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Women’s History Celebration set for Tuesday, March 15

Community Hospice of Northeast Florida CEO Susan Ponder-Stansel, Accounting Prof. Ruth O’Keefe and Mathematics senior Savannah Bates are the honorees at the 18th annual Women’s History Month Celebration at noon Tuesday, March 15, in the Kinne Center.

PONDER-STANSEL began …

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98,000 downloads and counting: JU student helps create wildly popular Star Wars-themed Minecraft mod

“Many new weapons! Astonishing new planets! Flyable starships and speeders! Diverse structures and loot system!”

— From the “Parzi’s Star Wars Mod” homepage

A Star Wars-themed add-on to the hugely popular open-ended video game Minecraft is drawing tens of thousands …

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“Awe-inspiring” theater a matter of child’s play for students guided by renowned Creatively Independent resident artists

The revolution is here! No more waiting for someone else to pick you for a job, the part or the opportunity. Create your own. Uncover your passion. Embrace your unique process.

That’s the mission statement for Creatively Independent, a cutting-edge …

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Ground-breaking filmmaker Ken Burns honored with Presidential Global Citizen Award

Jacksonville University honored pioneering documentary filmmaker Ken Burns with its second Presidential Global Citizen Award on Tuesday, Feb. 9, recognizing a master storyteller whose profound achievement in creating powerful historical narratives has had a far-reaching effect on millions of viewers …

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Sea of Blue: Remembering the fallen with help from JU Photography students

A group of Jacksonville University students have come to the aid of the Jacksonville Fire and Rescue Department.

Not for an emergency, but to help document JFRD’s largest and most visible annual event: the Sea of Blue Fallen Firefighter Memorial …

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