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JUSA President Adam Keller picked for national College Debate 2016

As the moderators pepper Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump with questions this fall in their historic presidential debates, Adam Keller will be watching with much more interest than the casual observer. That’s because the JU Student Alliance President may have …

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Renewed partnership with IEP will streamline Education Abroad process

Through a renewed collaborative partnership with International Educations Programs (IEP), Education Abroad programs will offer faculty streamlined services for ”one stop shopping.”

With the goal of expanding education abroad opportunities, IEP will provide services to include: education abroad office management, …

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From idea to reality, public relations agency comes to life with Phin Comm

What started as a communications curriculum need, has blossomed in to a full-fledged, small public relations agency providing students practical experience and course credit.

Phin Communications, a student-led agency, was launched during the 2016 spring semester giving students hands-on experience …

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Public Policy Institute welcomes Libertarian Vice Presidential candidate Gov. Bill Weld for “Jacksonville Town Hall” Thursday

Libertarian Vice Presidential candidate and former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld will take questions from the public Thursday, Sept. 22, in a “Jacksonville Town Hall” (#JUvotes) hosted by the JU Public Policy Institute. PPI master’s students will also engage in …

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Your memories (on film) needed: TV producer Frank Pace ’73 making documentary on famed ’69-’70 Dolphins team

You might say Frank Pace is finally getting to realize his own “Hoop Dream.”

The 1973 JU graduate and Distinguished Alumnus, an Emmy Award-winning Los Angeles-based producer with more than 700 TV episodes to his credit, is producing the full …

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Unrivaled: debates hosted by Public Policy Institute and WJXT were historic in scope

Look up the word debate online and you’ll find a number of definitions that offer a variation on the same theme: disagreement.

“A discussion between people in which they express different opinions about something.” “A contention by words or arguments.” …

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Largest incoming Honors class setting up for Honors Program Orientation

The largest incoming class of honors students will be in for an exciting upcoming weekend as they head out for the annual Honors Orientation Friday, but the 80 or so freshmen have no idea where they are going.

“They won’t …

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