• Stretching Mind and Body

    Stretching Mind and Body

    Kenneth Pasley

    April 11, 2014

    As the spring semester comes to its final stretch, yoga could possibly be the stretch that is needed to finish strong. Yoga is a variety of poses that is used to stretch out the body, which has many benefits. Yoga began as a practice that originated in ancient India and can be looked at as a form... READ MORE »»

    Robert Bemman, sophomore excercise science major, leads students Olivia Patton, senior humanities and geography double major, (front left) Amanda Head, sophomore dental hygiene major (front right) and Kenneth Pasley, sophomore communications major through yoga poses March 27.

    Christina Kelso

  • First Ever JU Water Taxi Finds Success on the St. Johns

    First Ever JU Water Taxi Finds Success on the St. Johns

    Christina Kelso, Publication Manager

    April 10, 2014

    Almost simultaneously, a boatful of Jacksonville University students, faculty and staff jumped. Dressed in springtime clothes and sunglasses, they peered over the starboard side of the first ever JU Water Taxi and into the St. Johns River below. The first dolphin sighting of the trip was announced... READ MORE »»

    Students ride the first ever JU Water Taxi to the Jacksonville Landing April 2 for the monthly Downtown Art Walk

    Christina Kelso

  • “GradNation”

    “GradNation”

    Clayton Levins , Editor-In-Chief

    April 10, 2014

    The pitter-patter of little steps flooded the auditorium as the young students from “Kingdom Kids” approached the stage, singing at the top of their little lungs the song “Good Morning,” by American gospel and contemporary Christian recording artist Mandisa. Once they reached the stage, those... READ MORE »»

    Students from “Kingdom Kids” sing “50 Nifty United States,” at the downtown branch of the Jacksonville Public Library April 4, kicking off the 2014 “GradNation” Jacksonville Community Summit.

    Christina Kelso

  • Teaching children to follow the music

    Teaching children to follow the music

    Emily Long, News Editor

    April 2, 2014

    Student peers and faculty often wonder what happens to students after they have graduated from Jacksonville University. Most of the time they get jobs, get married and have a family. They begin their life and pursue their desires. One less prevalent thought is that of what professors do after they... READ MORE »»

    Former JU professor Ulysses Owens, Jr. plays the drums.

    Courtesy of Ulysses Owens, Jr.

News

JU Celebrates 80 Years at Renovated River House

Courtney Jimenez

Eighty years marks a milestone at Jacksonville University and with that milestone comes renovations, new buildings and a toast to celebrate the past and future that is JU. On...  Read More »

April 24, 2014 • Comments Off

JU Broadcasters Win Prestigious AP Awards

April 19, 2014

Students ride the first ever JU Water Taxi to the Jacksonville Landing April 2 for the monthly Downtown Art Walk

First Ever JU Water Taxi Finds Success on the St. Johns

April 10, 2014

Students from “Kingdom Kids” sing “50 Nifty United States,” at the downtown branch of the Jacksonville Public Library April 4, kicking off the 2014 “GradNation” Jacksonville Community Summit.

“GradNation”

April 10, 2014

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Arts & Entertainment

The Lovely One: Fashion Column

Lovely Valbrun, Staff Columnist

Let’s talk dorm rooms. This is your home away from home. You need to be comfortable. And let’s be honest, it needs to look good! Especially if everyone and their mama...  Read More »

August 26, 2014 • 0 comments

Microwave Smart

August 22, 2014

Senior Courtney Tarell presents an exploration of light as a symbol and physical entity through photography.

A final student expression

April 2, 2014

Scott Watkins, piano, Marguerite Richardson, violin, and Shannon Lockwood, cello, perform “Trout” Quintet in Terry Concert Hall.

A quintet in Terry

April 2, 2014

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Dolphin Radio Live!

Features

Rethinking “Undecided”

Gabriele Hickman, Copy Editor

Singer and parodist Alfred "Weird Al" Yankovic received his degree in Architecture before turning to a career in entertaining, lead guitarist...  Read More »

August 26, 2014 • 0 comments

Emergency blue light phones are strategically placed around campus for student safety.

Staying Safe on Campus

August 26, 2014

Homesickness

August 26, 2014

LSSSummerRefugeeChildren

Summer Reading Inspires Service

August 22, 2014

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