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Let’s keep talking: President Cost’s Open Office Hours renew Oct. 8

JU President Tim Cost will continue his Open Office Hours – opportunities for students, faculty and staff members to ask questions and share ideas about enhancing the JU campus and student experience – from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. …

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JU College of Health Sciences Drs. Sapienza, DiFino lend support to Jacksonville Speech & Hearing Center

Jacksonville University Profs. Christine Sapienza (right in photo) and Sharon DiFino, JU speech pathology faculty in the College of Health Sciences, attended FinFest on the River 2013 on Sept. 28 with guests of JU President Tim Cost, to support the …

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JU, UNF researchers release full sixth annual River Report findings

The full Sixth Annual State of the Lower St. Johns River Basin Report, written by a team of scientists from the University of North Florida, Jacksonville University and Valdosta State University, has been released, with two new features also launched.…

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Major Madness 2013 a hit for students, faculty, staff, employers

By Kevin Hogencamp/Jacksonville University

Major Madness, which in its three years has become a signature Jacksonville University event, means different things to different students. Some want to learn more at the annual information fair about majors and minors, some want …

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JU pool to close for season Oct. 19

The Lonnie Wurn Pool will close on Saturday, Oct. 19, and reopen in March. We will announce the specific dates and hours of operation next semester.

Kyle Newman
Graduate Assistant, Campus Recreation
Division of Student Life
Jacksonville University
(904) 256-7651…

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Walking dead? Philosophy Slam tackles zombies on Oct. 15

The Philosophy Clubs of JU & UNF present a

 Philosophy Slam!

   Zombies: The Enslaved, The Infected, The Living Dead

   Hosted by Dr. Ben Miller (UNF)

 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 15

 Northstar Substation (“The Pizza Bar”), 119 E. Bay St.

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