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No More Secrets

No More Secrets

January 21, 2016

The words were anonymous. The words were there. They were written on cards and pinned to the outside of a black tent. No secrets were kept inside. On...

“All my love as you go out and make the world better”

“All my love as you go out and make the world better”

January 21, 2016

Three students reflect on Kinne's closing words

Jacksonville nonprofit hosts summit for community

Jacksonville nonprofit hosts summit for community

January 21, 2016

On Jan. 16 at the One Love Christian Center, All I Know Incorporated, a nonprofit in Jacksonville focused on resources for youth and families, hosted the...

Local Lowdown

Local Lowdown

January 21, 2016

When customers walk up to one of the nine, soon to be 10, Metro Diner locations, they are greeted by the phrase “Where the Locals Eat” on the door....

Student trades resolutions for goals

Student trades resolutions for goals

January 21, 2016

If the 2016 New Year's resolution makers have been consistent with 2015 statistics, then approximately 30 percent of people who made a New Year's resolution...

Pageant

Pageant

October 26, 2015

On Oct. 7 at Terry Concert Hall from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., eight contestants competed to be in the final four of Miss Dolphina and Big Man on Campus. The ...

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...

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...

The View Across the River Part 2

October 19, 2015

Filed under Archive, Features

“It’s an eight, guys!”   An eight. The pain level was just two points away from a perfect 10. They tried to move her. She thought she was going to pass out.   It’s not like she did anything reckless. She didn’t do anything to warrant the sesamoid stress fracture, and a dislocated big toe was not on the itinerary. But there was a pool. ...

Campus joins 28 colleges for Exercise is Medicine certification

Dakota Rohlin, Contributing Writer

October 19, 2015

Filed under Archive, Features

Jacksonville University is taking on a new role as an Exercise is Medicine (EIM) campus starting this fall. With the help of the kinesiology and recreation departments on campus, the university will join 28 other campuses nationwide in gaining this certification. The new distinction will offer students, faculty and staff members at JU a number of opportunities to embrace h...

Duval works to eliminate racial bias in gifted programs

Duval works to eliminate racial bias in gifted programs

October 19, 2015

America’s culture is ever changing, and so must its gifted student programs. This the growing opinion of many employees of the Duval County Public School...

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