

Now Playing: ‘Pixels,’ a low-resolution comedy

Lexi Suda August 6, 2015
With poor special effects that don't make up for the even poorer acting and story line, Pixels scrapes the barrel and gets 2/5 sails for its efforts.

UNF holds Oxfam Hunger Banquet to raise awareness for world hunger

Lexi Suda November 21, 2014
On Nov. 19, UNF's International Center held an Oxfam Hunger Banquet to raise awareness for world hunger. Students were randomly assigned income levels and then served food and different amounts of food based on the levels assigned, to simulate what meals would be like for people depending on their income
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