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Spinnaker staff predicts Avengers: Endgame

April 25, 2019

Before Avengers: Endgame comes out tonight, Spinnaker staff are making their own predictions on what might happen. None of us have seen the movie or have read spoilers, so everyone can read this. Who...

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PHOTO GALLERY: Notre Dame Cathedral

April 15, 2019

A look back at the Notre Dame Cathedral. The cathedral is currently on fire in Paris. According to the Associated Press, the fire has destroyed the entire wooden interior. Photos taken by Spinnaker TV...

Bryant, left, and Jesse Braughton are the United Party candidates. Photo courtesy the United Party Facebook

ENDORSEMENT: Vote United Party in the SG elections

March 6, 2017

Ospreys, The University of North Florida is unique. We are united not by any one sport, degree program, or campus activity. We are united and enriched by the panoply of voices, perspectives, and experiences...

Mims, left, and Tajmaus Johnson of the Red Party.Photo courtesy the Red Party Facebook

ENDORSEMENT: Past SG presidents endorse Sami Mims

March 1, 2017

Fellow Ospreys, On Tuesday, Mar. 7, and Wednesday, Mar. 8, you will head to the polls to cast your vote for the next Student Government President. If we learned anything from the 2016 election it is...

Letter to the Editor: On political correctness -- a response

Letter to the Editor: On political correctness — a response

January 15, 2017

The University's department of Philosophy and Religious Studies had this to say in response to Bart Greene's Jan. 9th letter to the editor regarding political correctness on university campuses: We,...

Spinnaker Choice Cuts: The top albums of the year

Spinnaker Choice Cuts: The top albums of the year

December 28, 2016

Frameworks: Smother Frameworks are lowkey running their own underground establishment of a new type of rhythmic hardcore that is blowing the old heavy style out of the water. Smother has this unique way...

Graphic by Ben Cross

Summer Bucket List: Jacksonville Gems

July 14, 2016

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The Week Ahead: Feb. 9 - 13

The Week Ahead: Feb. 9 – 13

February 9, 2016

  Tuesday, Feb. 9 Intro to Organic Gardening SPONSOR: Health Promotions WHEN: 10-11 a.m. WHERE: The Ogier Gardens WHAT: Learn the basics of organic home gardening. Topics will include planning,...

Inside the Huddle: Straight Cash, Homie

Inside the Huddle: Straight Cash, Homie

December 12, 2015

In this week’s Inside the Huddle, we make our unanimous pick for who will win the College Football Championship based solely on mascots, I get to censor one of my reporters, and Spike Lee finally...

Inside the Huddle: Goodbye, Kobe

Inside the Huddle: Goodbye, Kobe

December 4, 2015

In this week’s Inside the Huddle, the Spinnaker Sports squad is reflecting on the legend that is Kobe Bryant, who announced over the weekend that he is planning on retiring at the end of this season....

Graphic by Monica Alvarez

Spinnaker Record Club’s Best of 2015: Videos

December 4, 2015

Spinnaker Record Club's survey of the best music of 2015 continues with our favorite videos of the year. Note: this list is unranked. Missy Elliott feat. Pharrell Williams – “WTF (Where They...

Graphic by Monica Alvarez

Spinnaker Record Club’s Best of 2015: Albums

December 3, 2015

Our coverage of the year in music continues with the moment you've all been waiting for: the top 20 albums of 2015. To read our original reviews, click on an artist's name. To hear a sample from an...

Spinnaker Record Club’s Best of 2015: Albums (10-1)

December 3, 2015

10 DJ Paypal Sold Out (Brainfeeder) A genre cannot live unless it moves beyond the scene that invented it. For example, after the death of DJ Rashad, it seemed like footwork would live and die in Chicago....

People of UNF: Dec. 2, 2015

People of UNF: Dec. 2, 2015

December 2, 2015

People of UNF is a chronicle of students, faculty, university staff and visitors. The hope of this feature is to gain a closer look at those we see walking by us everyday, those we ignore and those we...

Spinnaker Record Clubs Best of 2015: EPs

Spinnaker Record Club’s Best of 2015: EPs

December 2, 2015

Our coverage of the best music of 2015 continues with our favorite EPs of the year.  To see our original reviews, click on the artist name. To hear an excerpt from each release, click on the link below...

