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St. Johns River Month a Hidden Treasure

April 3, 2013

The time for Spring cleaning is here again and Jacksonville Mayor Alvin Brown and the St. Johns River Keeper got in the mood when Mayor Brown proclaimed last month as St. Johns...

Florida Georgia Line 'Cruises' through JU

snoadmin

March 13, 2013

The roar of the crowd invades their ears as they stand with the rest of the band, linked together, shoulder to shoulder. The words of prayer and encouragement are barely heard over the thumping crowd yelling out their name, but Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard continue to get their band pumped for the performance. With hands all in, one last chant is yelled at the top of their lungs ...

Great White Shark Caught off the Coast of Jacksonville

snoadmin

March 13, 2013

One of the many traits that make Jacksonville University unique and attractive is its sheer proximity to the beach. Students come from all around the world to receive their education in sunny Florida, while spending their free time splashing in the blue waves of the sugared sand beaches. As many students in the marine science program here can tell you, those blue waves hold ...

Nellie Turns 60, Maybe

snoadmin

March 13, 2013

She met Van Gogh at the end of his life. He was ugly. He was an alcoholic. At 119 years old, Jeanne Calment (1875-1997) spoke in French to an interviewer from 'Provence' that she had seen everything. She outlived her parents and grandparents and stayed strong until she was 122. To the nations, Calment was a miracle. It was not every day that populations could marvel at a ...

Center Stage! JU Orchestra Concert

snoadmin

March 13, 2013

On the evening of March 5, Terry Concert Hall was filled with patrons waiting to hear JU’s own symphony orchestra perform a variety of pieces that featured soloists being supported by the wall of sound that is created by symphonic music. The evening began with Anthony Anurca, JSO bassoonist and JU faculty member, playing Concerto for Bassoon in E minor by Antonio Vivald...

Generation to Generation: An Interactive Tale

snoadmin

March 13, 2013

By ascending the elevator of a historic downtown skyscraper on March 6, 7 and 8, attendees of the Jacksonville University College of Fine Arts’ collaborative production entitled "Generations," were transferred through reality and time into a carefully-crafted narrative world. Held inside a two-storied labyrinth of interactive scenery, the show used a concoction of the...

Anderson Shines Again, Dolphins Drop Two of Three

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March 6, 2013

Another weekend series has come and gone and again Chris Anderson was the Dolphins bright spot of the three-game set against the TCU Horned Frogs. In the first game Friday, JU sent their ace to the mound and he delivered. Anderson struck out 13 batters, pitching a complete game and allowing just one earned run as JU won 5-3. The Dolphins received a solo home run in the fir...

Pianos, Arpeggios and Moving Bass Lines

snoadmin

March 6, 2013

The recital began with Serenade in G major by Mozart, played by two piano duos of DA students. The piece is easily recognizeable and the eight hands working at the two pianos gave it an extra power to it’s natural upbeat and moving tempo. Next came two marches by Mozart played by Grace Han, who accentuated the contrast between the two with the first consisting of stron...

JU falls to Ohio St, Penn St Knocks Off Denver at Moe's Classic

February 20, 2013

“Welcome to Moe’s!” The 2013 Moe’s Southwest Grill Classic that is. This past Sunday, EverBank Field hosted the third annual lacrosse classic. Participating ...

2,400 Years of Theology

February 12, 2013

Dr. Jessica Wolfe from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, transported the students in the Gooding auditorium to a land more than 2,400 years before their ti...

First-Half Blues Plague the Lady Dolphins

February 6, 2013

The Jacksonville University women's basketball team struggled through another pair of games this past weekend, losing to the Florida Gulf Coast University Eagles (17-5,...

Dolphins Split Homestand with Two Hard Fought Battles

February 6, 2013

The Dolphins men’s basketball team returned to the friendly confines of the historic Swisher Gymnasium in a tie for first place in the Atlantic Sun. JU was set to host ...

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