Dancers from Jacksonville University Linda Barry Stein College of Fine Arts, Florida State College at Jacksonville (FSCJ) Dance Department and Episcopal School of Jacksonville (ESJ) Fine Arts will present an evening of modern dance by the critically acclaimed Cleo Parker …Read More »
A team of seven students from Jacksonville University competed in the school’s first American Mock Trial Association (AMTA) Florida Regional Tournament recently in Orlando.
Although the team didn’t qualify to move on to the next round of the 2020 AMTA …Read More »
A Jacksonville-based technology company executive says his firm’s mission is to put space to work for everyone.
“We’re aimed at making tangible products that make peoples’ lives better,” Made In Space Vice President of Advanced Programs and Concepts Justin Kugler …Read More »
The CBS Sports Network documentary “Jacksonville U: Can Do” explores how the Dolphins’ 1970 NCAA title run helped unite a city dealing with racial unrest and trying to break free from its segregated past.
The one-hour documentary, which also celebrates …Read More »
Women’s History Month highlights the contributions of women in history and contemporary society. In 1911, it started with a day, expanded to a week in 1980, and finally became a month of celebration worldwide in 1988.
Ever since, the celebration …Read More »
Visiting Writer Kevin McGrath, poet-in-residence at Lowell House and Associate of the Department of South Asian Studies at Harvard University, will discuss the Hero in Ancient Greek Epics from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Jan. 21 at Terry Concert Hall.
“Essentially what we …Read More »
Highest. Best attended. Biggest.
Those are just a few of the terms that describe some of the most memorable and important moments for Jacksonville University alumni and family during 2019.
Please scroll through the photos below that captured the top …Read More »
From a 10-foot pendulum incorporated into a musical performance to a three-movement piece about mental disorders performed with the Jacksonville Dance Theatre, this year’s Electroacoustic Barn Dance beginning on Thursday, Nov. 14, promises to showcase expanded boundaries.
“This is all …Read More »
Economist Dr. Kwan S. Kim will compare the geopolitical rivalry between China and the United States to the classic games of chess and Go at the Seventh Annual Hesburgh Lecture at Jacksonville University on Thursday, Nov. 7.
The lecture, which …Read More »