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Standing Tall, Rising To The Challenge: A Message From President Cost

Dear Jacksonville University Community,

As we work right now on campus to rally all the way back from the substantial challenges presented us by Hurricane Matthew, a note of thanks and appreciation is in order today. I will be brief, …

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Dr. Christopher Phillips to lead next Philosophy Slam

How many times have you been told to act your age but you’re not really sure what that means?

Best-selling author and scholar Dr. Christopher Phillips might be able to help answer the question when he is guest speaker at …

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Tiffany Leach’s ceramic work selected for international exhibition

Tiffany Leach was building a body of research with her series titled Mother’s Collection of ceramic work and, as research, gave little thought to where she would be applying it, or being accepted to. The work was dedicated to the …

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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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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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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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Elite company: President Cost’s appointment to NCAA Board offers a dynamic chance to help guide college athletics’ future

With a seat at the NCAA’s top governance table, President Tim Cost has earned a prestigious spot that gives him the ability to help steer a nonprofit entity regulating nearly 1,300 educational institutions and helping nearly half a million student-athletes …

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A new Starbucks brings ‘the A package’ atmosphere for students to take a break in the Kinne University Center

The wrapping is off the cushy furniture, the baristas are pouring shots of espresso and the bacon-egg-cheese croissants are hot and ready. The new full-service Starbucks in the Kinne University Center, one of only two on small college campuses in …

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