Editor's Picks

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    The Wardens are so passionate about future JMU students they’re starting a scholarship movement

    Kathy (’92) and Eric (’93) Warden said they will match new scholarship gifts up to $1.25 million pledged this calendar year to inspire donors to help JMU recruit and retain more than 100 aspiring Dukes.

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    Honoring her heritage

    A member of the Sappony tribe of North Carolina, Martin is double-majoring in English and Native American History, Culture, and Narratives and has a minor in Environmental Humanities.

  • 50 seasons of football 1 'You've come a long way, baby'

    Over the course of five decades, JMU football has gone from a nonscholarship program to a perennial FCS powerhouse.

  • Pippert lead image Tasting success

    Tassie Pippert ('11, '13M) has built a successful career as a chef, wine specialist, educator and TV personality.

  • storytelling-through-clothing.jpg Storytelling through clothing

    Exhibit traces the evolution of women's rights at Madison.

  • kaitlinporter_thumbnail.jpg Living the dream

    Kaitlin Porter (’06) and her wife and children are proof that even if you're living tiny, you can live large with more quality family time.

  • softball welcome home alger True grit

    They were not the biggest, strongest or most highly recruited athletes at the World Series. But they had something else altogether.

  • adowei.jpg ‘How can I be a solution?’

    Alumna aims to leave her mark on the world through her advocacy, writing and poetry.

  • BTC Ali Hogan Climbing the Rungs

    Alumna's nonprofit ensures that women who want to make a change have the necessary resources to live better lives.

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    Remembering Cynthia Coolbaugh

    Cynthia Coolbaugh (’70) was an active fighter for peace throughout her life. With the help of Barbara Benham (’70), we reflect back on her passions and progressive work that ultimately led to a Nobel Peace Prize.

  • alexis_cosby_thumbnail.jpg A sweet treat

    Alexis Cosby ('18) is taking the capital region by storm with her tasty and professional-looking creations.

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