Spinnaker Record Clubs Best of 2015: Songs

Spinnaker Record Club’s Best of 2015: Songs

December 1, 2015

Welcome to Spinnaker Record Club's coverage of our favorite music of 2015. We'll have a different list for you every day this week, and today, we begin with our Top 30 Songs of 2015. If you want to...

Spinnaker Record Club’s Best of 2015: Songs (20-11)

December 1, 2015

20 Hot Chip “Need You Now” (Domino) With its pulsing beats and dreamy air, this is a hands-down groovy hit from the London band. “Need You Now” uplifts the semi-angsty lyrics and balances...

Spinnaker Record Club’s Best of 2015: Songs (10-1)

December 1, 2015

  10 Four Tet “BACK2THESTART” (self-released) Kieran Hebden had a busy year, putting out an album, a compilation and a smattering of excellent singles under a variety of monikers, but this...

Graphic by Caitlyn Broyles

Inside the Huddle: Technical Fowl

November 26, 2015

Thanksgiving weekend is prime time for sports fans, so what better way to accompany your gluttonous pigskin-watching rampage than with our unwarranted outlooks on the sporting world? Turkey day is...

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The Week Ahead: Nov. 23 – 27

November 23, 2015

TUESDAY, NOV. 24 Campus Life – Tuesdays with a Twist SPONSOR: Office of Campus Life WHEN: 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. WHERE: Osprey Plaza WHAT: Soap, it’s a crucial variable to the cleaning equation....

Inside the Huddle: Nov. 18, 2015

Inside the Huddle: Nov. 18, 2015

November 18, 2015

As fall sports come to a close, the winter sports season is in full swing in both the professional and college landscapes. UNF’s men’s soccer team is entering uncharted territory with their first NCAA...

Inside the Huddle: Nov. 13, 2015

Inside the Huddle: Nov. 13, 2015

November 13, 2015

This week’s Inside the Huddle is all about Osprey basketball (our favorite sport). You’ve been hearing a lot about their excellent finish last year and what they’ve been doing during the offseason....

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The Week Ahead: Nov. 9-13

November 9, 2015

MONDAY NOV. 9  Special Event – Every Mind Matters: “Vulnerability” TED Talk by Brene Brown SPONSOR: Health Promotion WHEN: 8:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. WHERE: Student Union – Bldg. 58W, room...

Inside the Huddle: Nov. 4, 2015

Inside the Huddle: Nov. 4, 2015

November 4, 2015

It's "No Shave" November! This one's a two-parter: First, who do you think has the best beard/mustache in sports? Second, who has the best haircut in sports? CA: James Harden has the beard of a young...

Graphic by Caitlyn Broyles

Inside the Huddle: Halloween Edition

October 28, 2015

    The sports beat is getting spooky in this week’s Halloween edition of Inside the Huddle. Spinnaker Digital Editor Tiffany Salameh joined Spinnaker Sports in answering Halloween-themed...

Graphic by Caitlyn Broyles

Inside the Huddle: Oct. 23, 2015

October 23, 2015

  Spinnaker Sports is finally getting in some Jacksonville Jaguars coverage, and the beat writers get to show their nerdy side in this week’s Inside the Huddle. UNF Student Government Vice...

Graphic by Caitlyn Broyles

Inside the Huddle: Oct. 12, 2015

October 12, 2015

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Graphic by Caitlyn Broyles

Inside the Huddle: Oct. 5, 2015

October 5, 2015

  Osprey basketball tips off the 2015-2016 season on Nov. 13. What do the "Birds of Trey" need to do to make another NCAA tournament run? Christian Ayers: Minimize turnovers. The Ospreys averaged...

News in brief: family dinner, “Out of this World” concert, Faces of Jacksonville

News in brief: family dinner, “Out of this World” concert, Faces of Jacksonville

April 27, 2015

PAWS your stress What: Students can take a break from finals week to pet dogs at the library When: April 27 from 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Where: Thomas G. Carpenter Library, first floor Cost:...

UNF Market Days’ last event of the semester wrapped up April 22 at 3:00 p.m. 
Photo by Jack Drain

The color pink invades Osprey Plaza  

April 23, 2015

UNF Market Days’ “Summer Send-off” wrapped up the semester with festivities ranging from inflatable obstacle courses and free Jersey Mike’s subs to the UNF and Florida Council of Operating...

