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JU President finalist Cost stresses his energy, even-handedness in campus visit

By Phillip Milano

Combining emotional intensity for his alma mater with an even-handed listening style, Jacksonville University presidential finalist Tim Cost put forth his ideas and background Friday during meetings with staff, faculty, students and the public. 

Cost, an Executive …

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50 years later, JU panel tackles myths, realities of Cuban Missile Crisis


By Kevin Hogencamp/Jacksonville University

A panel discussion commemorating the Cuban Missile Crisis’ 50th anniversary had Jacksonville University student Daniel Moore wondering why Soviet Union citizens weren’t nearly as anxious as Americans about the prospect of Armageddon.

The world …

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Time-traveling, regenerating Doctor Who has his own JU fan club!

Wave Weekly recently had a chance to ask Jacksonville University Web Manager Erick Stover, adviser to the JU Doctor Who Fan Club, and JU student Ashley Rodriguez, club president, a little about the group, the long-running TV show and the

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Nobel Prize winner in chemistry rocks packed house at Jacksonville University

A chemistry professor rocking a packed house and prompting bursts of laughter? It happened Monday, Oct. 15, at Jacksonville University as Nobel Prize winner Sir Harold W. Kroto spoke to students, faculty and the public about science, education, creativity and …

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JU professor weighs in on presidential candidates’ body language during debate

Dr. Annmarie Kent-Willette, associate communications professor at Jacksonville University, was interviewed on Action News Jax (WTEV CBS-47 and WAWS FOX-30)  on the candidates’ body language during the presidential debate Tuesday, Oct 16.

“President Obama answers this question with very good …

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