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Flight Team turns in strong performances at National Air Meet

The Jacksonville University Flight Team was back at Nationals this month for the first time in three years, with impressive performances including individual results of second place in the Certified Flight Instructor (CFI) event and 11th out of 140 in …

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Sailing Team headed back to National Championship

The JU Sailing Team has again made it into the College Sailing National Championship, one of only 36 college teams out of 250 nationally to qualify. That’s an impressive two bids to the marquee event in only three years’ existence …

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GUEST COLUMN: Attack ads are aimed at undecided voters

If voters claim to hate nasty attack ads and inane slogans, why do these seem to be the candidates’ focus?

Actually, the candidates are being very logical and following the advice of their political consultants.

This anomaly — candidates appearing

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JU partners with JBJ on 2015 Innovation in Education Awards

The Innovation in Education Awards (#JBJEducate) will honor those whose leadership and dedication inspire students and educators alike. Join the Business Journal and presenting sponsor Jacksonville University on May 14 as we honor individuals and organizations in Northeast Florida who …

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JU PPI, WJXT co-hosting crucial second round of live Mayoral and Sheriff debates

Channel 4, The Local Station, and the Jacksonville University Public Policy Institute (JU PPI) will again co-host hour-long debates between the candidates for Jacksonville’s next Mayor and Sheriff, including the final debate before the May 19 election in the hotly …

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Proud path: MECP program offers entry into U.S. Navy Nurse Corps

They’re a unique cohort of students at Jacksonville University, entering eager to learn all they can in their chosen subject and leaving not only with their bachelor’s degree but as officers in the U.S. military, proud alumni of one of …

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HEALTHY LIFE: What women need to know about bone health

You’re aging. You’re a woman. You have a diet low in calcium.

Those and other factors mean you could be at higher risk for osteoporosis, a medical condition in which bones become weak and brittle and more susceptible to fracture.

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