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Britney Broussard, Guest Columnist

October 29, 2014

Filed under Archive, Editorial

Writing was always an outlet, a way to express my feelings through poetry. I never thought that writing could lead to a successful career. Ted Simendinger, a guest speaker in my English Exposition class, changed that perception after he described how he made a career out of writing. Ted is also a well-known author of novels such as "12 Miles to Paradise" and "Jurassic Trout:...

The Lovely One

Lovely Valbrun, Staff Writer

October 29, 2014

Filed under Archive, Editorial

A-Line: slightly touching hips and thighs, broader at the hem, narrow on top to make it look like an “A” Circle: made in a circular shape. It’s very fitting at the waist, and flows away from the hips. Made with lightweight fabric. Accordion: a skirt with narrow pleats. It can be a circle skirt with pressed-in ridges or edge-stitching. Knife Pleated: skirt with...

Fall Fest Concert Review

Lovely Valbrun, Staff Writer

October 29, 2014

Filed under Archive, Arts & Entertainment, Editorial

Let’s just start by giving Dolphin Productions a round of applause. They pulled off something for the history books this year. If for some reason you were living under a rock for the last month and a half, Jacksonville University hosted JoJo and Mario on Oct.16! Shocked? Here’s a moment of silence to contain your emotions for missing out on a great night. You’re we...

The Lovely One Fashion Column

The Lovely One Fashion Column

October 14, 2014

There’s this weird misconception that Florida is the Sunshine State. Don’t know who started that rumor, but it is false. It rains. And when it, rains...

The Oldest Enemy of Civilization

The Oldest Enemy of Civilization

October 14, 2014

A few years ago, in Lewisburg, Tennessee, a neighborhood group protested because the public library was investing resources in the purchase of books in...

JUSA Voice

Cody Foxwell, JUSA Director of Programming, Guest Columnist

October 13, 2014

Filed under Archive, Editorial

The Jacksonville University Student Alliance has had a great start to the semester. I would first like to congratulate all of our new representatives for winning their respected positions. First Year Student Reps are Blakeley Barnett and Edward Agyemang-Gyau. Athletics Reps are Sable Lee and Neicy Smith. The South Campus Rep is Brianna Audet. Commuter Rep is Emmie Henry. North ...

Thoughts Dreams, and Coffee Rings

Thoughts Dreams, and Coffee Rings

October 13, 2014

As the semester begins to settle into a steady rhythm, and I move closer to graduation, I have found that conversations about the Real World have made...

JUSA Column

Christina Kelso, Guest Columnist, Guest Columnist, Guest Columnist, Guest Columnist, Guest Columnist

September 18, 2014

Filed under Archive, Editorial

For starters, I would like to personally welcome back all members of the Jacksonville University community, especially all the new students! My name is MacKenzie Sanchez and I have the honored privilege to serve as the Director of Student Affairs for the Jacksonville University Student Alliance. I am a senior in marine science and engineering. I have been involved in numerous...

The Lovely One

Lovely Valbrun, Staff Columnist

September 18, 2014

Filed under Archive, Arts & Entertainment, Editorial

  "Trendy is the last stage before tacky." - Karl Lagerfeld Maybe Mr. Lagerfeld was onto something when he said that, or maybe he spilled his latte before the interview. There are a million possibilities as to why but, as the Creative Director of Chanel, he can say whatever he wants! There are four seasons, and with every season fashion changes. Certain thing...

A Voice Unheard

Madelyn Woods, Guest Columnist

September 18, 2014

Filed under Archive, Editorial

Jacksonville University has long been known as an outstanding institution. It has numerous financial aid options, an amazing student to teacher ratio, and a wide variety of programs, many of them nationally recognized. The school is also expanding. In the past four years they have introduced new masters programs in public policy, marine science, and speech pathology. Given...

Thoughts, Dreams and Coffee Rings

Thoughts, Dreams and Coffee Rings

September 18, 2014

“Why do you want to be a journalist?” It’s a natural question that has echoed in the voices around me from the moment I chose to enroll in Jacksonville...

Christina Kelso ’15, Editor-in-Chief

Christina Kelso ’15, Editor-in-Chief

August 27, 2014

To those of you who are new to this institution, welcome to Jacksonville University. My name is Christina Kelso and I am honored to introduce myself...

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