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Editorial: Don’t stand so close to me

Erin Seaton, Design Editor

April 10, 2020

We’re living in scary times right now— that much is inevitable. Every day, breaking news reports remind us of the ever-increasing numbers of coronavirus diagnoses and the slowly growing death rate worldwide. Life is not easy right now. We’re stuck at home, developing cabin fever, wishing that life could go back to the way it was a few months ago. I know how you feel....

Phone calls are a simple way to stay connected.

How to maintain your relationships during a pandemic

April 9, 2020

GREENSBURG, Pa.— Quarantine is in full effect and with it comes the task of social distancing. According to a March 30 study by the CDC, people should...

A sign outside of a business in Olympia, Washington.

The economic impacts of COVID-19

April 9, 2020

JACKSONVILLE, Fla.– The coronavirus has rapidly spread across the world and U.S. An April 8 post by the CDC has the total number of cases in the U.S....

COVID-19 testing laboratory in Leeds, England.

Testing the limits

April 9, 2020

LAKE CITY, Fla.— Testing remains among many concerns for healthcare workers as the COVID-19 outbreak surges forward. Currently, Duval county has multiple...

Going the distance

Going the distance

April 9, 2020

JACKSONVILLE, Fla.— As our country continues its struggle with the novel coronavirus, social distancing and quarantine living has become the new normal. This...

The Quail Valley Invitational

Chase York

November 1, 2016

“Success in this game depends less on strength of body than strength of mind and character.” – Arnold Palmer The men of Jacksonville University golf prepare for their next outing at the Quail Valley Invitational in Vero Beach, Fla. After winning it’s first tournament at the GolfWeek Challenge in South Carolina back on Sept. 11, the team hopes to come out on top...

Dolphin Highlights: Alex Ricker-Gilbert

Tyler Havenner

November 1, 2016

Jacksonville University’s newly appointed athletic director, Alex Ricker-Gilbert, aims to enhance the student athlete experience. Hired by Jacksonville University (JU) two short years ago, Ricker-Gilbert has big plans for the future of Dolphin athletics. Ricker-Gilbert is applying what he’s learned while working under the former athletic director Donnie Horner. “He...

Jacksonville University Election Polls

Anthony Pardella

November 1, 2016

Democracy takes work. It’s a form of government that relies on citizen participation. Not even the position of the president can be obtained without an election and consent from the electoral majority. It’s a process that is the bedrock of our nation’s form of government. Paulina Cossette, assistant professor of the JU political science department, knows that elections...

JU football falls to Dayton

JU football falls to Dayton

November 1, 2016

On Saturday Oct. 15, the Jacksonville University Dolphins took on the Dayton Flyers at D.B. Milne Field. The Flyers came out victorious in a 36-16 win. This loss ended a 10-game home conference win ...

Intramural Season Begins

Intramural Season Begins

November 1, 2016

Almost half of college students participate in recreational activities provided by their campus, and Jacksonville University is no exception. One of the many ways JU students get involved is though ...

JU's smallest community members: Service Dogs

JU’s smallest community members: Service Dogs

November 1, 2016

If it is not already obvious that dogs are very popular, take into consideration that, according to servicedogcentral.org there are an estimated 70 to 80 million dogs owned in the U.S. Jacksonville ...

The frustrations of JU parking

The frustrations of JU parking

November 1, 2016

Parking at Jacksonville University is tough. The early morning rush can sometimes look like a game of Mario-Kart. Student commuter, Rachel Hernandez, has felt that frustration and now plans her c...

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