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August 16, 2019
Blind UNF instructor and poet writes about more than her lack of sight
Poet Emily Michael, a UNF writing instructor, is blind, though she makes sure that’s far from the only topic she’ll write about. She has a new poetry book, "Neoteny: Poems," coming out this fall.
August 16, 2019
Want your own giant sculpture? UNF's student art auction is live
If you’ve walked around Jacksonville Beach lately you might have noticed the giant sculptures at UNF’s Seaside Sculpture Park. The colorful and whimsical pieces were made by UNF sculpture students, and now their hard work will help bring in money for the program they love so much.
August 12, 2019
UNF student Lee Giat has his eyes to the stars
Lee Giat, who has majors in physics and communication, is down to earth but has his head in space. He recently participated in astronaut training in Russia.
August 12, 2019
UNF student sculptures to be auctioned online
UNF sculpture students will have their original works auctioned in online bidding that starts Thursday and runs through the end of the month. Proceeds from the online auction will go to support the UNF Sculpture Program.
August 12, 2019
Looking at the E-Verify Program and its blind spots
At least four of the poultry processing plants Immigration and Customs Enforcement recently raided claimed to use E-Verify to vet workers. National Public Radio's Ari Shapiro speaks with Dr. Madeline Zavodny, UNF economics professor, about how well E-Verify's works.