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  • Mar 3 2023 WMMS-thumbnail "A Fresh Commitment and Real Opportunity"

    For over a decade, the Whitten Maher Memorial Scholarship has celebrated the work of creative and principled communicators who express the most fundamental emotional truths.

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    Senior Grant Johnson (‘24) has become adept at time-management skills while at JMU — if only to ensure he finds campus parking. The editor-in-chief of The Breeze, he interned with The Washington Post last summer.

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    Ja’La Wourman creates classrooms to help students share and explore freely as they develop frameworks for writing and communication that honor their identities, backgrounds and cultures.

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