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On the Front Lines: The JU Davis College of Business Tokyo-Waseda Experience

By Natasha Ubani

Kon’nichiwa Minna-san, and greetings from Tokyo, Japan!

What comes to mind when you think of Japanese culture? For a lot of people, I’m pretty sure the top answer is manga/anime culture. For me, it’s sushi. Unashamed …

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ELEMENTALS— JU Super Isabella Martinez

Join WAVE Magazine for an exciting new series of interviews at Jacksonville University, where students are the heroes.

By Carley Stickney

Isabella Martinez, a junior musical theatre student at Jacksonville University (JU), has been on the stage her entire life.

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RIVER LIFE: When River Health Links to the Ocean

By Dr. A. Quinton White

Charismatic megafauna is a term we use for those large animals that people find fascinating. Manatees, dolphins, and whales come to mind. These often huge creatures can cause a sense of wonder when we see …

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Composing the Future: Jacksonville’s Watkins-Hanson Journey

Dr. Scott Watkins, Professor of Piano and coordinator of keyboard studies at Jacksonville University (JU) since 2001, researches the early life of famed American composer Howard Hanson in his spare time, focusing on the years that preceded Hanson’s directorship at

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JU Marine Science Pioneer Award Honoree, OCEARCH Founder Chris Fischer

By Sheri Webber

Now, in its tenth year, the world-renown ocean research organization OCEARCH has completed a cumulative 33 expeditions, collaborated with a total 174 scientists, facilitated the capture and release of more than 300 sharks, and has been the …

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Olympian Visit: Farrah Hall on JU Waterfront

By Sheri Webber

The first week in October marked Olympian Farrah Hall’s second visit to Jacksonville University (JU).

She says, “The story behind me coming to the University is interesting. Dr. Steven Davis, who is very enthusiastic about building a …

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ELEMENTALS: JU Super Ngog Nliba Nguimbous

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By Carley Stickney

Ngog Nliba Nguimbous, a senior aviation major at Jacksonville University (JU), has had a fascination with airplanes for as

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5 Things to Do in JAX: When Your Friends Have Homework and You Don’t

By Carley Stickney

I’ve heard the phrase “there’s nothing to do in Jacksonville” at least one hundred times since starting school at Jacksonville University. It has crossed my mind and it’s probably crossed yours, but this just isn’t true! There

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