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JU women’s lacrosse honored for having nation’s second-highest GPA

From JU Athletics

After leading the nation in scoring, ground balls and caused turnovers, the Jacksonville University women’s lacrosse program has received a national honor for success in the classroom.  Of all the schools in Division 1 lacrosse, JU finished …

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JU professor, alumnus publish study on disc golf courses, players

Jacksonville University geography Prof. Dr. Ray Oldakowski and JU alum John McEwen, a former student of Oldakowski’s, have published a study on the diffusion of disc golf within the United States in the prestigious Geographical Review, the journal of …

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Record-setting JU football team back in action at home Saturday

After racking up a school record 719 yards of total offense and a Milne Field record 69 points last week against Morehead State, the high-powered JU attack is back in action at home at 1 p.m. this Saturday, Sept. 21, …

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“Code on the Beach” event gives JU Computer Science majors inside look at apps, data and the cloud

Sand and software were the order of the day recently as three JU Computer Science students attended the three-day “Code on the Beach” Microsoft-based programming conference in Atlantic Beach, bringing together more than 200 developers from across the country to …

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New era of JU Sailing begins; team finishes sixth in Charleston

By Jon Faudree/Head Sailing Coach

A new era of Jacksonville University Sailing began last weekend at the College of Charleston at the South Atlantic Inter-Collegiate Sailing Association (SAISA) Open Regatta.

JU Sailing has risen quickly through the ranks of SAISA …

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JU’s Dr. Donnie Horner appointed to Jacksonville Children’s Commission

Dr. Donnie Horner, JU’s chief government and community affairs officer, has been appointed  to the Jacksonville Children’s Commission board.

The members, who are selected by Mayor Alvin Brown and approved by the City Council,  serve four-year terms with the ability …

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JU Public Policy Institute hailed in Florida Times-Union lead editorial

The Florida Times-Union is hailing Jacksonville University’s Public Policy Institute as a “welcome addition” to the community that will help train better leaders and raise the level of dialogue on important issues facing the region and beyond.

In a Tuesday, …

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