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JU Sociology Club, Junior League, Mental Health America confronting bullying at March 13 movie premiere (with trailer)

By Kevin Hogencamp/Jacksonville University

The Jacksonville University Sociology Club will premiere “Bully,” award-winning filmmaker Lee Hirsch’s documentary describing the life-altering torment and despair of children and families affected by bullying in American schools, at 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 13, in …

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JU Orchestra performs in historic, moving concert at the Times-Union’s Jacoby Hall



Jacksonville University’s full orchestra and the Jacksonville Children’s Chorus choirs teamed up March 9 at the Florida Times-Union Performing Arts Center’s Jacoby Symphony Hall for a concert, “I Never Saw Another Butterfly” — a musical memorial to the 

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JU Davis College of Business to host March 19 panel discussion on workplace diversity, transcultural leadership

The Jacksonville University Davis College of Business, the Deutsche Bank Multi-Cultural Partnership and Women on Wall Street will team up to host a panel discussion March 19 on current issues and trends regarding diversity in the workplace and transcultural leadership.

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Congratulations to March JU Employee of the Month Beth Lantz



Congratulations to March JU Employee of the Month Beth Lantz, administrative assistant for Serving Learning and the Center for Teaching and Learning.

“I have had several dealings with Beth and have found her to be extremely helpful, and

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Fourth Jacksonville Southeast Collegiate Invitational hosted by JU draws 82 athletes from nine universities


By David T. Dobson

JU Varsity Shooting Team Head Coach 

Jacksonville University and the Jacksonville Skeet and Trap Club hosted the fourth  Jacksonville Southeast Collegiate Invitational (Regional) Shoot  last weekend, with  82 Collegiate athletes from nine universities attending. …

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Folio Weekly covers JU Florida Georgia Line concert with review, photos

Folio Weekly writer S. Carson Howell posted a review last night of Florida Georgia Line’s March 7 concert at Jacksonville University, which drew an estimated 2,100 country music revelers.

“Florida-Georgia Line pumped out all of their hits under the newly

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JU students get some practical learning at Chicago media event

By Tina Kelso

JU Communications Sophomore

Jacksonville University senior Lauren Tidwell, Editor-in-Chief of The Aquarian, remembers how walking the halls of the Art Institute of Chicago transformed her vision for the magazine from a decorated work of art to a …

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