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February 16, 2013

A History of the Student Union

Zach Singer

April 8, 2012

By: Zach Singer, Contributing Writer Prior to serving as a comprehensive, student-oriented hub, receiving a nomination from AIA Florida and winning the Merit Design Award from American Institute of Architects in 2010, the Student...

Men’s tennis notches another barrel point against JU

Jordan Harirchi

April 5, 2012

By: Jordan Harirchi, Assistant Sports Editor In a few days of dominance, the No. 56 UNF men’s tennis team won 12 of a total 14 points against the two teams it faced. The Ospreys concluded their nonconference schedule by beating...

Women’s basketball faces cross-town rival in final game


February 22, 2012

By: Zach Morgan, Contributing Writer   With one game remaining in the regular season, UNF women’s basketball has an old foe standing in the way of its chance at being a fourth seed in the Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament.   UNF will travel across town to take ...

River City Rumble brings new events to UNF


January 28, 2010

Both the UNF basketball teams in accompany with the athletic department are stirring up the campus with fist-pumping school spirit events for JU week. Every Osprey will have the opportunity to be a part of the “Pack the House...

Golf tries to end second place A-Sun streak


April 15, 2009

The UNF golf team finished its Reunion Intercollegiate in fifth place and will now move on to the Atlantic Sun Championship April 20-22 in Blues Creek, N.C. Last year in 2008 the golf team won the tournament by one stroke over...

Ozzie shines during River City Rumble and on YouTube


February 4, 2009

OK, I haven’t written anything in a while, so let’s recap a bit. The River City Rumble on the hardwood didn’t go as planned on many accounts. There were a few bright spots in the doubleheader though: The Velocity and...

Making history: Inauguration draws hundreds to UNF Library


January 21, 2009

Growing up in Kenya, Libran Jirmo never thought he would see a black president of the U.S. in his lifetime. Facing stereotypes, racism and a lack of freedom every day throughout the majority of his childhood, the sen...

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