Hurricane season is here. And it looks to be much like last year. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has predicted, with a 70 percent confidence level, that we will see 13 to 20 named storms with winds reaching 39 …Read More »
A king who stammers? That simply can’t be. How can he possibly be taken seriously? How can he lead?
These were the sentiments at the time of King George VI as portrayed in “The Kings Speech.” It took the dedication …Read More »
The day dawned over Narragansett Bay in Newport, R.I., with bright skies and a brisk northerly wind. On the bank, the boats sat uncharacteristically still. Built for speed, the Laser Radials were meant to slice through currents, but like most …Read More »
National Decision Day 2021 marked more than the start of a student’s college commitment this year. For applicants to schools across the country, it was also a sign that they had accomplished so much more than the studies, tests and …Read More »
Jacksonville University’s office of student inclusion works hard to foster an environment where all students can feel seen, heard and valued. From intentional programming to passing on opportunities, student inclusion exists so that underrepresented students can reach their potential from …Read More »
When Dr. Frances Bartlett Kinne first set foot on the campus of Jacksonville University, no one knew the changes that would follow, the impact she would have, the legacy she would leave, and yet, she shaped the future of this …Read More »