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“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,...

Dolphin veterans given a new home

Dolphin veterans given a new home

April 2, 2014

Jacksonville University has increasingly shown its respect for military veterans within the past year. Continuing that pattern, JU dedicated the Defenders’...

“The Dolphin Pitch” set for April 17

adviser, Editor-In-Chief

April 1, 2014

Imagine. Standing before a panel of judges, heart pounding. One’s dreams, with all of the work and preparation, about to be presented to a panel of judges in three powerpoint slides and a maximum of three minutes. This is exactly what students that participate in the first Jacksonville University “Dolphin Pitch” will have to go through as they present their entrepreneurial...

Educating the legacy of heroes

Educating the legacy of heroes

March 5, 2014

On Feb. 28, Jacksonville University's President Tim Cost signed an agreement making JU the country’s first Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation partner...

An equestrian presence

An equestrian presence

March 5, 2014

On Thursday, Feb. 13, the Horse Lover’s Valentines Gathering brought together equine enthusiasts on the second floor conference room in the Gooding Building....

CDC hosts week long series of events preparing students for “Career Expo”

Brittani Wyskocil, Staff Writer

March 2, 2014

In preparation for the Career Expo on Feb. 26, the Jacksonville University Career Development Center spent the week prior convincing students to, “Prep Yourself Before You Wreck Yourself.” Events occurred throughout the week with a different topic each day, for example a resume day, a dress for success day and a practice your handshake day. “It was really helpful...

“A Taste of Soul”

adviser, Staff Writer

March 2, 2014

A spread of macaroni and cheese, fried chicken, corn bread, greens and sweet potatoes awaited culture hungry students in the Oak Hall Multipurpose room Feb. 23, during the Jacksonville University Black Student Union's A Taste of Soul - Soul Food Dinner. Those who attended also had the opportunity to team up for the game, "Motown to Your Town" which involved teams to listen...

JU students participate in the “Art of an Athlete” program

adviser, News Editor

March 2, 2014

The Olympics aren’t over. The Special Olympics Florida-Duval County will be held at Atlantic Coast High School on March 8, but planning and preparations have been on-going. As a year-round sports training and competition organization, the Special Olympics in Duval County is important to the local community, said to Michelle Jacobs, Director of Special Olympics Florida-Duval...

Naming the Riverhouse pub

Brittani Wyskocil, Staff Writer

February 24, 2014

President Tim Cost continues to shed his vision of the St. John’s Riverfront, a staple of Jacksonville University’s campus. Michael Howland, Chief Strategic Relations Officer, approached Cost with a goal to receive 50 donations from 50 alumni at $5,000 to fund a pub in the newly renovated Riverhouse, also known as the “50 Fins” Campaign. With a few weeks left...

JUSA election results are in

JUSA election results are in

February 15, 2014

The Jacksonville University Student Alliance has released election results for the organization's next president, vice-president, and department chairs. As...

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