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    JMU's Furious Flower Poetry Center in collaboration with the Forbes Center paid tribute to Maya Angelou.

  • Semester in Scotland with map Fostering a liberal arts education abroad

    A summer program in Scotland allows JMU sophomores to complete a significant number of their General Education requirements amid the rich beauty and culture of the land.

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    Want to master critical reasoning skills? JMU English professor Mark Rankin says studying the humanities is a great place to start.

  • carrier-library-reopening-234135-1049.jpg The heart of the university

    Libraries and Educational Technologies at JMU is meeting the scholarly needs of students and faculty with specialized spaces and resources.

  • Cheryl Beverly at Fort Knox How to think, not what to think

    Leadership education at JMU bridges the civilian and military worlds to provide superlative results.

  • Evan Friss on C-SPAN JMU's own lectures in history

    History professor Evan Friss presents a lecture on "The Suburbs" for C-SPAN series.

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    Centennial anniversary of National Park Service offers time for reflection on the history, value and future of the parks

  • Jim Acosta portrait Truth teller

    CNN senior White House correspondent Jim Acosta ('93) discusses the Obama presidency, the American political landscape, Cuba and the state of journalism

  • bonded-gurniak-234171-1005.jpg A bonding experience

    JMU senior and Honors student Matthew Gurniak combined his love for chemistry and theater to create a musical

  • default image Harry Potter and the Muggle Scholars

    Rumors of the death of Harry Potter in the hallowed halls of academia are greatly exaggerated. Indeed J.K. Rowling's "the boy who lived" is alive and well, and poised to take center stage at James Madison University next month.


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