News in brief: orchestra concert, Distinguished Voices lecture, Interfaith scholarship reception

News in brief: orchestra concert, Distinguished Voices lecture, Interfaith scholarship reception

April 20, 2015

Orchestra Concert What: The UNF Orchestra performs an all-Russian program under the direction of Dr. Simon Shiao When: April 20 at 7:30 p.m. Where: Robinson Theater Cost: Free for students,...

News in brief: Selma, student research and Lavender Graduation

News in brief: Selma, student research and Lavender Graduation

April 13, 2015

Selma Screening What: A screening of the film Selma, followed by a discussion of interfaith cooperation and civil rights When: April 14 from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. Where: Student Union West,...

Spinnaker Radio celebrates its FM launch in Osprey Plaza

Spinnaker Radio celebrates its FM launch in Osprey Plaza

April 13, 2015

Spinnaker Radio hosted its launch party today, April 13 in the Osprey Plaza near the Student Union. Students ate pizza, drank sodas and listened to Douglas Markowitz, Spinnaker Radio assistant programmer,...

News in brief: drag show, Tough Talons race and a dinner dance

News in brief: drag show, Tough Talons race and a dinner dance

April 6, 2015

Light Up the World Festival What: The Rotaract Club is hosting their annual fundraising charity event that will include student vendors, games, ballroom dancing and live performances. When: April...

UNF Men’s Tennis beats Kennesaw State 4-0

UNF Men’s Tennis beats Kennesaw State 4-0

April 1, 2015

[doptg id="153"] Gallery photos by Camille Shaw Inclement weather delayed the match but couldn't keep UNF men’s tennis from a 4-0 victory against Kennesaw State at the UNF Tennis Complex. The team...

UNF baseball loses 2-1 to FGCU in Atlantic Sun opener

UNF baseball loses 2-1 to FGCU in Atlantic Sun opener

March 31, 2015

UNF’s baseball team lost to Florida Golf Coast University (FGCU) 2-1 during the Atlantic Sun Conference opener March 27 to March 29 at UNF’s Harmon Stadium.  In this three-game series, FGCU beat...

Students show their true colors on a banner at Osprey Plaza

Students show their true colors on a banner at Osprey Plaza

March 10, 2015

Several students wished the UNF men’s basketball team good luck at Osprey Plaza today, March 10 through handwritten messages on a banner for Head Coach Matthew Driscoll and his players. Different...

Mac Miller performs in the rain at UNF

Mac Miller performs in the rain at UNF

March 5, 2015

Students who watched rapper Mac Miller’s set on the first day of the OZ Music Fest braved the rain and swayed their arms from left to right on the Hodges Stadium field tonight, March 5. The crowd...

UNF Market Day celebrates Mardi Gras with beads and jambalaya

UNF Market Day celebrates Mardi Gras with beads and jambalaya

February 18, 2015

The spirit of Mardi Gras was alive in the UNF Osprey Plaza today, Feb. 18. Students played carnival games and decorated masks while they enjoyed bread pudding and jambalaya from Gumbo Yaya’s....

Governor Rick Scott  made his announcement on the second floor of the UNF Bookstore.Photo by Camille Shaw

Rick Scott: textbook tax cut, Bright Futures expanded

January 22, 2015

UPDATE - 1/22/15 at 2:30 p.m. Governor Rick Scott outlined his proposals to students, staff and media during a packed press conference backed by shelves of textbooks on the second floor of the...

Osprey Production’s fourth annual Winter Fest will be held tomorrow at the Student Union Plaza.   Photo courtesy Facebook

Snow will fall during Osprey Productions’ fourth annual Winter Fest

January 21, 2015

Osprey Productions (OP) will host the fourth annual Winter Fest tomorrow, Jan. 22 from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. in the Student Union Plaza. According to OP’s event page, Winter Fest will be free for anyone,...

Sublime with Rome will play at UNF for Osprey Productions OZ Music Fest on March 5-6.Photo courtesy Facebook

Sublime with Rome is one of two bands headlining the OZ Music Fest

January 16, 2015

Osprey Productions (OP) announced through Instagram that Sublime with Rome is one of two headlining bands to play the first ever OZ Music Fest. The two-day festival will take place March 5 - 6 on...

Police Beat: August 2014

August 12, 2014

The following information is according to University of North Florida Police Department reports.   Missing person found on campus A 47-year-old sleeping on campus was found to be a woman who...

