By Xavier Aninton
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.
It was three years ago when an exodus of students …Read More »
By Kathleen Kavanagh DMH, MSN Ed, RN
Have you or a loved one ever experienced a painful migraine headache that became more frequent and chronic?
Some causes of migraines include a family tendency or genetic predisposition, hormonal changes, weather related …Read More »
By Sheri Webber
He dared to be the first. Not just once, but again and again. In 1931, he watched the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra perform his work and five years later, he made history conducting the Los Angeles Philharmonic.
The …Read More »
WAVE Magazine staff sat down with Jacksonville University (JU) Alumnus Jeremy McKinnies to catch up on life since earning his Bachelor of Music in Composition and Theory. Better known to regional audiences as Jay Myztroh of the duo Stono Echo,… Read More »
By Dr. Don Capener
Does the federal deficit still matter?
The deficit mushroomed in the last 16 years as a result of increased government spending and tax cuts. The projected U.S. federal budget deficit for fiscal year 2019 is $985 …Read More »
By Kiana Blaylock
International Business major Avery Thompson has a passion for the cultures and business practices of other countries. Since arriving at Jacksonville University (JU), the Charleston-bred student-athlete has studied twice in Scotland and more recently in Barcelona. Spending …Read More »
By Natasha Ubani
Minna-san Kon’nichiwa! Hisashiburi…
We parted ways last time amidst New Year greetings and well wishes. Now, 2019 is fully under way. I know school is in the swing for you all, but I am currently enjoying spring …Read More »
By Mike Mitchell, USN (RET), Director of Military and Veterans Resource Center
The Mayport Naval Station and the Jacksonville University (JU) School of Education found some engaging common ground over the winter break. Southeast Regional Command Master Chief Bill Houlihan …Read More »