Jacksonville University’s MFA in Choreography is a low-residency program designed to help dance professionals earn master’s degrees in choreography without significantly delaying their careers. Starting each year, students in the program begin their studies at White Oak Plantation, an extraordinary …Read More »
Arts and Culture
Does this sound familiar to you?
At a bookstore, you gravitate to the travel section and peruse the guidebooks. Maps fascinate you and you plot imaginary trips to exotic locales. The Travel Channel is one of your must-see television channels.
Will Baxley, Class of 2015, has built a passion for world music while at Jacksonville University, and with encouragement from faculty and senior administration, he was able to expand on his interest by embarking on an eight-week internship across Africa.…Read More »
Illustration by Deanna Derosia
The 16 Jacksonville University students in matching Cinderella Castle t-shirts sat on a charter bus in the heart of Orlando and waited for their cue to depart. For six weeks they had prepared for this moment.…Read More »
PepsiCo Chairman and Chief Executive Indra K. Nooyi received the inaugural Jacksonville University Presidential Global Citizen Award Nov. 13, recognizing one of the world’s most powerful business leaders for her commitment to bettering society and improving the planet.
Before an …Read More »
It’s Mario & JoJo, headlining a much-anticipated free Fall Fest concert for the JU community at 7:30 p.m. this Thursday, Oct. 16, at the Larry Strom Amphitheater on Dolphin Green. Co-headlining the energetic performance will be Young Trajik.
Mario, a …Read More »