Student Life Stories
Hosted in its usual spot on the Festival Lawn, the event gave students the chance to relax and let out pre-finals stress with their friends before saying goodbye for the summer (or longer).
Greek Life at the Graduate Level
Matt Ferramosca, Graduate Assistant with the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life, helps advise on-campus Greek organizations while earning his master's degree in College Student Personnel Administration.
A Wall Rises and Falls in Warren Nook
A unique art exhibit created by students in the GER 447 class to commemorate the 25 anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall invites people to add their own graffiti to a replica Berlin Wall.
Three JMU Classes Devote the Semester to A Local Non-Profit
Three classes in James Madison University's College of Arts and Letters have come together to collaborate with the Collins Center, a local nonprofit whose mission is to prevent child sexual abuse and provide sexual assault response and treatment.
"I'm Still Here" by Emily Cavan Lynch
Photographer Emily Cavan Lynch took the pictures while working on a mission trip as a Field Communications Officer with Doctors Without Borders/Medecins Sans Frontieres.
Break the Silence
By working together, we hope to communicate and highlight sexual assault as a major public health, human rights, and social justice issue and to reinforce the need for prevention efforts.
"Our first love and last love is self-love"
In 2012, with help from the Leslie George Memorial Fund for Eating Disorder Awareness, the University Health Center's Student Wellness and Outreach partnered with JMU students to create a body image acceptance campaign called Absolute Value.
The Best Way to Spread Christmas Cheer
Buddy the Elf traveled all the way from the North Pole to host with Operation Santa Claus and help JMU helped raise more than Christmas spirit for local foster children.
Graduate Student Gone Greek
Taylor Symons, Graduate Assistant with the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life, helps advise on-campus Greek organizations while earning his master's degree in College Student Personal Administration.
Dukes to the Rescue
David Krajewski is a student at JMU and a member of the Harrisonburg Volunteer Rescue Squad. He considers this to be a defining part of his JMU experience. He sat down to talk about his involvement.