Fellowship programs award students around the country that exemplify outstanding civic engagement. JMU Junior, Margaret "Magi" Linscott, was recognized as one of the 2017 Newman Civic Fellowship winners for her advocacy work on campus. Maagi is a Junior studying Public Policy and Administration and WRTC (Writing, Rhetoric and Technical Communication). Her work advocating for multiple issues on … Continue reading Student Awarded Civic Fellowship
Have you ever had an unpaid internship? Gaining experience is great, but it can be tough working without pay. That's why JMU CAP is now offering a new Scholarship Program to students! This is the first year Career and Academic Planning (CAP) is offering the scholarship program. Scholarships will be awarded beginning this Summer to students working … Continue reading Unpaid Internship Scholarship Program
JMU announced the artists coming for the Spring concert! Here's what you need to know about the concert happening on April 13th. WHO: Kap Slap opening for Cash Cash WHAT: 2017 Spring Concert WHERE: Convocation Center WHEN: Thursday, April 13th at 8pm I talked to Center Stage Committee Director, Joanna Rose, to get the full scoop on the … Continue reading Spring Concert Announced
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In the spirit of our fast-approaching #JMUGivingDay, we're continuing to bring you stories about giving at JMU and the impact donors make. When you think of donors, you probably think of university alumni. But giving isn't limited to graduates... current students give to JMU too! The Student Alumni Association (SAA) is an organization that allows students to … Continue reading JMU Students Give Back
Dear #JMU21, Take it from me, a senior wishing she was a freshman, the best way to ensure a positive college experience is by getting as involved as you can during your time at JMU. Of course you'll be sure to meet people through your dorms and classes, but clubs are another way you can … Continue reading Dear #JMU21
Feeling like a poor college student? This post may be of interest to you! Working on campus is not only a convenient way to make some extra cash, you may even be able to find a job that's applicable to your career goals! During my first few years in college I definitely felt the wrath of … Continue reading Looking for an on-campus job?
With the recent FCS Championship Football win under our belt, lets continue the momentum and keep up that duke spirit! Cheer on your fellow Duke athletes at the sporting events going on this winter season. There's clearly been a lot of excitement surrounding the fact that our football Dukes are NATIONAL CHAMPIONS. Whether you watched the game … Continue reading Keeping up the Spirit with Winter Sports
Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day dukes! You're probably excited to have the day off from classes, but let's also take a minute to reflect on who we're honoring this holiday and why: Martin Luther King Jr. was a key nonviolent activist leader during the Civil Rights Movement and is the only American to have … Continue reading Honoring Martin Luther King Jr.
After a stressful finals week, you deserve to treat yourself this winter break! Whether you're looking to relax, get outdoors, or spend time with friends and family, this bucket list covers it all. 1. Winter movie marathon! Snuggle up with a cozy blanket and get some quality couch time. Here are a few personal movie … Continue reading Winter Break Bucket List