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A Picture of Visionary Leadership Through the Lens of the Presidency

Originally published in the Spring 2017 issue of WAVE Magazine. Re-posted in honor of Dr. Kinne’s 102nd birthday, May 23, 2019.
By Tim Cost ’81

We should all aspire to inspire the way Fran does, to live her legacy.

Dr. …

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Frisch Family Welcome Center Officially Opens a Gateway to Opportunity

By Laura Phelps

Four generations of the Frisch family gathered on a sunny April afternoon to mark an historic moment at Jacksonville University: the official opening of a new building that bears the Frisch name and stands as a shining …

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Announcing JU’s Women of the Year

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 …

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JAGS Favorite, JAX Native, JU Legacy Alum

By Sheri Webber

Alexander “Alec” Hadden graduated from Jacksonville University (JU) in 2014, with his BFA in Musical Theatre. On Sept. 16, he wowed a packed stadium where more than 68,500 fans anticipated the Jacksonville Jaguars facing off with the …

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Following Fran through the war years

Taiping Road, Hankow, 1908

By Sheri Webber

“What can I do? I want to help.” Those were the words of 22-year old Frances Bartlett to U.S. Representative Paul Cunningham in a 1939 letter. Cunningham had served during World War I and knew her family …

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“American … Go Home!” How Fran Kinne’s mettle overseas helped her become the “Frau Doktor”

Originally published in the Spring 2017 issue of WAVE Magazine.
By Phillip Milano

It’s hard to picture Fran Kinne rattled.

After all, in her century on the planet, she’s forged ahead boldly on numerous improbable-yet-successful projects, presided over a growing …

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