• Kevin Powell Martin Luther King Jr. Week Celebration Schedule

    Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration week commences with Kevin Powell, an activist and writer, speaking at the formal program on Jan. 15 at 6 p.m. in Memorial Hall.

  • khan and barker-bright light Creating dialogue

    Recent graduates Najeeha Khan and Kayla Barker bring the resources and knowledge they've gained at JMU home to promote discussion and civic engagement.

  • pitch in logo thumb Concert to benefit disaster victims

    Student groups combine forces with United Way to assist victims of recent natural disasters

  • G4VA thumb JMU Joins Growth4VA Campaign

    JMU joins higher education and business alliance to invest in universities to stimulate economic growth

  • Camp Kesem Creating 'magic'

    The JMU chapter of Camp Kesem hosted its first summer camp in August for children affected by a family member's bout with cancer.

  • vs-rodriguez.jpg The Valley Scholars Effect

    Believers join forces to create a bright future for area youth.

  • Engagement Fellows A meaningful engagement

    JMU's opening trio of Engagement Fellows has completed a rewarding year of public service.

  • Harrison House Dig 1 - thumb Digging into history

    Nash, an associate professor of integrated science and technology who specializes in archaeology, has been looking . . .

  • HIIE Explanation Jumping right in

    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

    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

  • Photo of Arthur and Shonda Moats and their family Students get the scoop on Arthur Moats

    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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