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Faculty discount for this summer’s JU Dolphin Soccer Academy

Hello JU Faculty and Staff,

If you have a child or grandchild ages 5-14 interested in summer soccer camp, I would like to let you know about our camp on campus this summer.  The details are listed below on our …

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Sodexo summer hours/Riverview Cafe menu announced

Sodexo dining services will be preparing for summer operations close on Tuesday, May 1.

Please see below for hours of operation. The Riverview Cafe will open for lunch service effective Wednesday, May 2, from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. (menu below).


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JU students nab 3 first-place AP broadcast awards

Students from Jacksonville University walked away with three first-place awards and one second in this year’s Associated Press Broadcasters College Contest, capping off a successful run in which they earned more nominations in the competition than in any other year.…

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Spring 2012 issue of JU’s Latinoture magazine now available – locally and globally

Jacksonville University’s Spring 2012 issue of Latinoture is out, with pieces on everything from helping workers to pursuing a French degree to differences in Spanish dialects.

The lauded Spanish and French literary magazine (http://languages.ju.edu/Latinoture.html), published under the auspices …

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JU international student’s “beautiful” image added to permanent collection at Main Library downtown

By Phillip Milano

When she entered a community-wide photography contest last year showcasing cell phone camera imagery, Jacksonville University sophomore and Honduran student Ninoska Alejandra Nunez said she was just trying to find some beauty in her new city.

She …

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JU Athletics Hall of Fame Inducts Five New Members

The Jacksonville University Athletics Hall of Fame inducted five new members at the annual Roger Strickland Hall of Fame Ceremony on April 21, 2012.The group spans the history of JU, led by Pembrook Burrows – a member of the Dolphins

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Down by the River…




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.

To wit:

  • Strom Amphitheatre on Dolphin

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