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Tuesday, July 24, 2018
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Friday, July 27, 2018
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Climate change is turning sea turtle eggs female. What about alligators?

Sometime in mid-August, 400 baby alligators will hatch on the UNF campus. Researchers will scoop up the newborns and tally them up: male or female? If Dr. Adam Rosenblatt, UNF assistant professor of biology, and his hypothesis are correct, most of the tiny reptiles wriggling out of their manmade nests will be female, thanks to climate change.

Click it or ticket: Seat belt safety on campus

University Police Department Traffic Safety Officer Gus Carlson talks to the Spinnaker about the importance of wearing a seat belt and the safety behind it.

Scholarship was 'everything' to UNF graduate, immigrant father

UNF alumna Anna Santiago's father, a Vietnam native, was unable to go to college. But he wanted his four children, raised mostly in Jacksonville, to get the chance. Anna's scholarship to the University was 'everything' to her.

Jim Draper 

College of Arts & Sciences • Curator of UNF Galleries & Instructor

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