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Nine Years After His Death, King of Pop Impacts JU Vocalist

It’s the summer of 1984. The crowds in Jacksonville totaled 45,000 during Michael Jackson’s Victory Tour. Jacksonville University (JU) freshman Cyriac Adjevi-Neglokpe missed that concert. He hadn’t been born yet.

Picture the moment. Thirty-four years ago. Thousands of Jackson …

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MARKET LIFE: Don’t Make Excuses

 

By Dr. Don Capener

Do you want to become a great leader? Then don’t make excuses.

My goal in writing today’s article is to inspire you to become a truly great leader in 2019, and the first thing great …

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Photographer, Educator, Professional Ballerina & JU MFA Student Marcia Brito Wows MOSH Guests

Jacksonville University student Marcia Brito currently has an exhibit at the Jacksonville’s Museum of Science & History (MOSH) with this week’s closing reception for “The Photographic Abstractions” on Friday, January 11, 2019, from 6 to 8 pm.

The main concept …

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RIVER LIFE: The Best Time to Act

(originally published Tues., Jan. 1, 2019, Florida Times-Union)

By Dr. A. Quinton White

Happy New Year! Some of you may have noticed that River Life has moved from the last Friday of the month to the first Tuesday in the

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On the Front Lines: JU Davis College of Business Tokyo-Waseda Experience

By Natasha Ubani

Akemashite Omedetou gozaimasu minna-san! (Happy new year everyone!)

Last time, you all wished me success in deciphering Kanji as we all expectantly waited for Winter Break. Now, with the festivities behind us and school about to resume, …

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HEALTHY LIFE: Why Children Act This Way

By Sandra Brown, PhD, OTR/L, BCP, BCBA

Nursed to Health, a recurring feature in The Florida Times-Union, has a new name—Healthy Life. Jacksonville University Brooks Rehabilitation College of Healthcare Sciences faculty discuss symptoms, diagnoses, and treatments based on

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Through Hannah’s Eyes: JU Behind the Camera

Imagine the most memorable scene from your favorite childhood movie and it may look something like this… brother and sister school-age super spies run through the hallways of an evil fortress, placing the world’s smallest cameras on every corner. They’re …

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Student Pioneers: 3 Dolphins Making Waves On and Off Campus

By Carley Stickney

Meet three JU students blazing new trails at Jacksonville University and beyond. Though their ages, majors, and backgrounds differ, each one of these outstanding Dolphins lives out what it means to be bold, smart, creative, and fearless.

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Legacy of Hope: The Stephanie Bloom Impact

On Sunday, August 19, the Jacksonville University (JU) community lost a talented and beloved young woman, just two days after giving birth to her third child. Stephanie Bloom served as far more than Assistant Director of Enrollment and Advising for …

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