It is a massive inland sea in the middle of a Southern California desert. Ruins of forgotten motels, yacht clubs, restaurants and cocktail lounges dot the beaches. Isolated and sparsely populated communities of wrecked and dilapidated houses and mobile homes
Meet Cindy Leong. She is a sophomore majoring in computing science and mathematics. Cindy is a recipient of the STAR Center IT scholarship, which was funded by the Florida Entrepreneurism, Policy, Innovation, and Commerce (EPIC) Program at JU to develop …Read More »
International Business/English double major Ellis Harr, a Presidential Student Ambassador who also heads Sigma Chi fraternity on campus, will bring his voice to The Florida Times-Union Editorial Board this semester as a citizen member, the newspaper announced.
The five members …Read More »
If you are like most Americans, you have already broken your New Year’s resolution of becoming healthier. Research published in the Journal of Clinical Psychology reveals that only 8 percent of us actually achieve our New Year’s resolutions.
Climate change and sea level rise are two issues that are sure to initiate discussion whenever they are mentioned. But both topics need to be discussed intelligently so we can plan appropriately for the future.
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A group of Jacksonville University students have come to the aid of the Jacksonville Fire and Rescue Department.
Not for an emergency, but to help document JFRD’s largest and most visible annual event: the Sea of Blue Fallen Firefighter Memorial …Read More »
Meet School of Nursing student Navondria Lawson, who is in the Advanced Practice Track of the Post-Masters Doctor of Nursing Practice program in the Brooks Rehabilitation College of Healthcare Sciences. She is also working toward her Family Nurse Practitioner …Read More »
For years, scientists have lingered over a tantalizing menu of possible causes for coral reef decline, ranging from increased algae, more predators and disease to exacerbating factors like human-influenced poor water quality, higher sea surface temperatures and rising ocean acidity.…Read More »
The batteries powered by a rhino’s “calling card” were a big hit. So were the dancing metal rings that showed how electromagnetism works, as well as the keychains, eyeglass frames and ukulele made with the 3D printer.
Those were just …Read More »