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New JU Beta Gamma members inducted; Finley, Hoffman honored

By Courtney Jimenez

JU Communications Senior

JU’s chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma, the international honor society for business, initiated new members  March 7 in the Kinne University Center. Senior Alexandra Hoffman was introduced as the scholarship recipient for the year, …

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JU’s Dr. Paulina Rippere awarded APSA Congressional Fellowship

Dr. Paulina Rippere, JU Assistant Professor of Political Science, has been selected for a prestigious Congressional Fellowship for 2014-15 with the American Political Science Association.

Congressional Fellows are announced after a rigorous selection process and learn about the legislative process …

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Tony Award-winning musical “Drowsy Chaperone” April 3-6 at JU

The Tony Award-winning play The Drowsy Chaperone April 3-6 at Jacksonville University is a clever tribute to the “Great American Musical” tradition — with a sarcastic twist sure to delight anyone who appreciates Broadway shows.

The production by the JU …

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Kinne, Hogshead-Makar, Corey, Bayat featured at JU Women in Leadership March 7

State Attorney Angela Corey, Olympic gold medalist and Title IX advocate Nancy Hogshead-Makar, Afghanistan’s Ariana Television Senior Vice President Fatema Bayat and Ambassador Marilyn McAffee are just some of the speakers lined up for the first JU Women in Leadership …

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Smart policy led to Florida schools progress, Chartrand tells JU PPI education policy forum

By Courtney Jimenez

JU Communications senior

Leadership, strategic planning and budgeting were topics brought to light during “Education Policy: Why it Matters,” a forum hosted Tuesday, Feb. 11, by the JU Public Policy Institute.

State Board of Education Chairman Gary …

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JU students look to a bright future at Career Expo

By Courtney Jimenez

JU Communications Senior

This May, seniors at Jacksonville University will walk across the stage to their futures. To prepare them, JU’s Career Development Center held a career expo Wednesday, Feb. 26, in JU’s Historic Swisher Gymnasium.

The …

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2014 Seminole Cup

Our 2014 Seminole Cup Team. From left to right:

Shelby Lopresto, Nick D’Asto, Mike Esposito, Scott Hensley, Art Pareene, and Tyler Hilterbrand

Photo by: Dana Farrell…

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JU a host site for March 8 Jacksonville Science Festival!

Jacksonville University, MOSH, Hemming Plaza, Friendship Park and
Jacksonville Main Library to feature free S.T.E.A.M.-related exhibits

What: The Second Annual Jacksonville Science Festival highlighting the power of S.T.E.A.M. through more than 125 interactive exhibits, hands-on activities and staged performances celebrating …

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Future looks bright for JU Scholarship Luncheon speaker Zoe Rocke

By Taylor Agnew

Jacksonville University senior

If not for her Honors scholarship and the relationships she cultivated with faculty members, Zoe Rocke wasn’t sure if Jacksonville University was in her future. But that future now seems set: She has been …

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Ready for the trip of your life? JU Study Abroad deadlines approaching

By Chelsea Wiggs

JU Communications Senior

Each summer, college students face choices about how to spend their break: Take more classes? Get away for something new?

[/caption]At Jacksonville University, they have a third choice: they can do both.

JU’s Study …

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