Jacksonville University has announced its 2020 and 2021 Woman of the Year Award recipients. The winners for both years were announced during a live-streamed ceremony punctuated with performances provided by the university’s own Linda Berry Stein College of Fine Arts…Read More »
Tag Archives: Women’s History Month
The COVID-19 crisis curtailed many Women’s History Month 2020 activities, including this year’s public celebrations of Jacksonville University’s Women of the Year.
Still, members of the University community had nominated 34 exceptional undergraduate and graduate students and faculty and staff …Read More »
Women’s History Month highlights the contributions of women in history and contemporary society. In 1911, it started with a day, expanded to a week in 1980, and finally became a month of celebration worldwide in 1988.
Ever since, the celebration …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 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 »
By Natalie Williams
A new collaboration between WAVE Magazine and student-led campus publications, including The Navigator and The Aquarian, WAVE+ features articles written by and for Jacksonville University students.
If you are a Communications student at Jacksonville University, you …Read More »
WAVE magazine reflects on members of the JU community who have demonstrated this year’s Women’s History Month national theme: “Visionary Women: Champions of Peace and Nonviolence.” These JU Dolphins dared to be bold, to lead, and to embrace the unexpected.… Read More »
By Sheri Webber
“I’m with Audrey.” That was what the t-shirts and campaign signs stated, and it’s something people still say six years after Audrey McKibbin Moran’s run for mayor in Jacksonville.
In the decades leading to that memorable 2011 …Read More »