Police Beat: June – July 2014

July 21, 2014

The following information is according to University of North Florida Police Department reports.   June 3 - Theft (Building 54) One $375 ladder stolen when UNF employees hanging signs got called...

Summer B kicks off with BBQ, camels, and more

June 25, 2014

The Spinnaker is on the scene during the Summer B Kickoff events hosted by the university and Student Government. Most recent updates will be posted nearest the top of the page. Check back often for new...

Anthony Tallie is found

June 19, 2014

UPDATE – 6/20/2014 at 2:35 p.m. Earlier today, Anthony Juwon Tallie was reached for comment on his disappearance. He explains that he left his house on Saturday June 14 with a close friend...

UNF baseball stars Weeks, Trexler drafted into the majors

June 9, 2014

Junior outfielder Drew Weeks and senior right-handed pitcher David Trexler were picked in the MLB draft last week. Weeks was drafted in the seventh round by the Colorado Rockies and Trexler was taken...

Big-time soccer swoops onto campus: US Men’s Soccer Team practicing at Hodges Stadium

June 3, 2014

  The U.S. Men's National Team will train at UNF's Hodges Stadium today and tomorrow in preparation for their third and final match of the Send-Off Series. They will play against Nigeria at...

Ospreys’ clinch playoff berth in last home series

May 12, 2014

The North Florida baseball team hosted a three-game series against the Lipscomb Bisons this past weekend. In the first game, Ospreys had a blowout win with 15 runs—the team’s season-high and first...

UNF assistant professor named Leader of Leaders

May 4, 2014

Dr. Judy Comeaux, a UNF assistant professor of nursing, was honored with this year’s Leader of Leaders award by the National Student Nurses Association. The award is given to a dean, faculty advisor,...

Mary Lambert headlines LGBT’s 11th annual FCPC

April 1, 2014

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MOCA displays Leigh Murphy’s imagination through her artwork

March 26, 2014

By Mallory Egan, Contributing Reporter The Museum of Contemporary Art will display a new exhibit by Leigh Murphy called “Observing Objects,” in which Leigh Murphy takes details from her own photographs...

Osprey Clubhouse opening soon

March 24, 2014

The Osprey Clubhouse and Pool Facility is set to be completed and furnished by May 1. Bob Boyle, director of Housing and Residence Life, said the $6 million building has been constructed with little...

Carlo Fassi calls out apathetic student body

March 5, 2014

What follows is a copy of a Facebook comment Student Body President Carlo Fassi left on the Spinnaker Facebook page Tuesday, March 4 at 11:31 p.m. The comment originally appeared on a daily news story...

Homecoming 2014 photo gallery

February 20, 2014

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230 parking spaces reserved for private event

January 21, 2014

Garage 38’s second floor lost 230 parking spaces from 5 p.m. Jan. 20 till 7:30 p.m. Jan. 21 because they were blocked off for patrons of a Presidential Lecture. George Androuin, Director of Parking...

UNF defeats Lipscomb, fourth in winning streak

January 7, 2014

by Scott Kunath, contributing reporter The University of North Florida Ospreys defeated the Lipscomb University Bison 78-73 Saturday despite 26 turnovers, propelling the team into a tie for first...

Boathouse closed early, 40 parking spaces reserved

December 11, 2013

By Tiffany Felts The Boathouse and 40 parking spaces will be blocked off for a party Dec. 11. The Boathouse will be closed at 3 p.m. on Dec. 11 and UNF is also blocking off 40 parking spaces in the arena...

Switchfoot concert defies expectations

December 3, 2013

by Clark Caraway, Reporter On Oct. 24, I walked into the Florida Theatre to see Switchfoot, an alternative rock band currently touring for Fading West, their new album available Jan. 14, 2014. But,...

Daily Discovery: Danny Brown – Old

December 3, 2013

by Douglas Markowitz In today’s ultra-diverse hip-hop climate, Danny Brown deserves the distinction of “most instantly divisive rapper”. With such a uniquely high-pitched voice, the Detroit MC...

UNF men’s surf team beats UF

November 25, 2013

Written by Ellie Strube, Reporter Marineland, Fla. -- As the sky began to fade from blue to pink, the UNF surf team celebrated its win over the University of Florida’s surf team. UF’s Matt...

