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The Quail Valley Invitational

Chase York

November 1, 2016

Filed under Archive, Sports

“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

Filed under Archive, Sports

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

Filed under Archive, Features

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...

Safety from Matthew

Safety from Matthew

November 1, 2016

During the week of Oct. 3 Hurricane Matthew slowly came towards the east coast of Florida. The strength of the storm and path left a lot of uncertainty. For students living hundreds of miles away fr...

Hurricane Matthew

Gabriela Lovera

November 1, 2016

Filed under Archive, News, Showcase

The wind sped up and the rain intensified as Matthew closed in. Formed in late September as the result of a tropical wave that originated along the African coast, Hurricane Matthew surged into the Atlantic Ocean after gathering speed and strength in the Eastern Caribbean. Labeled as a Category 3 hurricane and characterized by its sustained winds of 111 to 129 mph, Ma...

Just a little short

Just a little short

March 16, 2016

For his first Atlantic Sun appearance, JU men's basketball player Darien Fernandez didn’t let his height stop him from gaining 31 points. Unfortunately,...

Mad Matt: Gift Grief

March 16, 2016

Filed under Archive, Editorial

If you did not read my previous editorials, then I warn you to tread lightly as you read, and that any areas with ---- are for you to fill in with whatever word makes you happy. I would like to open this lovely piece of writing with if you give someone money as a gift you need to get out right now. That is probably the most inconsiderate ---- thing you can do. That bei...

JU men’s basketball loses to UNF by one point

JU men’s basketball loses to UNF by one point

March 16, 2016

From tailgating before the game and body painting to posters and signs,  students came out in large numbers to support their men’s basketball team against...

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