With young children in tow, Homecoming is part adventure, part nostalgia, as former Breezers Drew ('94) and Nicole Motley vanEsselstyn ('95) meet up with old friends and reacquaint themselves with a transformed campus.
Alexander B. Carter ('94) is one of 100 teachers honored by the prestigious Milken Family Foundation's National Educator Awards, the largest teacher recognition program in the United States.
Music industry professor David Cottrell and alumna Melanie Alnwick ('89) receive the ultimate TV honor. Each wins the coveted Emmy.
Satellites, computers and high-tech fabrics have changed life on the world's highest, coldest, most isolated -- and still dangerous -- continent. Shayne Clausson ('95) recounts his year at the South Pole.
President Linwood H. Rose says JMU will be the prototype of a new kind of university.
Teacher, cheerleader and friend, Dr. D turned bad days into happy ones
Buried Secrets earn Melanie Alnwick (' 89) an Emmy for investigative reporting.
A dragon in trouble reunites two alumni after two decades
Romanian native Ioana Niculescu investigates matter on campus and at Jefferson Lab, while helping to change the gender climate of her field by mentoring women in physics.
Alumnus Jim Acosta ('93) joins CBS News, covering the Andrea Yates trial, the abduction of Elizabeth Smart, Blackout 2003 and more.
Purple Power weekend, more Emmys, JMUWorks honorable service, Diamond Duke, Magnolia Manor, the "grass ceiling" and scoring big in Hollywood.
Letters, Washington Post legend Ben Bradllee, a new diversity initiative, bookshelf, teaching art, education reform, biology star, Dukes trio and more.