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Mock Rock

Mock Rock

October 26, 2015

Music, dancing, lip-syncing, and high energy is what Mock Rock contestants Tri delta, ISA, AEPhi, ADPi, Phi Delta, Sigma Chi, and Sigma Nu brought to the 2015...

Volleyball

Volleyball

October 26, 2015

On October 17 the Jacksonville University Dolphins went up against Florida Gulf Coast University at home in the Swisher Gymnasium and fell just short to t...

Men’s Golf Makes it Three in a Row

Patrick Wilkins, Managing Editor

October 26, 2015

Filed under Archive, Golf, Sports

The Jacksonville University’s men’s golf team won their third consecutive tournament when they won the Donald Ross Intercollegiate tournament hosted by Appalachian State University. The Dolphins’ performance at Mimosa Hills Golf Club continued their dominance this season and proved that this team is one of the best in the country. Using strong second and third round...

JU Mobile Safety

JU Mobile Safety

October 26, 2015

Approximately one third of U.S. college presidents believe sexual assault is a problem on American college campuses, but only six percent believe it's...

Where Do the Jaguars Go From Here?

Patrick Wilkins, Managing Editor

October 26, 2015

Filed under Archive, Editorial, Sports

I don’t even know where to begin this week. In my last column I called for Jaguars’ head coach Gus Bradley to be fired even though there are others that disagreed with me. But after the way the Jaguars lost to the Houston Texans, it is tough for anyone to argue in favor of Bradley. Or is it? Are there some bright spots and signs of improvement on this team? Yes. But...

Slammed Into The Future

Slammed Into The Future

October 26, 2015

Where is the human race heading in the future? Will our species evolve into something different, a being of unparalleled power? On October 13, the River...

Luau

Ashlyn Sparks, Contributing Writer

October 26, 2015

Filed under Archive, Features

With Leis draped across the railings and torches lined along the sand, the Riverhouse was transformed into an “Escape to Paradise” on Oct. 8 from 5 p.m. to 7 pm. From the surfing attraction to the coconut chicken and pineapple pizza, the Hawaiian vibes were evident at the event. “The chicken was so awesome," said Jena Kent. "And the chocolate cupcakes were the softest...

Art With a Cause

Art With a Cause

October 26, 2015

On October 8, the Brest Fine Arts Gallery hosted its second gallery opening of the year, showcasing the works of Erin Colleen Johnson and Kari Marboe,...

Tailgate and Homecoming Game

Emily Myslinski, Staff Writer

October 26, 2015

Filed under Archive, Homecoming, News

What did you do on Saturday, October 10th? Hopefully you were exploring the many activities JU had to offer on campus. Homecoming this year was a huge success. To start off the day, there was a 5K run winding all throughout the campus. The amount of participants that showed up was phenomenal, not to mention how great they all did. Later on in the day, at the front of the sch...

Alum takes the stage in production of “Seminar”

Alum takes the stage in production of “Seminar”

October 26, 2015

On October 15, Seminar premiered at Swisher Theater to a full crowd. The comedy closed on October 18 to a similarly packed audience. “We have alm...

Gopher Tortoise Research

October 26, 2015

Filed under Archive, News

Research on gopher tortoises (Gopherus polyphemus) conducted by a JU professor and undergrad student has caught national attention. Associate Professor of Biology John Enz, Ph.D. and marine science sophomore Alexandria Gagne have spent the last nine months working in conjunction with Maryville College’s Dave Unger, Ph.D. and undergraduate Thomas Moore studying the gopher...

Mens Soccer

Jamesha, Staff Writer

October 26, 2015

Filed under Archive, Soccer, Sports

When the Dolphins hit the road Oct 13 for a non-conference face off against Georgia Southern University, they did not come back with the win they hoped for. Instead, the Georgia Southern Eagles captured a win of 5-0. In the first half with 4:24 on the clock, a goal was struck by the Eagles’ Hunter Loyden on a free kick making the score 0-1. With the Eagles taking possession of the ball, Ochoa score...

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