Members of the JU Sporting Clays, Skeet & Trap Team helped out Oct. 6 as more than 100 youths attended the National Wild Turkey Federation’s JAKES (Juniors Acquiring Knowledge, Ethics and Sportsmanship) youth event at Spencer’s Farm in Clay County.…Read More »
Be sure to check out this week’s “Best of Jax” 2012 Folio Weekly edition. Right there, on Page 20, sandwiched between “Best Local Sports Personality” Brian Sexton and “Best Local TV Anchor” Donna Deegan, it’s “Best Local College.”
And … …Read More »
Former JU basketball player Kevin Sheppard is getting some notice for his starring role in “The Iran Job,” a documentary that follows him as he plays for a team in the Middle Eastern country.
The Florida Times-Union’s Matt Soergel blogged …Read More »
Millie is a spunky kid who’s moved to New York from Salina, Kan. She’s ready to join the modern women of the 1920s, raise her skirts, bob her hair, marry her boss and have a stable future. But then, there’s …Read More »
By Clayton Levins
Opportunities come in many shapes and forms for Jacksonville University students during their summer. One took shape for two theater students as they received the chance to travel to the Sundance Theater Institute.
Michele McGovern, …Read More »
The man who planned to honor his faculty and staff wound up getting honored himself as well, much to his surprise.
Jacksonville University President Kerry Romesburg, hosting this year’s annual Employee Appreciation Day on Friday, Oct. 5, ended up on …Read More »
What: Jacksonville University’s Davis Leadership Center hosts Brian Barquilla, Thaddeus Foster and Tommy Grimes to speak on “TAKING THINGS TO A HIGHER LEVEL: HOW EARLY STAGE VENTURES GAIN MARKET TRACTION AND PROFITABLILITY” (see attached flyer). Moderated by JU Davis …Read More »
By Phillip Milano
Dance professionals are born to share. With their audiences, at least.
Among themselves, it’s too often a different story. When it comes to collaboration, dancers, instructors and choreographers aren’t always ready to put their best foot forward, …Read More »
Check out the review of the Sept. 27 Brad Paisley concert in The Florida Times-Union by Jacksonville University’s own Prof. Thomas Harrison, chair of the Division of Music.
Among other tidbits, Harrison offers the following in his review of the
“Thoroughly Modern Millie” is a high-spirited musical romp that has everyone dancing the Charleston. It’s the zany new 1920s musical that took Broadway by storm, winning the Tony Award for Best Musical in 2002! Based on the popular movie, the …Read More »