• A Memorable Day for JU

    A Memorable Day for JU

    Patrick Wilkins

    September 18, 2014

    The stage was set under the afternoon sun on Saturday Sept. 13 as a crowd gathered at D.B. Milne field for what was sure to be a memorable day in JU history. Recent construction to the facilities has sparked conversations across campus, which grew louder as the day grew closer. As kickoff for the... READ MORE »»

    Jacksonville linebacker Montaque Mack unleashes a roar after making a key stop in the backfield against San Diego

    Photo by Ryan Montez

  • These Pages Must Show

    These Pages Must Show

    Alyssa Stubbs, Business Manager and Staff Writer

    September 18, 2014

    Long before the name David Copperfield was associated with a famous illusionist, it identified the young hero of a 19th-century Charles Dickens novel. In four performances on Sept. 10, 12 and 13, the magic of the theater brought the spirited boy to life. "On My Own: The Early Adventures of David Copperfield"... READ MORE »»

    Stanton College Preparatory students perform “On My Own,” a theater production adapted from the Dickens novel, David Copperfield.

    Photo by Laura Walter

  • Transforming Dreams to Realities

    Transforming Dreams to Realities

    Gabrielle Hickman

    September 18, 2014

    In 2011, three men gathered in a local coffee shop to order coffee. With the help of curative caffeine and a brainstorming atmosphere, three Jacksonville friends sparked vision and future. Elton Rivas, Dennis Eusebio, and Varick Rosete’s coffee conversations began to connect ideas with resources... READ MORE »»

    Illustration by Isabel Maridsa

  • 1980s Icon Gains Momentum

    1980s Icon Gains Momentum

    Isabel Maridsa, Guest Writer

    September 18, 2014

    In early July, the Jacksonville University campus bookstore received its first shipment of penny boards. Originally an icon of the 1980s, these lightweight boards with small plastic decks have experienced a resurgence in popularity among skateboarders in recent years. Known for their speed and... READ MORE »»

    Blake Hibdon, senior communication major, skates on his penny board outside Howard Administration Building.

    Christina Kelso

  • College of Health Sciences Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Draws Hundreds of Supporters

    College of Health Sciences Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Draws Hundreds of Supporters

    Alyssa Stubbs, Business Manager and Staff Writer

    September 10, 2014

    Shortly after sunrise on Thursday, Sept. 4, hundreds of community leaders, faculty members and students gathered in front of the College of Health Sciences to welcome the dawn of a new era for Jacksonville University. The building, completed just over a year from its groundbreaking in June 2013, houses... READ MORE »»

    President Cost speaks to a crowd of students, faculty, alumni and visitors at the opening of JU's new state of the art $8 million College of Health Sciences building.

    Photo by Christina Kelso

News

“We Can Work Together”

Gabriele Hickman

Fall elections for the Jacksonville University Student Alliance are in full swing. More...  Read More »

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Presidential Fellow Clayton Levins discusses student opportunities witih Will Baxley, senior music composition & theory and commercial music major.

“Embody That Excellence”

September 18, 2014

JU Chief Athletics Officer Donald H. Horner, Ph.D. discusses his position with Navigator sports editor Patrick Wilkins.

JU Athletics Appoints New Leader

September 18, 2014

entr_web

Transforming Dreams to Realities

September 18, 2014

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Arts & Entertainment

These Pages Must Show

These Pages Must Show

Alyssa Stubbs, Business Manager and Staff Writer

Long before the name David Copperfield was associated with a famous illusionist, it identified the young hero of a 19th-century Charles Dickens novel. In four performances...  Read More »

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The Lovely One

September 18, 2014

The Inklings

September 18, 2014

Daneisha Hawkins, senior biology major, rides the mechanical bull at the Sept. 3 River House Hoedown.

Riverhouse Hoedown

September 18, 2014

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Dolphin Radio Live!

Features

Bringing A New Voice to Campus

Bringing A New Voice to Campus

Gabriele Hickman

Laughter became the glue that bonded new connections on Tuesday, Sept. 9. The 5 p.m. sunshine permeated a subtle light through the Riverhouse windows as graduate students,...  Read More »

September 18, 2014 • 0 comments

Adjunct Professor of Political Science Robert Hall, J.D., introduces the politics in film series.

Turning Attentions to the Screen

September 18, 2014

Equestrian Club Illustration

Horse Therapy, Rekindled Passion

September 18, 2014

Florida Laws for Students

September 18, 2014

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Sports

Dolphins Win in Thrilling Fashion

Patrick Wilkins

The Dolphins had a tough task when they took the field Saturday Sept. 23. Not only were they going against one of the premiere teams in the IVY League, but the weather didn’t...  Read More »

October 1, 2014 • 0 comments

Jacksonville linebacker Montaque Mack unleashes a roar after making a key stop in the backfield against San Diego

A Memorable Day for JU

September 18, 2014

Dolphins Suffer First Loss of the Season

September 5, 2014

Construction continues on the D.B. Milne Field. The project is set to be complete in time for JU football’s home opener on Sept. 13 against San Diego.

JU Athletics Gears Up For an Exciting Year

August 26, 2014

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