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On-campus organizations give UNF a green face-lift

Spinnaker

October 19, 2010

Filed under News, Sports, Uncategorized

BY Emily Jensen Slough Reserve. Most of us walk around on it almost daily, surrounded by lush forests, clean air and a welcomed canopy of shade. The university’s administration is taking new initiatives to improve and maintain...

Free event: Electronic recycling to be collected

Spinnaker

February 16, 2010

Filed under News, Sports, Uncategorized

UNF students to collect electronic recycling free of charge The UNF chapter of the international nonprofit Students in Free Enterprise is hosting an E-Cycle recycling event for everything electronic Saturday, Feb. 20 from 10 ...

UNF officials: Kill the ignorance, recycle smart

Spinnaker

September 24, 2009

Filed under Features, Sports

When you throw that half-full cup of Starbucks coffee into the recycling bin, you may feel popular and all together benevolent, right? At least you may think offhandedly that it couldn’t hurt. Or could it? But are what you...

Letter to the Editor: Project didn’t force views on anyone

Spinnaker

April 15, 2009

Filed under Opinions, Sports

Dear Editor, As the organizer of the Genocide Awareness Project that appeared on campus last month, I’d like to respond to the April 1 column by Andrea Farah. Ironically, Mrs. Farah actually agrees with us on the most important...

Is it truly a sport?

Spinnaker

April 15, 2009

Filed under Sports

Sports are often cherished for their hard-hitting, character-building moments when athletes use the most of their skill and talent to win. But not every sport involves head-to-head competition or even exercise. The Spinnaker asked...

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