When Jacksonville University’s female aviator team, the Flying Fins, placed 25th out of 55 teams in the Air Race Classic (ARC) last year, they were happy with their results.
After all, it was the first time the then two-woman team …Read More »
Whew! May was a literal whirlwind. I’m not sure where to even begin. Well, I guess there’s no better place to start than the beginning, right? Right.… Read More »
By Natasha Ubani
Wow! I cannot believe I have been in Japan for almost eight months already. It is absolutely mind-boggling how time has flown by! Considering that my program officially ends the last week of July, I …Read More »
By Kiana Blaylock
As this semester and my undergraduate career come to a close, I reflect on the things that made my time at Jacksonville University (JU) remarkable. Here are five things every JU student should experience before saying farewell… …Read More »
By Natasha Ubani
Last time I mentioned that cherry blossoms were already springing up around Tokyo. Since my last post, I have experienced a full cherry blossom season.
Cherry Blossoms, or Sakura in Japanese, are a national sensation. …Read More »
Jacksonville University’s Women’s History Month committee, together with President and Mrs. Cost, hosted an evening to remember as three JU women accepted the distinction of Woman of the Year.
Throughout March, the University joined millions across the nation celebrating Women’s …Read More »
By Carley Stickney
Women’s History Month is coming to a close as the Linda Berry Stein College of Fine Arts opens its production of the acclaimed Broadway hit, “Legally Blonde: The Musical.” The Tony Award-nominated show takes the JU stage …Read More »
By Sheri Webber
Freedom is often something taken for granted in America today. That is, until face to face with someone whose freedom was snatched away.
Her Song, a regional nonprofit dedicated to the rescue of human trafficking victims, has …Read More »