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MLK Breakfast and Black History Month

MLK Breakfast and Black History Month

Celebrating the birth and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. at the annual breakfast in Jacksonville, Florida is an honor. The opportunity for all faiths, cultures, generations, genders to engage in discussion, dialogue and sharing in unity the ideologies of men and women that worked tirelessly with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 

Why Men Should Mentor and Teach

Why Men Should Mentor and Teach

The need for more qualified male teachers is a serious issue in school systems nationally. Public, private, parochial and in higher education the demand for male teachers is high, but the availability of male teachers is small. There are multiple reasons, for the decline of men in education, to many to mention in this Blog.

Evolution of Your Blogging

Evolution of Your Blogging

Bill Gates, 1996 “Content Is King”

The evolution of Blogging can be seen in the increase of content that has a wide range of subject matter and relevancy to life experiences of the writer.

Parents What Do Your Kids See Online

Parents What Do Your Kids See Online

Parents: students will be out for Winter vacations soon.

Have you checked your browser safety ratings, updated your antivirus software, cleared your cache/history and cookies on your computers? These are  things that should be performed on a regular schedule.

The Silent Power of Blogging

The Silent Power of Blogging

“The Silent Power of Blogging” is displayed in the applied knowledge and skill of Bloggers; the creation of digital content that engages readers to think and process dynamic and engaging digital information. Blogging is not limited to any gender, age nor culture. Centuries ago men and women made writing tools from fruits/berries, charcoal /chalk and then pen/pencil. Tools of the past applied to walls in caves, parchment early paper, then paper to share thoughts, feelings, historical events and personal stories; now in the 21st century digital tools with the infusion of technology.

JU students take fifth in district in grueling computer programming event

JU students take fifth in district in grueling computer programming event

Ten problems. Five hours to solve them. Three guys. One computer.

Two balloons.

Jacksonville University computing science seniors Andrew Duane and James Laroche and sophomore Christian Wilde recently went up against 105 other teams from 80 Southeast schools in the annual Association of Computing Machinery programming competition.

Blacks Can’t Wait On the President

Blacks Can’t Wait On the President

Where do we go after the second election of President Barack Obama?

I want it to be known, that I’m proud to have Barack Obama as the President of the United States of America. I’m proud of his ability to lead and to be a role model. That being said, Blacks Cannot Wait on President Obama to make things better for them.