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Senior Courtney Tarell presents an exploration of light as a symbol and physical entity through photography.

A final student expression

April 2, 2014

The Visual Arts Senior Thesis Exhibition is a collaboration and a celebration of the hard work of 16 students. The work spans across six disciplines: photography,...

Scott Watkins, piano, Marguerite Richardson, violin, and Shannon Lockwood, cello, perform “Trout” Quintet in Terry Concert Hall.

A quintet in Terry

April 2, 2014

On Thursday, March 27, the division of music presented a Quintet in A major Trout. Performers Marguerite Richardson, violin, Peter Dutilly, viola, Shannon...

Matthew Groe, Ph.D., associate professor of philosophy, discusses the different perceptions in

JU faculty discuss “truth”

March 5, 2014

The term “truth” can be defined many ways according to each person, even Jacksonville University professors. Six professors from the College Arts...

JU students model fashion trends in the BSU

“Rip the Runway 2K14”

March 5, 2014

It was a "Night Amongst Royalty"  Feb. 28 as the Black Student Union hosted its first annual fashion show, titled "Rip the Runway 2K14: A Night Amongst...

Students of the Qingdao University in Chinaplay before the JU crowd Feb. 26.

An instrumental spirit

March 5, 2014

On Wednesday Feb. 26 Jacksonville University hosted a special group of talented musicians. The Qingdao University traversed through international trave...

The seventh annual piano studio class recital took place Mar. 2 in Terry Concert Hall.

American rhythm

March 5, 2014

On March 2, The Jacksonville University division of music presented the seventh annual piano studio class recital from the American Music Symposium and...

Actress and comedian Charlyne Yi performs for students

adviser, Staff Writer

February 7, 2014

“What’s the difference between a man and a dog? Nothing. They both crap on the carpet.” This was one of a series of jokes that comedian Charlyne Yi used to entertain an audience of smiling students during her performance at Jacksonville University on Wednesday, Feb. 5 at 7p.m. in the Terry Concert Hall. Over fifty students, faculty and staff watched Yi’s performance,...

Dance students prepare for class.

JU dancers take on spring semester

February 5, 2014

As the end of the semester nears, Jacksonville University dancers must find their footing across a delicate balance of performance and academia, working...

Amalia Galdona carving out a sculpted head.

Student Artist Profile: Amalia Galdona

February 5, 2014

Amalia Galdona, sophomore sculpture major, was born and raised in a colonial town called Santa Clara in Cuba. Growing up she was constantly surrounded...

Albuliwi discusses film in a lecture

“Peace After Marriage”

February 5, 2014

The New York Times, Variety, Jerusalem Post and Haaretz have praised “Peace after Marriage,” a $1 million Turkish-French-American production whose...

JU to host actress and comedian Charlyne Yi on Feb 5

adviser, Staff Writer

February 3, 2014

Actress. Comedian. Musician. Artist. Writer. On Feb. 5 Jacksonville University will host comedian Charlyne Yi in the Terry Concert Hall. A woman of many talents; Yi began her career as a comedian, making her debut in the hit 2007 comedy “Knocked Up.” Yi can also be seen in the 2004-2012 Fox series “House” and 2012 comedy “This is 40.” In 2009, she wrote,...

Fine Arts Preview: The Semester's Closing Acts

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October 24, 2013

The College of Fine Arts will be buzzing with a full schedule of events as the curtains draw on the fall 2013 semester. Each week audiences can expect an array of events showcasing the best talent the JU students and faculty have to offer. The Art of the Clarinet,, Terry Concert Hall, 
Nov. 3 at 3 p.m. The Jacksonville Symphony clarinet section will perform a program of...

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