The stage is being set. The grass is going to get greener. The walls are tumbling down.
That’s what’s going on lately near the St. Johns River on the campus of Jacksonville University.
- Strom Amphitheatre on Dolphin
By Phillip Milano
It’s Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, live and in photos.
As part of their Alternative Photographic Processes class, Jacksonville University students have created a companion photo exhibit to go along with Players by the Sea’s production …Read More »
Friday evening’s Jacksonville University Women’s Lacrosse game is the 2012 JU Lacrosse Youth Night at D.B. Milne Field. More than 100 of the area’s youth and high school players are expected to attend the game. Immediately following the game, JU …Read More »
TO: Jacksonville University Administrators, Faculty and Staff
FROM: Kerry Romesburg, President
DATE: April 19, 2012
SUBJECT: United Way Campus Campaign
As you know, Jacksonville University has consistently been a strong supporter of the United Way. We permit …Read More »
The demolition of the Racquetball Courts will now begin Friday, April 20.
Please be aware and cautious of trucks entering and leaving campus and the valley area until further notice.
Thanks in advance for your understanding and patience while we …Read More »
By Phillip Milano
For Jacksonville University theater major Mya Brown, getting too heavy-handed when creating awareness of racial inequities and bias can sometimes risk losing an audience.
Instead, she’s taking a different kind of risk, going out on a more …Read More »
Kudos to Teri Chenot, Ed.D., MSN, RN., School of Nursing, who has been awarded a $2K nursing research grant
from the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing Lambda Rho Chapter-at-Large.
Her study is titled “Building an Academic/Clinical …Read More »