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JU’s Women in Computer Science Society works to draw more females to field

JU’s Women in Computer Science Society recently held its first meeting to help attract more women to the field, as well as to offer mentoring and professional advice. 

The officers of the club are Crystal Armstrong (president), Rachael Jenkins (vice …

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Updates to JU holiday break power interruptions schedule

JU Community, 

There has been a change in the scheduling of some power interruptions during the holiday break on Wednesday and Thursday,  Dec. 19 and 20, to accommodate preventive maintenance and repairs to the campus electrical system. 

Here is the …

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JU student veterans who received donation featured in city videos

A chance for Jacksonville University student veterans to attend a prestigious national conference is the subject of two city-produced videos recently released on YouTube.

Jacksonville Mayor Alvin Brown presented the group of 10 Jacksonville University student veterans with a $3,500 …

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Free Disney Cabaret at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 11, at Swisher Theater!

Members of Alpha Psi Omega, JU’s Theatre Honor Society, will put on “An Evening With Walt,” a free Disney Cabaret, at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 11, at Swisher Theater featuring all the best music and moments from Disney movies new

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In the Spirit: JU School of Nursing Cookie Party 2012


AS THE COOKIE CRUMBLES: The School of Nursing invited the JU community to enjoy a delicious holiday treat along with cocoa and cider at its annual Cookie Party on Thursday, Dec. 6. You name it, they had it: The …

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JU students take fifth in district in grueling computer event

By Phillip Milano

Ten problems. Five hours to solve them. Three guys. One computer.

Two balloons.

Jacksonville University computing science seniors Andrew Duane and James Laroche and sophomore Christian Wilde recently went up against 105 other teams from 80 Southeast …

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Jacksonville University Receives Motorola Solutions Foundation Public Safety Grant

JACKSONVILLE, Dec. 5, 2012 – Jacksonville University announced today it has received $6,523 as part of the Motorola Solutions Foundation’s Public Safety and Security Institute. Through the grant, Jacksonville University will implement a formalized training program to provide professional development …

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