Dolphin Media

JU RAs seek to help

JU RAs seek to help

March 28, 2018

JACKSONVILLE, Fla.— College is a time of transition and living independently. For some students, this is their first time living on their own, and...

International Sorority Badge Day

International Sorority Badge Day

March 28, 2018

JACKSONVILLE, Fla.– So far, 2018 has been an empowering year for females across the board. The International Sorority Badge Day, started by the national...

FC Dolphins put in work on the field

Jezabel Rosa, Contributing Writer

March 28, 2018

Filed under News, Soccer, Sports, Uncategorized

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – To determine if you are good enough to join a sports team, there is a long and lengthy process and, in the end, it still might not be enough to land a spot on the roster. Now, Jacksonville University is offering an alternative to this. In the fall of 2016, after not being able to make it onto the JU varsity soccer team, Ngog-Nliba Balenla Ba Nguimbous...

Rowing Center Renovations

Xavier Aniton, Contributing Writer

March 9, 2018

Filed under News

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - In the fall of 2017, Hurricane Irma hit Jacksonville, leaving a trail of damages estimated to cost over $85 million. At Jacksonville University the effects of Hurricane Irma were felt too. Arguably, the area that sustained the most damage was the Negaard Rowing Center. Clint Calixte, sophomore at JU, assures that flooding was mostly responsible of...

Nursing Program Nationally Recognized

Nursing Program Nationally Recognized

February 23, 2018

JACKSONVILLE, Fla.— Earning a graduate degree from the comfort of your living room may sound a bit outlandish. But it is possible. In fact, not...

Aviva Chomsky discusses current latin American issues

Aviva Chomsky discusses current latin American issues

November 11, 2017

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – On Nov. 2, the Division of Humanities hosted an event where Aviva Chomsky, a noted historian, activist, and Latin America specialist,...

Former student seeks to help Jacksonville Veterans

Former student seeks to help Jacksonville Veterans

November 11, 2017

JACKSONVILLE, Fla.­­­­­­­––As the flag rose they stood silently, their eyes glistened with gratification, each story told by the medals on th...

Apple launches iPhone X

Apple launches iPhone X

November 11, 2017

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The iPhone X, also known as the “Ten,” is finally here, but is it one of Apple’s most innovative creations or just another...

Career Expo

Career Expo

October 20, 2017

JACKSONVILLE, Fla.— You have probably read about, seen the flyer, or even received an email notification about the Career Expo. Although all students...

Dolphin Highlight: JU’s 2017 Presidential Fellows

Dolphin Highlight: JU’s 2017 Presidential Fellows

October 20, 2017

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- If you are enrolled at Jacksonville University, then there is one man you are sure to know: President Tim Cost. Whether your encounters...

Safety from Matthew

Safety from Matthew

November 1, 2016

During the week of Oct. 3 Hurricane Matthew slowly came towards the east coast of Florida. The strength of the storm and path left a lot of uncertainty. For students living hundreds of miles away fr...

Hurricane Matthew

Gabriela Lovera

November 1, 2016

Filed under Archive, News, Showcase

The wind sped up and the rain intensified as Matthew closed in. Formed in late September as the result of a tropical wave that originated along the African coast, Hurricane Matthew surged into the Atlantic Ocean after gathering speed and strength in the Eastern Caribbean. Labeled as a Category 3 hurricane and characterized by its sustained winds of 111 to 129 mph, Ma...

The student news site of Jacksonville University.
News