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Bryan's Daily Chicago Blog: Day Two

snoadmin

November 3, 2012

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Day Two involved a lot more sessions and a lot less adventure. But that’s what we are here for, we are here to learn. And learn I did. Starting at 9:00 am I attended sessions until 3:30, when we left to visit the Art Institute of Chicago. After eating breakfast at Mary’s Café ( a lovely local spot I have frequented several times already) I learned design tricks (dropcaps),...

Misha's Chicago Adventure- Part Deux

snoadmin

November 2, 2012

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The Art of the Windy City (Nov. 1) I visited the Art Institute of Chicago for the first time yesterday. I was in my zone surrounded by art work I had studied about in my humanities classes. The museum was so interesting in fact that I forgot to pick up my coat before the museum closed. The restaurant we had dinner in stayed open, but since I had forgotten to pick up my coat,...

Keeping up with Courtney:Adventures in Chicago, Day 1

snoadmin

November 2, 2012

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10/31/12 Having never been off the east coast, I was excited to experience something new and different. When we landed in Chicago Tuesday  night all I could say was wow. I felt like a small child seeing a big building or an amusement park for the first time. Eyes lit up. Mouth hung open. Constantly shoving whoever who was sitting next to me and pointing at something new. It’s...

Bryan’s Chicago Daily Blog: Day 1

snoadmin

November 1, 2012

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As we arrived in Chicago, flying over the city as it’s lighted cityscape painted parallel grid of yellow glory, I couldn’t help but think that we’ve arrived in a place much different from home. I have been to Chicago before. But I’ve been as a high school student, not as an adult though, with the option to wander. And wander I did on my first day, waking up early to...

Tiny Tina, Big City: Chicago Escapade Day One

snoadmin

October 31, 2012

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Flying into Chicago at night was like nose diving into a sea of stars. The pitch black stretch of earth was spattered with dots of flickering incandescence. It was beautiful. This was the first time in my life I have ever been to such a big city. Being from the cow-pasture strewn, woodsy town of Middleburg, FL this was different. Jacksonville stretches over a lot of space,...

Misha's Chicago Adventure: Day 1

snoadmin

October 31, 2012

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Halloween In The Windy City The Windy City always been good to me. The architecture of Chicago is unique and unlike any I have seen before. It is the first American city I saw when I came here for my university. My friends and I from the Navigator came to the conclusion that it reminds us of Gotham City. As luck would have it we did see Batman and Robin paddle boating down...

Letter To The Editor From Jairid Pacileo:Speaker/Educational Coordinator for Dolphin Productions

snoadmin

October 17, 2012

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Last issue’s “Captain’s Corner” brought up a very significant issue at Jacksonville University: student participation. Or rather lack thereof. Whether it is for Homecoming, a sports game or just some random weekly event, participation here is almost nonexistent. I used to blame it on the university. Now I know the blame falls on its students; I didn’t blame myself...

Captain's Corner: Don't Stress, Relax

snoadmin

October 17, 2012

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I was once like you. How was I like you, you ask? I was busy, extremely busy. I had about a million things going on, and I was so stressed out I couldn’t find time to eat or sleep. If I have to completely truthful, I still have trouble finding time. We are all stressed out, with too many meetings and too much homework and not enough time to hang out with our friends. At...

A la Mode: Must-Haves

snoadmin

October 17, 2012

Filed under Archive, Arts & Entertainment, Editorial

Last week we talked about fashion week, and how new trends appear each season. Fashion is constantly changing; so much to the point where I don’t even know if the majority takes it as a fortunate or unfortunate thing. As Fashionistas, we have the obligation to be at the top of our game at every moment. Knowing the trends that come and go is part of our daily task. It can be rea...

Thrill the World Brings Zombies to Jacksonville

October 11, 2012

There will come a day when resurrection will reverberate through the streets. A familiar song will ring in the ears of the public. The world will be in unison and the ...

Captain's Corner: Welcome to Homecoming

snoadmin

October 3, 2012

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As you may or may not have noticed, last week was Homecoming. You may have also noticed that this is our special Homecoming edition. In these pages you will find several photospreads of the different events held on campus. What these pictures won’t tell you is that it is mostly a Greek-fest. I’ll come back to that. I love Homecoming. Everybody should love Homecoming. It...

Captain's Corner: Consistency is Key

snoadmin

September 19, 2012

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My dear friends, colleagues and readers. Today is one of the most important days of my semester. This is the first print issue of the 12-issue run of the 2012-2013 Navigator. I have taken over from two previous Editors-in-chief who raised the standards more than I think anyone could have hoped for. They poured their hearts and souls into this paper, and it shows. In 2010 we ...

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