JMU Radio: 88.7 WXJM

Tune your FM dial to 88.7 WXJM and you will hear JMU's very own student-run radio station. Since October of 1990, the broadcast has expanded immensely, featuring various talk shows and programs that run day and night. Now, the station is known for more than just its refreshing hip-hop playlists. The JMU radio station functions … Continue reading JMU Radio: 88.7 WXJM

JMU Alumni Spotlight: CEO Obi Omile

For JMU graduate Obi Omile, his passion for business began at a young age. Originally from Atlanta, Georgia; Obi began working when he was just 11 years old, selling newspapers at a local metro station with his younger brother. During his time as a College of Business undergraduate student, Mr. Omile was an active member … Continue reading JMU Alumni Spotlight: CEO Obi Omile

The Six Types of Parkers at JMU [Video]

One aspect of driving to campus that can deter some potential drivers is fighting for a parking space. Student drivers who venture into one of our concrete jungles are exposed to a world of tight turns and revved engines. Each driver is in a race against fellow Dukes, and more importantly, the clock. The following list … Continue reading The Six Types of Parkers at JMU [Video]

The Value of Mentorships

Co-written by: Michelle Mullins There are often limits to what one's peers and professional network can offer. Mentors can serve as a third-party resource to help their mentees navigate their professional journey. Mentors can instill confidence in their mentees, and provide them with access to opportunities that would unavailable otherwise. While many individuals have had a mentor … Continue reading The Value of Mentorships

Experience Alternative Spring Breaks With JMU

Each year, a collection of JMU students spend their spring break on one of several unique service-learning trips. These Alternative Spring Breaks (ASBs), are unlike anything one could expect to find on a leisurely voyage to the beach. While the "traditional" spring break plans are perfect for unwinding, some Dukes opt for an experience volunteering rather … Continue reading Experience Alternative Spring Breaks With JMU

Tips & Tricks: Securing an Internship

Co-Written by: Stephen Abramowitz and Brooke Withers As the spring semester is well underway, college juniors and seniors are in the midst of the internship/job hunt. We all know that this can be a stressful time, as everyone spends countless hours filling out applications, preparing resumes and writing tedious cover letters. The Daily Duke sat … Continue reading Tips & Tricks: Securing an Internship

Eight Key Questions Song Contest

The Madison Collaborative's Ethical Reasoning in Action encapsulates eight important values to consider when making an ethical decision. Every first-year student learns these classic Eight Key Questions, with the acronym F.O.R.C.L.E.A.R. included with a packet of ethical dilemmas and tense deliberations, during 1787 Orientation Week. When the Daily Duke team found out about the Eight … Continue reading Eight Key Questions Song Contest