Phi Delta Theta is hosting a Powder Puff Football Tournament Saturday March 7 to raise money for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis. More commonly known as Lou Gehrig's Disease, ALS is a neurodegenerative disease impacting the brain and spinal cord.
Philip Michienzi, junior marketing major and philanthropy... READ MORE »»
On the weekend of Feb. 15, the Jacksonville University Sailing Team placed first among 19 teams in the South Atlantic Interscholastic Sailing Association Conference Opening at Eckerd College in St. Petersburg.
Several highlights from the opening came from sophomore Danny Lawless and freshman Natalie... READ MORE »»
On Tuesday, Feb. 8, philosophy fans of Jacksonville gathered to answer the controversial question, "Is evolution a threat to religion?"
The speaker, Julie Ingersoll, associate professor of religious studies at University of North Florida, started by addressing the fact that she was not actually... READ MORE »»
UNF Associate Professor of Religious Studies Julie Ingersoll discusses the question "Is evolution a threat to religion?" at the JU Philosophy Slam Tuesday Feb. 17 in Downtown Jacksonville at North Star "The Pizza Bar."
Its one thing to be able to sing, but to have the voice and stage presence is what makes a true artist. Jacobe King, sophomore music and business major, showed that on Jan. 22 at the River House Pub.
Even though he was the opening act, King performed two songs: Sam Smith’s “Stay With Me” and... READ MORE »»
JU music business major, Jacobe King, pianist Jazzmin Galmore and guitarist Skyler Dicchoy perform live music in the River House Jan. 22 at 7 p.m.
After sharing anecdotes of a three-ingredient “dog bread” and discussing recommended books on politics, Adjunct Professor of Political Science Robert Hall, J.D., nodded to the group of students sitting in a conference room in the River House.
“I hope you’ll get as much out... READ MORE »»
On Wednesday, Jan. 21, Adjunct Professor of Political Science Robert Hall, J.D., introduces the American Politics on Film series presentation, "Driving Miss Daisy," before screening the film in the River House.