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Pieces, Paintings and Playntings

October 29, 2014

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At Jacksonville University, students often have opportunities to see their professors outside of the classroom active in their crafts and demonstrating how the subjects they teach can become a career. Oct. 25, students were able to see Tiffany Leach, assistant professor of visual arts, and Lily Kuonen, assistant professor of 2D art, in their element at the fall Open Studio Night ...

“Should Jacksonville University Become a Tobacco-Free Campus?”

“Should Jacksonville University Become a Tobacco-Free Campus?”

October 14, 2014

Years in discussion, a hotly debated question concerning the future of JU's campus has made it to the polls. "Should Jacksonville University become...

New Provost Settles into JU

October 13, 2014

From her sun-splashed office on the third floor of the Howard building, Wenying Xu, Ph.D., can see a brilliant new Jacksonville University. The freshman...

“Embody That Excellence”

“Embody That Excellence”

September 18, 2014

Countless books have been written on how to be a good leader. People are constantly looking up quotes about leadership on the Internet, thinking they will...

JU Athletics Appoints New Leader

JU Athletics Appoints New Leader

September 18, 2014

Every university endures the shuffling of different coaches, administrators and staff. It’s inevitable. People leave for personal reasons, they find...

College of Health Sciences Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Draws Hundreds of Supporters

College of Health Sciences Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Draws Hundreds of Supporters

September 10, 2014

Shortly after sunrise on Thursday, Sept. 4, hundreds of community leaders, faculty members and students gathered in front of the College of Health Sciences...

JU Celebrates 80 Years at Renovated River House

Courtney Jimenez

April 24, 2014

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Eighty years marks a milestone at Jacksonville University and with that milestone comes renovations, new buildings and a toast to celebrate the past and future that is JU. On April 16, students and alumni gathered at 6 p.m. to celebrate the past 80 years of the university. The gathering took place at the newly renovated River House, where food and beer, samples of what is...

JU Broadcasters Win Prestigious AP Awards

adviser, Staff Writer

April 19, 2014

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The Jacksonville University broadcasting division of the communications department has a long-standing tradition of winning Associated Press awards, and this year was no exception. Winter 2013 alumna Sarah Mecklenburg and sophomore Hayley Muley represented JU by winning prestigious awards at the 2014 Florida Associated Press Broadcast Awards Mar. 22 in Orlando. Both communication...

First Ever JU Water Taxi Finds Success on the St. Johns

First Ever JU Water Taxi Finds Success on the St. Johns

April 10, 2014

Almost simultaneously, a boatful of Jacksonville University students, faculty and staff jumped. Dressed in springtime clothes and sunglasses, they peered...

“GradNation”

“GradNation”

April 10, 2014

The pitter-patter of little steps flooded the auditorium as the young students from “Kingdom Kids” approached the stage, singing at the top of their...

Caring in the midst of construction

Caring in the midst of construction

April 2, 2014

Jacksonville University’s Student Counseling Center has been helping students since they opened their doors behind the Sam Marks Chapel in the Annex....

Teaching children to follow the music

Teaching children to follow the music

April 2, 2014

Student peers and faculty often wonder what happens to students after they have graduated from Jacksonville University. Most of the time they get jobs,...

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