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Staff Blog: The semester starts…

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January 13, 2009

I don't know about you, but the holidays came and went pretty quickly. The break may have included travel, gift-giving and for most people, hanging out with loved ones. By the time the New Year rolled around, I couldn't think...

Our Two Sense

Spinnaker

January 7, 2009

Mike Tomassoni Art Director John Weidner Assistant Sports Editor Rachel Elsea Copy Editor James Cannon II Assistant News Editor With more budget cuts targeted to affect Florida universities next year, what should...

Commentary: Free-market economics benefit students, staff

Spinnaker

January 7, 2009

In times of economic downturns and the complete removal of free-market principles from macro-economics, an instance of resourceful capitalism is a refreshing sight, especially since this solution came from a government worker. Tom...

Commentary: Navy treading on endangered waters

Spinnaker

January 7, 2009

The smallest rabbit known to man, the pygmy rabbit, could fit in the palm of a hand – its fluffy fur and big floppy ears balled together to form one adorable little bunny. Not only was it cute, but the pygmy rabbit also stood...

Christmas cheer must extend into the new year

Spinnaker

December 3, 2008

The UNF student population has been tested really hard during the last few semesters. The way the economy developed left many students facing the dilemma of their future at school and how they will make it during the upcoming...

Season to give, not receive

Spinnaker

December 3, 2008

While different world religions celebrate their own holidays in various ways, there is one common ideal that can be found in them all: We should give back to others. A large number of Americans, despite their religious beliefs,...

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