March comes in with a “Pink Out” for Women’s History Month tomorrow, kicking off events during the month that include discussions on timely topics such as Islam, gender in the workplace and racial misconceptions, and highlighted by a conversation with …Read More »
Arts and Culture
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 »
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 »
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 »
River cruising has become a popular travel option for many older Americans. The convenience, value and variety of destinations of river cruising attracts travelers seeking to experience a culture not from a train or rental car, but from one of …Read More »
Fritz Dreisbach, dubbed the “Johnny Appleseed of Glass” for inspiring hundreds of accomplished artists, will be on campus as a visiting artist in late January, teaching and conducting workshops for JU students and local glass enthusiasts in the University’s Glass …Read More »