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Jay Myztroh of Stono Echo on Heritage, Equality and Education

WAVE Magazine staff sat down with Jacksonville University (JU) Alumnus Jeremy McKinnies to catch up on life since earning his Bachelor of Music in Composition and Theory. Better known to regional audiences as Jay Myztroh of the duo Stono Echo,

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From Charleston to Barcelona, JU Business Major Champions Study Abroad

By Kiana Blaylock

International Business major Avery Thompson has a passion for the cultures and business practices of other countries. Since arriving at Jacksonville University (JU), the Charleston-bred student-athlete has studied twice in Scotland and more recently in Barcelona. Spending …

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On the Front Lines: JU Davis College of Business Tokyo-Waseda Experience

By Natasha Ubani

Minna-san Kon’nichiwa! Hisashiburi…

We parted ways last time amidst New Year greetings and well wishes. Now, 2019 is fully under way. I know school is in the swing for you all, but I am currently enjoying spring …

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Nine Years After His Death, King of Pop Impacts JU Vocalist

By Sheri Webber

It’s the summer of 1984. The crowds in Jacksonville totaled 45,000 during Michael Jackson’s Victory Tour. Jacksonville University (JU) freshman Cyriac Adjevi-Neglokpe missed that concert. He hadn’t been born yet.

Picture the moment. Thirty-four years ago. …

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Photographer, Educator, Professional Ballerina & JU MFA Student Marcia Brito Wows MOSH Guests

Jacksonville University student Marcia Brito currently has an exhibit at the Jacksonville’s Museum of Science & History (MOSH) with this week’s closing reception for “The Photographic Abstractions” on Friday, January 11, 2019, from 6 to 8 pm.

The main concept …

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On the Front Lines: JU Davis College of Business Tokyo-Waseda Experience

By Natasha Ubani

Akemashite Omedetou gozaimasu minna-san! (Happy new year everyone!)

Last time, you all wished me success in deciphering Kanji as we all expectantly waited for Winter Break. Now, with the festivities behind us and school about to resume, …

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Through Hannah’s Eyes: JU Behind the Camera

By Sheri Webber

Imagine the most memorable scene from your favorite childhood movie and it may look something like this… brother and sister school-age super spies run through the hallways of an evil fortress, placing the world’s smallest cameras on …

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