Daily Discoveries: Death Grips and DJ Rashad

November 22, 2013

By Doug Markowitz Death Grips: Back in August, Death Grips dropped a song called “Birds,” a sonic fever dream that combines whining synths with MC Ride’s raps. The track takes on the form of a...

Bright Futures chances dim for future undergraduate students

November 11, 2013

Written by Cassidy Alexander Less than half of UNF's incoming 2014 freshman class will be eligible for Bright Futures scholarships, based on the changing eligibility requirements. Because of...

Fall Concert photo gallery

November 7, 2013

Photos by Ali Blumenthal

Swoopocalypse 2013

November 5, 2013

Photos by Camille Shaw

Reported armed robbery near campus

October 21, 2013

Three students reported being robbed on the morning of Oct. 20, as the students were traveling towards the Osprey Fountains dorms. The victims were approached in the area of Kernan Blvd. and First Coast...

Letter to the Editor: Don’t ignore the threat of the national debt

October 11, 2013

My name is Joseph Turner and I am the current Student Body Treasurer for our University. I am writing this piece to highlight, what I feel, is one of the largest threats facing our country and, specifically,...

Oct. 4 B&A highlights

October 7, 2013

By Alexis McCartney, contributing reporter Travel Requests Passed Connor Spielmaker and Brittney Campbell, the Spinnaker station manager, made a travel request of $500 to attend the National Student...

Race affecting rush

October 4, 2013

By Ashley DeWolf, contributing reporter In Sept. 2013, two University of Alabama students claimed they were denied admission into a sorority based on their race, leading the university to change...

What killed MyHousing

October 4, 2013

By Rebecca Rodriguez UNF’s MyHousing website suffered two security breaches within two years before being permanently taken down in June 2012. The first breach came in Sept. 2010, when information...

Ozzie’s Oktoberfest 2013

October 3, 2013

Written by Cassidy Thomas, contributing reporter Last year UNF brought Ozzie’s Oktoberfest back to the campus after 21 years of no German polka or brew to go around on Founder’s Day. This year,...

Organic Project’s request for extra funding approved

September 29, 2013

Sept. 27 Senate Meeting Highlights By Alexis McCartney The UNF Organic Project recently requested more funding to attend an environmental leadership conference called “Power Shift” in Pittsburgh,...

Students gather in memory of Kappa Alpha brother

September 25, 2013

Written by Saphara Harrell, contributing reporter Students gathered at Coxwell Amphitheatre Sept. 25 to honor the memory of former Kappa Alpha Matthew Matson, who died Sept.14 at the age of 20...

What not to wear to class

September 12, 2013

By Alexis McCartney A new semester has begun, and one thing can make or break the vital first impression with your new classmates and professors: Fashion. It’s all about what you wear. Pulling all-nighters...

Must-See Fall Concerts

September 11, 2013

By Alexis McCartney, contributing reporter We may not get to experience packed concerts with stunning performers like The Killers and Lady Gaga, but Jacksonville has a diverse lineup this fall, according...

The Spinnaker Will Continue Promoting What It Reports: Spinnaker Editorial of June 12

June 18, 2013

For those of you settling into your dorms for your first summer at UNF, you now have a level of freedom unmatched by your years living at home. Helicopter parents are now faced with a no-fly zone, unable...

UNF grad and former football star J.T. Townsend dies

June 5, 2013

J.T. Townsend, a Jacksonville athlete who overcame a spinal cord injury and helped give back to people with disabilities around the First Coast died suddenly overnight Tuesday. The 26-year old graduated...

SG Senate meeting tomorrow

May 7, 2013

Student Government is holding a senate meeting tomorrow at 6:30 p. m., May 8. It is the only senate meeting for the month of May. Throughout the summer, Student Government will hold four senate meetings. SG...

UNF student dies in crash

May 1, 2013

UNF student Alex Pepple died in car crash Friday, April 26. According to a press release from JSO, Pepple was driving on Mandarin Road at approximately 2:48 a. m. when his car struck an oak tree and...

Inside the Huddle: April 17

April 17, 2013

1. Another PGA major championship was won by a golfer using a belly putter. Should they be outlawed? Travis Gibson: It is a little fishy, but I don't...

Society forces victims of rape into silence: Spinnaker Editorial of April 17

April 17, 2013

There’s a news story this week about a topic nobody wants to discuss: rape. And that’s the issue — especially for the victims. There’s a quiet, underlying stigma of victim blaming that flows...

