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JU’s Quinton White in River Life column: Oysters have interesting tastes — but you shouldn’t try the ones in St. Johns

JU’s Quinton White discusses the amazing oyster in his latest monthly River Life column in The Florida Times-Union.

In the Friday, June 28, Metro section column, White, executive director of JU’s Marine Science Research Institute, remarks on the plentiful marine

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Alumni pack Howard lobby to meet Tim Cost at JU Presidential Reception

By Phillip Milano

Dane Grey was like many of the alumni who packed the Howard Building lobby to meet JU President Tim Cost at a Presidential Reception Wednesday, June 26.

He’s hearing the buzz about Cost and Jacksonville University around …

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Nov. 25 Home Game vs Florida Highlights 2013-14 JU Men’s Basketball Schedule

From JU Athletics

A full slate of 15 home games, including a Nov. 25 match-up against the University of Florida at Veterans Memorial Arena, highlights the 2013-14 schedule for Jacksonville University men’s basketball.

Season tickets are on sale now by

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Civitan Club of Jacksonville endows $28,600 scholarship fund to Jacksonville University

By Kevin Hogencamp/Jacksonville University

Seventy years ago, the Civitan Club of Jacksonville raised $20,000 to buy property to move Jacksonville Junior College – which later would become Jacksonville University – from downtown to Riverside. Then, the club immediately raised another …

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JU’s Quinton White: More people in water means more shark bites

A recent shark bite in the Atlantic Ocean off Jacksonville Beach has people talking — but it shouldn’t be surprising, says Dr. Quinton White, the Jacksonville University Marine Science Research Institute executive director.

“The more people that are in the

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JU’s Tommy Harrison, Pete Mosely to perform Friday, June 28 at Freebird Live

Jacksonville University Division of Music Chair Tommy Harrison’s instrumental rock band, the Tommy Harrison Group, will perform at 8 p.m. Friday, June 28, at Freebird Live in Jacksonville Beach.

In addition to Harrison on guitar, the band includes bass player

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Youths kept on pointe during JU’s two-week Summer Dance Intensive camp

By Chelsea Wiggs

JU Communications Major

Jacksonville University welcomed youth dancers this month to its two-week Summer Dance Intensive, a unique opportunity for pre-professional and intermediate/advanced students to train with professionals to learn what it takes to stay on pointe.

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