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    June 5, 2017: Duke Hall Gallery exhibition featuring Ben Shahn could qualify as destiny at work.
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    May 30, 2017: David Vaughn ('17) plans to become a "2020 Visionary" for the College of Business Learning Complex.
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    May 30, 2017: The NIH is interested because the research could help understand some underlying causes for sensory . . .
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    May 25, 2017: Pearl Scott Almond ('30) graduated from Madison when it was still known as the State Teachers College at Harrisonburg.
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    May 23, 2017: Nash, an associate professor of integrated science and technology who specializes in archaeology, has been looking . . .
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    May 22, 2017: Alex Paullin's ('14) nonprofit organization uses music to spread the word about environmental conservation in the developing world.
  • HIIE Explanation Jumping right in
    May 17, 2017: Initially, the program was intended to be a domestic study abroad in Florida where there are high immigrant and refugee populations. After . . .
  • Commencement Students JMU Celebrates Class of 2017
    May 5, 2017: Over the weekend, JMU graduated 4,365 students. On Thursday, 597 graduate candidates were celebrated at the Graduate School commencement ceremony. A total of 3, 768 undergraduates then became JMU alumni at Friday's
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    May 1, 2017: Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker and commencement speaker, Arthur Moats, spoke with The Daily Duke about his career and his excitement for commencement.
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    May 1, 2017: What"s the best way to take down drones targeting U.S. military personnel operating in a city full of buildings where danger . . .

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