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The Panhandle Project:

The Panhandle Project:

April 9, 2019

JACKSONVILLE, Fla.— Students go from hitting the books to hitting the nails during spring break. The Panhandle Project, a nonprofit volunteer opportunity...

STEP raises puppies with a purpose

STEP raises puppies with a purpose

April 9, 2019

Service dog Training Education Program  JACKSONVILLE, Fla.— With passion, anyone can raise exceptional dogs for exceptional people. In 2014, ...

Rural gems: Way down yonder in Chattahoochee

Rural gems: Way down yonder in Chattahoochee

April 9, 2019

JACKSONVILLE, Fla.— Alan Jackson may not have been singing about this small Florida town when he sang his hit "Chattahoochee," but nevertheless, this...

Increase in local crimes prompts campus safety

Increase in local crimes prompts campus safety

March 25, 2019

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -“R.I.P Martin. You were such a bright smile. You will be missed.” This message, along with a picture of 55-year-old gas station...

Rural Gems: Just a “Two-Egg” Town

Rural Gems: Just a “Two-Egg” Town

March 25, 2019

JACKSONVILLE, Fla.— Nestled on the intersection of State Road 69 and State Road 69A, not far from the Chattahoochee River, is a town consisting of little...

A glimpse into the past: time capsule discovered in former Jacksonville City Hall

A glimpse into the past: time capsule discovered in former Jacksonville City Hall

February 27, 2019

JACKSONVILLE, Fla, — Imagine if teenagers would still think fidget spinners are cool in 2079. Time waits for no one. In a blink of an eye, all...

Bestselling authors expected at Jax Book Fest

Bestselling authors expected at Jax Book Fest

February 27, 2019

JACKSONVILE, Fla.­­­­-- “Readers Beware, You’re in for a Scare,” is a slogan that so many can remember seeing when they first opened up a book...

Ratio Christi holds lecture on science and faith

Ratio Christi holds lecture on science and faith

February 5, 2019

JACKSONVILLE, Fla.— Tuesday, Jan. 29, Ratio Christi held their first event of the semester in Reid auditorium. The event took the form of a lecture, giv...

Midterms leaves students running for the polls

Hannah Murray, Staff Writer

October 28, 2018

Filed under In The Community, News

JACKSONVILLE, Fla.— As students at Jacksonville University conquer midterm exams, there is another type of midterm coming just around the corner. Midterm elections will take place on Nov. 6, with early voting running from Oct. 22 through Nov. 4. The Florida election will determine who will hold the positions of state governor, state Cabinet, legislators, local representatives,...

Salt Life Festival offers an escape

Kamia Addison, Staff Writer

March 29, 2018

Filed under In The Community, News

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Many Jacksonville residents have heard of the brand name “Salt Life”, but are not quite sure what it is. Recently, Salt Life hosted a festival to not only get its name out into the community but to give back to the community, too. Salt Life's brand was created in 2003 by four friends from Jacksonville Beach who loved ocean-related activities....

Riverside Arts Market delights locals

Riverside Arts Market delights locals

March 28, 2018

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Every Saturday morning beneath the Fuller Warren Bridge, crowds trickle among the booths and food trucks scattered throughout the...

Bortles Still Learning, Fans Still Suffering

Patrick Wilkins, Sports Editor

October 29, 2014

Filed under Archive, Football, In The Community, News, Sports

Jaguars’ fans knew that the growing pains of a rookie quarterback would be tough to watch, but they didn’t know that it was going to be this tough. Jaguars’ fans were not pleased as they watched the home team from Jacksonville lose to the Miami Dolphins 24-13 on Oct. 26. Just a week after the team’s first win of the season against the Cleveland Browns on Oct. 19,...

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