Photo Gallery: Boys Like Girls at Ozzie’s Spring Ticket Music Festival

April 16, 2013

Boys Like Girls played the headline spot at Osprey Productions' Ozzie's Spring Ticket Music Festival Friday night. The event was moved to the UNF Arena due to Friday's weather forecast. Photos by Ali...

Letter to the Editor: marijuana at UNF

April 15, 2013

April 15, 2013 In response to the recent articles in the Spinnaker regarding Marijuana at UNF: As noted in the recent articles in the Spinnaker, it is important to remember that different states...

Spring is here; dress accordingly

April 14, 2013

Randy Manicca, UNF chemistry student, is a well-dressed man. Photo Courtesy of Garrett Haupt / SpinnakerSpring is a time when we all pack up our winter attire, purge our closets, and buy shorts and t-shirts....

Angela Bruno writes a letter to the Editor

April 10, 2013

It’s no secret that the staff at The Spinnaker is not favorable to the Greek community. As a Greek woman and a Swoop Squad senior, I can understand why. As a fraternity or sorority member, we do...

Britt Stromquist writes a letter to the Editor

April 10, 2013

I’m writing out of frustration with the S(igma) G(amma) article published in the March 27 issue regarding the Greek population in Student Government. Besides violating multiple fact errors, the...

The Spinnaker explains its intentions: Editorial of April 10

April 10, 2013

We’re concerned. The Spinnaker received two letters to the editor from members of the Swoop Squad in response to “(S)igma (G)amma?” We’ve published both on page eight of our April 10 paper. The...

Some students get arrested for marijuana possession, some don’t: Spinnaker Editorial of April 3

April 3, 2013

If you keep up with the Spinnaker’s Police Beats, you may remember a March 25 item where a UPD officer “reasoned” with students who were believed to be smoking pot in an Osprey Cove dorm room....

Letter to the editor

March 29, 2013

This is response to David Jaffee’s letter to the editor, Student Loans: The New Debt Peonage, March 14, 2013. Professor Jaffee likens student debt to involuntary servitude. He implies that students...

Spinnaker editorial of March 27

March 28, 2013

Spring break is the ideal opportunity for students to escape from classes and campus. Or is it? If any of you weren’t paying attention to your UNF email or chose to travel during the week we had off,...

Inside the Huddle: March 27

March 27, 2013

What do you think of FGCU's March Madness run to the Sweet 16? Travis Gibson: It's crazy to think FGCU's run would have never happened if UNF had more...

Yet to boot: Boots are a tasteful trend in the winter and spring months.

March 25, 2013

By Garrett Haupt, Contributing Columnist The winter months can bring out some of the best in the world of fashion, even here in Florida. Winter means layering, jackets, and stylish footwear....

Sbarro equipment auctioned off

March 14, 2013

By Zach Carter, Contributing Reporter Leftover property from the closed Sbarro restaurant was put up for auction last friday. Bob Garner, VP of First Coast Auction, said the two-hour auction...

Student Loans: The New Debt Peonage

March 14, 2013

A letter to the Editor By David Jaffee Today, most people believe that we live in a modern enlightened society that is superior in every way to societies of the past. In this narrative, the forces...

Inside the Huddle: March 13

March 13, 2013

What's more surprising, the Anquan Boldin or Percy Harvin trade? Travis Gibson: I’m not surprised by the trades, but I am surprised by the teams each player ended up with....

Buildings three and four renamed for Skinner family

March 2, 2013

By Rebecca Krogman, Contributing Reporter Buildings three and four were renamed on Friday in honor of the A.C. Skinner family.The buildings, now named Skinner-Jones Halls North and South, are two...

Live Streaming of Elections Supreme Court Appeal Hearing

March 1, 2013

Watch live video from ospreytv on Justin.tv Editor's Note: Updated at 5:51 p.m. 3/01/13 with the entire broadcast. The Elections Supreme Court will decide if Eric Armetta and Jeffrey Young will be...

Live Streaming of Elections Appeal Hearing

February 27, 2013

Watch live video from ospreytv on Justin.tv Editor's Note: Updated at 6:55 p.m. 2/27/13 with the entire broadcast. The Elections Primary Court will decide if Eric Armetta and Jeffrey Young will be...

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