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Anjali, Myrtle & Mary: A Daughter’s Passion for the Ocean

Originally published in the Spring 2017 issue of WAVE Magazine.
By Lilla Ross
Photo by Cassie Elmore ’18

It all started with Myrtle the Turtle.

Watching the 500-pound green sea turtle swim around her tank is Anjali Bhardwaj’s earliest memory

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Baseball Head Coach Chris Hayes Proves You Can Come Home Again

Originally published in the Spring 2017 issue of WAVE magazine.
By Don Coble

A perfect day starts for Chris Hayes when he arrives at John Sessions Stadium long before the morning dew has been erased by “perfect weather, not a

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Catching up with Marjorie S. Holt ’45

The first Republican woman elected to Congress from Maryland, the Honorable Marjorie Sewell Holt, has fulfilled many roles, including great-great-grandmother and Jacksonville University alumna. Even in its seminal days, JU sparked lifelong passions and encouraged students to be fearless. At

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Where Public Policy Matters: JU Shapes Future Leaders & Florida Politics

Originally published in the Spring 2017 issue of WAVE magazine.
By Sheri Webber

On Ryan Bass’ first day at work, protesters occupied the sidewalks outside and the phone rang with persistence.

Congressman John Rutherford, representing the Fourth District of Florida, …

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Following Fran through the war years

Taiping Road, Hankow, 1908

By Sheri Webber

“What can I do? I want to help.” Those were the words of 22-year old Frances Bartlett to U.S. Representative Paul Cunningham in a 1939 letter. Cunningham had served during World War I and knew her family …

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“American … Go Home!” How Fran Kinne’s mettle overseas helped her become the “Frau Doktor”

Originally published in the Spring 2017 issue of WAVE Magazine.
By Phillip Milano

It’s hard to picture Fran Kinne rattled.

After all, in her century on the planet, she’s forged ahead boldly on numerous improbable-yet-successful projects, presided over a growing …

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