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Ted Spiker Lends Voice to JU Writers

April 10, 2012

Shouting out  Chad Ocho-Cinco in the middle of a lecture may not be an everyday occurrence, but when students are offered extra credit upon doing so, the cultural norms of ...

A Well-Deserved Spring Break

snoadmin

March 28, 2012

As the end of the school year draws near, hardworking and not so hardworking college students alike are rewarded with a reprieve from classes called spring break. During this short week with no classes or homework, students flood popular beach resort locations or head home to unwind. According to a US News & World Report, the 12 best spring break destinations are all beaches....

Political Science Society Debate

March 28, 2012

Politics, to the untrained eye, can be a large and menacing spider. Its legs are long and spindly; its body is bloated with ego and banded with purpose. All the while, the clashing c...

Spring Break Takes To Ecuador

March 28, 2012

Miles were falling beneath us as the speckled skyline of Miami faded into the setting sun. The earth seemed immense as our plane climbed higher into the air, leaving the growing g...

Initial Pro-Day for JU Athletes

March 26, 2012

Some kids dream of running into raging infernos and forcing the elements of fire and water into epic battles for the live of the innocent. Others envision themselves on the...

Sand Volleyball

snoadmin

March 13, 2012

The Jacksonville University Women’s Sand Volleyball team took to the court March 9 for their inaugural match against the University of North Florida. Back in the spring of 2011, JU approved Sand Volleyball as a varsity sport. Later that year, they were added to the Atlantic Sun Conference for the upcoming season. Friday, all the hard work came full circle as the sand volleyball team ...

"Hot off the Press"

snoadmin

March 13, 2012

The cello players got seated as the audience members got comfortable. Violinists got ready to play as the concertmaster, Ronald Samuel Lagarde, took a bow before leading the orchestra into the final tuning session. The Composers' Concert was about to begin. "Hot off the Press" Composers's Concert took place March 6 at 7:30 p.m. in Terry Concert Hall. The concert consisted...

A New Attraction at the Zoo: Butterfly Hollow

snoadmin

March 13, 2012

At the Jacksonville Zoo, just past the Asian Bamboo Gardens at the river's edge there is a winding path weaving around large painted mushrooms and colorful faerie circles. At the end of this path stands a white tent, unimposing and unimpressive at first glance. Once the unsuspecting visitor passes through the thick plastic strips that serve as doors to the tent however, he or she wi...

Hoopin’ for Humanity

snoadmin

March 12, 2012

Contagious giggles spread from person to person as bright eyes took in the sight of the many colored hula hoops spinning and twirling though the air. Laughter traveled across the Dolphin Green as participants, with faces flushed from the cool breeze, picked up hoops to join in on the fun. “Hoopin’ for Humanity,” a hoop-a-thon to raise money for an organization called S...

AIDS Memorial Quilt

March 6, 2012

Jacksonville University will be hosting The AIDS Memorial Quilt, which is kept by the NAMES Project Foundation whose mission, according to aidsquilt.org, is to “prese...

Paddleboarding on the Riverfront

March 6, 2012

Looking out over the river from the Dolphin Green it is sometimes possible to see dolphins playing around. This past week, it was possible to see Dolphins splashing around i...

WLAX Detroit Unable to Bail Out versus Fins

March 5, 2012

The JU women's Lacrosse team exploded for 20 goals on their way to a 20-5 victory over Detroit in their National Lacrosse Conference opener. Freshman Holly Ventimigl...

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