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JMU Board of Visitors to meet this week

The JMU Board of Visitors will meet on Friday, February 10.

JMU shares information on loss of students

The loss our community has felt today is unthinkable.

JMU to offer free tax preparation and E-file services beginning in February

JMU will once again offer free tax return preparation services to members of the community.

Ukraine in the Classroom

Prof. Argentieri reflects on his experience teaching foreign policy and security in the midst of the Russia-Ukraine conflict to foster a hands-on learning experience

EXPLAINER: Crypto markets

JMU business professor John Guo explains what cryptocurrency is and how to get started in the market.

For star gazers, winter offers lots to see, prime conditions

With the arrival of the winter solstice, it’s the perfect time to grab a pair of binoculars or a telescope and check out the stars and planets.

2022: A JMU news look back

A moment of appreciation for the tremendous accomplishments of 2022. 

JMU professor offers tips to conserve energy, money in winter

Bitter cold is heading to the central Shenandoah Valley this week, but cranking up the thermostat could have some costly repercussions.

JMU will open at 10 a.m. due to inclement weather

Due to the inclement weather, JMU will open at 10 a.m. today, Dec. 15.

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