Dolphin Media

Currents at DCOB

The Navigator

November 2, 2010

Filed under Archive, Features

If you’re looking for some good Starbucks coffee and don’t want to wait in a long line for a convenient snack, sandwich or salad, look no further. Currents is a café that serves all of the wonderful brewed coffee drinks that you find at your local Starbucks. It is conveniently located in the DCOB Building of Jacksonville University.  They are open Monday through Thursd...

Botts Offers Tricks and Treats

Botts Offers Tricks and Treats

November 2, 2010

Every year the residents of Botts Hall go head to head in a hall decorating competition around Halloween and invite all little trick-or-treaters in the neighborhood to stop by for...

Rae Goodwin Art Exhibit Opens

Lauren Tidwell

October 12, 2010

Filed under Archive, Features

Sculpture and performance artist Rae Goodwin’s show opened in the Phillips Fine Arts building on Oct. 7.  The installation was comprised of several components which all tied into each other. In her talk prior to the opening, Goodwin shared several of her installations and performances with us, some of which have still photos in the center room. She also explained in detail...

Noticing the Small Things

Ethan Wellhausen

October 11, 2010

Filed under Archive, Features

Employees of Jacksonville University were treated to a luncheon on Oct. 8 as they celebrated Employee Appreciation Day.  The Science Green was transformed into a venue for food, fun, and entertainment as employees flocked to enjoy the time dedicated to expressing gratitude. Upon arrival, music from “The Little Mermaid” and “Finding Nemo” could be heard, putting people in fest...

Wilma’s Little Peoples School

The Navigator

October 11, 2010

Filed under Archive, Features

On the north side of Jacksonville University, at the corner of University Oaks Drive and Alumni Drive is Wilma’s Little People’s School, a small child development center for children 2 to 4 years old. The mission statement of the school aptly describes its philosophy. The statement reads, “Each child has the right to have a developmentally appropriate education.” The scho...

Speaker Series Opens with Photojournalist Aimee Wiles

Lauren Tidwell

September 28, 2010

Filed under Archive, Features

In the Ross Theater on Thursday, Aimee Wiles spoke as part of the Humanities Speaker Series about her exciting career as a photojournalist. “You get one chance, one frame, to communicate what you want to say,” Wiles said, relaying unto her listeners the challenge of telling a story with one picture. One of the most important lessons she shared with listeners was to always be prepared....

Create Space in Your Dorm Room

Bryan Jones

September 14, 2010

Filed under Archive, Features

Another school year is upon us, and for the underclassmen along with some seniors, that means dorm rooms. Whether you are living in Oak, Williams, or Botts Hall, a few things are the same.  A couple of them would be the dreary walls and inadequate outlets. If you’re looking for a few ideas to help you out, these tips may help. The first thing you should do is pick up a...

Nellie Travels The Globe This Past Summer

Lauren Tidwell

September 8, 2010

Filed under Archive, Features

Studying abroad is a great way to experience a new way of life and expand your horizons. Most majors can earn anywhere from a semester’s worth of credit to a full year.  Also being abroad is a great way to take in or practice other languages and social practices. This summer International Education Programs (IEP) at Jacksonville University took JU students all over the...

The student news site of Jacksonville University.
Features