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‘Game-changing’ new acoustics of Terry Concert Hall to be on display in Nov. 6 concert

A spacious, versatile stage, finely tuned acoustics, premium lighting, custom sound-proofing and additional enhancements means a completely reimagined Terry Concert Hall has become a “game-changer” gift to students and the community, making it one of the finest facilities its size …

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All for a good (Arlington 20/20) cause: How JU’s deep connections have inspired the Nelson family’s computer gifting in community

Helping lift the community around it is a top priority for Jacksonville University, and Arlington 20/20 has become one of the prime vehicles for doing just that.

The initiative is an outgrowth of Renew Arlington, a program to boost the …

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Honoring those who serve: Military Appreciation Day Saturday at Milne Field

Continuing its commitment as one of the most military-friendly schools in America, Jacksonville University hosts its annual Military Appreciation Football Game at noon Saturday, Oct. 15, at Milne Field vs. defending Pioneer Football League champion Dayton.

The game is dedicated …

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Standing Tall, Rising To The Challenge: A Message From President Cost

Dear Jacksonville University Community,

As we work right now on campus to rally all the way back from the substantial challenges presented us by Hurricane Matthew, a note of thanks and appreciation is in order today. I will be brief, …

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“Astonishing” Laramie Project (rescheduled), “stunning” 8 spotlight historic LGBT events in back-to-back Fine Arts productions

Two plays based on watershed LGBT-related events, one a tragedy that took place on a dusty plain in Wyoming and the other a victory that sprung from a courtroom in California, are running back to back at Jacksonville University with …

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Fiendish “Nosferatu” set to electro-acoustic wraps up Prof. Tony Steve’s three-part silent film scoring project

The classic “Nosferatu” set to amped-up electro-acoustic music performed by the JU Percussion Ensemble is the final ghastly installment of “Hearing What Wasn’t Said: The Music of Silent Film,” a three-part project by Assistant Music Professor Tony Steve to showcase …

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JUSA President Adam Keller picked for national College Debate 2016

As the moderators pepper Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump with questions this fall in their historic presidential debates, Adam Keller will be watching with much more interest than the casual observer. That’s because the JU Student Alliance President may have …

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