They’re gonna whomp and stomp and whoop it up in “The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas” March 9-12 at Jacksonville University’s Swisher Theater, fully loaded with a strategically choreographed locker room dance scene revealing another side of JU’s football team …Read More »
The 18th annual Northeast Florida Environmental Summit focuses on the impact of pollutants with a distinguished lineup of environmental and legal experts.
The event on Friday, Feb. 24, is co-sponsored by Jacksonville University with Florida Coastal School of Law, and …Read More »
People with Type 2 Diabetes are at an increased risk to develop infections. But what if you don’t know if you have Type 2 Diabetes?
According to recent estimates, about 8 percent of the U.S. population is affected by Type …Read More »
Division of Visual Arts Chair Dana C. Tupa wanted to jolt her non-art students into getting past their fears and tapping into their creativity in her Underglaze Carving Ceramics class.
What better way than to have a colleague in the …Read More »
Critically acclaimed composer Mark Camphouse to conduct his own music Feb. 25 in JU Wind Ensemble/First Coast Wind Symphony concert
The music of Mark Camphouse conducted by the composer himself is on the program when the JU Performing Arts Series presents the JU Wind Ensemble and the First Coast Wind Symphony in a free partner concert at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, …Read More »
You can’t change the future of the ocean on a fisherman’s story.
So says Chris Fischer, the charismatic founder of world-renowned marine research outfit OCEARCH. The bona fides of academic expertise, peer-reviewed published research and acclaimed scientists are needed to …Read More »
As we celebrate Black History Month, we reflect upon the accomplishments, courage and vision of our African-American community, as well as of those from across the entire African diaspora who have excelled in ways both big and small.
We join …Read More »
One of the more variable factors with which plants and animals must contend in the St. Johns River is salinity, or salt concentration in the water. Yet it is also critically important to many species. Few can handle a wide …Read More »