In a story of the redemptive power of love, L.A. cop and former JMU football player Derwin Henderson ('83) helps a street kid overcome the pull of gangs and violence and transforms a young life.
Donor-developer Bill Neff's vision for Harrisonburg converges with an expanding campus east of the interstate, where Blue Ridge Hall is the newest addition.
Professors Joe Blandino and Jonathan Miles and a handful of students hope their NASA-backed research will become the next big spacecraft propulsion system.
Students get a real-world toehold in the competitive world of athletics marketing by working with alum Andrew Lux ('00) on Adidas' newest soccer shoe.
It's the opposite of the old teacher saying, drill and kill. To the delight of schoolchildren, education professor John Fahey uses toys in the classroom.
Joann Grayson receives Virginia's highest honors by empowering her students to improve the lives of children.
In its annual toast to the Father of the Constitution, JMU welcomes Washington Post legend Ben Bradlee and historian Bill Brands, celebrates its scholars and donors and hosts t he intercollegiate Madison Cup debate.
Readers win, Jesse Jackson, a Madison Century, stories by alumni, President's letter, women's hoops and the Professors You Love.
Back in the Burg, JMUWorks, San Francisco reunion, Marine Corps Marathon winners, books, and lotsa active and interesting