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JU students get most out of two coveted slots at Sundance Theater Institute

By Clayton Levins

Jacksonville University

Opportunities come in many shapes and forms for Jacksonville University students during their summer. One took shape for two theater students as they received the chance to travel to the Sundance Theater Institute.

Michele McGovern, …

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Free Davis Leadership seminar on business profitability Oct. 11!

What: Jacksonville University’s Davis Leadership Center hosts Brian Barquilla, Thaddeus Foster and Tommy Grimes to speak on “TAKING THINGS TO A HIGHER LEVEL: HOW EARLY STAGE VENTURES GAIN MARKET TRACTION AND PROFITABLILITY” (see attached flyer). Moderated by JU Davis …

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Jacksonville University’s “DanceForge” to bring together pros in unique retreat

By Phillip Milano 

Dance professionals are born to share. With their audiences, at least.

Among themselves, it’s too often a different story. When it comes to collaboration, dancers, instructors and choreographers aren’t always ready to put their best foot forward, …

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Get hip this month to “Thoroughly Modern Millie” at Swisher Theatre!

“Thoroughly Modern Millie” is a high-spirited musical romp that has everyone dancing the Charleston. It’s the zany new 1920s musical that took Broadway by storm, winning the Tony Award for Best Musical in 2002! Based on the popular movie, the …

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Jacksonville SE Fall Invitational College SCTP Shoot Oct. 27!

What: Jacksonville Southeastern Fall Invitational College Scholastic Clay Target Program Shoot, hosted by Jacksonville University and Scholastic Clay Target Program. This is a 150-target event.

When: Oct. 27, 2012. Registration between 8-9 a.m. Shooting begins at 9:15 a.m. …

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Rainbow captured over JU Monday, Oct. 1

Jimmy Orth, Executive Director of the St. Johns Riverkeeper with offices at Jacksonville University’s Marine Science Research Institute, captured this rainbow over Dolphin-land Monday, Oct. 1.


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