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Legacy of Hope: The Stephanie Bloom Impact

By Sheri Webber

Sunday, August 19, the Jacksonville University (JU) community lost a talented and beloved young woman, just two days after giving birth to her third child. Stephanie Bloom served as far more than Assistant Director of Enrollment and …

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WAVE+ The Undertow Provides New Outlet of Expression

A new collaboration between WAVE Magazine and student-led campus publications, including The Navigator and The Aquarian, WAVE+ features articles written by and about Jacksonville University students.

By Hannah Murray

Tides, they are a-changing. Or, at least, they’re progressing.

Today, …

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WAVE+ Loading More Than the Washer & Dryer

A new collaboration between WAVE Magazine and student-led campus publications, including The Navigator and The Aquarian, WAVE+ features articles written by and about Jacksonville University students.

By D’Ayn Sayre, Editor in Chief of the AQUARIAN

Finally, I’ve made it …

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FIT LIFE: Can exercise become an addiction?

By Heather Hausenblas, PhD

Have you ever noticed a very enthusiastic exerciser at your gym – someone who hogs the elliptical or does multiple fitness classes in a row five, six or even seven days a week? Perhaps you have …

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RIVER LIFE: Marine Species Superlatives

By Dr. A. Quinton White

On occasions, I am asked to identify my favorite animal. This question usually comes up when I am talking to a group of elementary students and they get into what I term the superlative questions:…

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HEALTHY LIFE: New Cholesterol Guidelines Just Released

Nursed to Health, a recurring feature in The Florida Times-Union, has a new name—Healthy Life. Jacksonville University Brooks Rehabilitation College of Healthcare Sciences faculty discuss symptoms, diagnoses, and treatments based on patient cases handled by instructors, students, and

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MARKET LIFE: How to be an Intrapreneur

By Dr. Don Capener

Is it possible to simultaneously innovate and remain in a corporate job?

In the 2011 edition of his bestselling book, The Innovator’s Dilemma, Harvard professor Clayton Christensen claims the characteristics that make executives successful over …

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JU Dolphin in the Land of Bluenoses: Reliving Nova Scotia

By Sheri Webber

Christina LoBuglio, Graduate Assistant at the Jacksonville University (JU) Marine Science Research Institute (MSRI) joined OCEARCH for its 33rd expedition, a first in Nova Scotia for her and the entire team.

“You hear celebrities say all the …

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