Building upon its role to prepare a new generation of leaders in policy and politics and engage the community with vibrant policy programs and debates, this week the Jacksonville University Public Policy Institute welcomed five new members to its Board …Read More »
After 10 years, things haven’t changed much for the Jacksonville University Sporting Clays, Skeet, and Trap (JUSST) shooting team. They went undefeated between their inception and winning the national championship the first time they attended the Association of College Unions …Read More »
Story updated on Sept. 5.
Hurricane Dorian caused minimal damage to the Jacksonville University campus, which reopened to welcome back students on Thursday, Sept. 5.
The Facilities Team cleaned up debris, removed downed trees and completed small repairs on Thursday. …Read More »
By Dr. A. Quinton White
One of the ubiquitous animals in the lower St. Johns River is the barnacle. However, they are both a blessing and a curse as far as life on the river goes. A blessing in that …Read More »
By Sheri Webber
Federal funding for educating students with disabilities was introduced by lawmakers late last month. Thanks to the efforts of special education advocates, additional funding for children in need of speech, language, swallowing, and hearing therapy may soon become a …Read More »
Growing up in the Tidewater region of southeastern Virginia near Norfolk, we used to play in what we called the “mudflats.” Later, in college and graduate school, I began to appreciate how important these areas were to the ecology of …Read More »