Shakespeare and Moliere have no place among the storybook creatures of JMU Children's Playshop. These fanciful beings have muscled aside the literary greats to take center stage and delight kids for a decade of summertime fun.
Desperate parents put their faith in the fury of Dave and Karen Thelen ('70) to help find their missing children.
Related both by blood and Madison allegiance, the descendants who bear the name of JMU's second president reveal why -- and the man behind the moniker.
Robert and Frances Plecker attend every basketball game -- men's and women's, Frances emphasizes. They have given $2 million for the future Plecker Center for JMU's athletes.
Anthropology turns 'intense and magical,' as students camp in the shadow of Mount Kilimanjaro and live with families in rural Kakamega during their study abroad in Kenya.
Hanging onto those teachable moments while being accountable by by Alvin M. Pettus, associate dean, and Teresa Harris, associate professor, JMU College of Education
Through the 1920s, '30s and '40s, the Comer sisters were the largest immediate family to attend JMU.
Tennis coach Maria Malerba's big serve. She begins 28th year
Mark Warner's lessons on leading a
meaningful life leave an impact
Readers' letters, professors' books, $10 million in
gifts, another Ph.D.,
hot admissions, famous alumni, awards and more.
Purple parents, JMUWorks, Duke Dog, marathons, alumni music, parks, public
policy and changing the world.