Editor's Picks

  • collins-anne.jpg Paying it forward

    Alumna Anne Collins shares reasons high-achieving students are attracted to JMU.

  • Shahn-students 'Drawing on the Left'

    Duke Hall Gallery exhibit featuring Ben Shahn could qualify as destiny at work.

  • Paullin-guitar When divergent passions meet

    Alex Paullin's ('14) nonprofit organization uses music to spread the word about environmental conservation in the developing world.

  • David Vaughn - COB Learning Complex Supply, demand and opportunity

    Why is David Vaughn ('17) so adamant about supporting the new COB Learning Complex?

  • Pearl Scott Almond with 4-H Club Alumna approaching 108th birthday

    Pearl Scott Almond ('30) graduated from Madison when it was still known as the State Teachers College at Harrisonburg.

  • gabriele-swimmer-mmss17.jpg A fine balance

    Biology professor Mark Gabriele ('95) shares the far-reaching effects of the student-athlete experience.

  • wood-cliff-mmss17.jpg A Madison Experience in overtime

    Cliff Wood ('88) is proof the Madison Experience doesn't end at graduation.

  • trekking-twins-mmss17.jpg 'Trekking Twins'

    Twin sisters Sue Hollinger ('58) and Elrose Couric ('58) complete hiking the entire length of the Appalachian Trail.

  • football celebration A culture of winning

    Madison's unmatched success in athletics in recent years is not happenstance.

  • Student-athletes-table-meeting A balanced equation

    Student-athletes have the formula for excelling on the field and in the classroom.

  • wheelchair basketball Sports as empowerment

    The ripple effects of exposure to adapted sport and disability sport can be transformational.

  • presgraves-swimmer-mmss17.jpg 'All in'

    Amanda Presgraves ('16) took the drive to succeed from the swimming pool to entrepreneurship.

  • Jamie Nicholson women's lacrosse club The club scene

    With 50 sport clubs and 23 intramural programs to choose from, there's something for almost everyone.

  • Olivia Lehman and teammates Achieving success

    JMU Athletics is committed to cultivating a quality student-athlete experience.

  • 2017-hyink-cooperman-lehman Competitive in life

    A new leadership development program helps student-athletes transition from the playing field to professional careers.

  • Kin Headley From Frisco, with love

    Dukes fans showed up all season long, but few traveled a more difficult road to the FCS title game than Kin Headley ('91).

  • Adam Ballou US Soccer Can't-miss ability

    Adam Ballou ('15) hasn't let his disability keep him from reaching the pinnacle of his sport.

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The print edition of Madison publishes three times a year, and digital editions of the magazine are available in the months in between.


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