James Madison's advice: "the public good, the real welfare of
the great body of the people, is the supreme object to be pursued.
History professor Kevin Borg chronicles the auto's advance
across America in his new slice-of-life course, The Automobile in
In the shadow of the Grand Ole Opry, Tom Ward ('79) orchestrates
a major performance -- not in concert, but on the ice. He is executive
vice president in charge of marketing for the NHL's Nashville Predators.
Magda Bullock ('90, '92M) and JMU students are training
local Latinas to become promotoras,
or neighborhood ambassadors of health, who help other new immigrants
care for their families' health needs.
Power of Service
Saving the world is a powerful motivator for Peace Corps
volunteers like Erica Bleeg ('96) and Meme McKee ('99), who show that
service learning is potent enough to help others -- and themselves.
Out of Obscurity. Sometimes
we even laugh.
Phil Vassar ('85) likes a simple night -- him, his piano
and 25,000 fans. His country music hits are tearing up the charts,
while Carlene and Just Another Day in Paradise have
already hit No. 1. Now Hollywood agents are knocking at the door for
Wicked This Way Comes
Stephen Bowers Analyzes Deadlier Kind of Terrorism.
Wingo lives up to Great Expectations.
Pulitzer Prize winner to headline March 15 celebration.