Madipalooza or "The Festival at Festival" will be celebrating their 8th annual music festival on April 14th. From food and games to great music, this is an event that you do not want to miss! Check out 2017 Madipalooza: Manoa Bell and his band Gryzzle are extremely excited to be participating in Madipalooza this year. Originally … Continue reading Madipalooza 2018
The JMU School of Communication Studies and the Relationships, Love, Happiness Project will hold the 2018 Love Talk Summit on April 17th. This event will educate students, faculty, and community members about the inner workings of romantic relationships through panel discussions with experts, student-created mini-documentaries, and other presentations relevant to achieving happy, healthy romantic bonds with others. Students … Continue reading Love Talk Summit 2018
Not only is UREC one of the most popular facilities on campus, it is also one of the highest student employers. UREC's team includes over 500 student staff and offers internship and practicum opportunities to students. Built in 1996, UREC has grown tremendously in size and bandwidth. From an extensive fitness and aquatic center to … Continue reading Student Employment & Donors – UREC
Think back to when you were an incoming freshman — what is something you wish you had known before coming to college? As current freshmen are wrapping up their first year at JMU, we asked them to give some advice to #JMU22. See what they had to say! Do you have any words of … Continue reading Advice for #JMU22 from Current Freshmen [Video]
Digicomm is a small team of WRTC, SCOM, and SMAD majors aiming to help JMU students become the best content creators possible!
Going to the movies can be expensive. On average, a matinee ticket can cost upwards of $10 for an adult ticket, and even more during the evening showtime hours. More money is often spent when you purchase your tickets online with added convenience fees. Not to mention the necessary movie snacks of popcorn, soda, and … Continue reading Moviepass, The Latest Fad
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
'Tiny Planet' is an effect I recently discovered on my computer. It’s been used in music videos and media content for a few years now, but you probably haven’t seen JMU with this effect. I really enjoy finding new ways to showcase our amazing campus. There are so many connections between JMU students, it makes … Continue reading JMU: Our Small World
This Friday marks the night of Relay for Life held right here on campus. The activities start at 6 pm and will continue through the night until 6 am on Hillside Field. The 12-hour fundraising event supports the American Cancer Society and last year, JMU was the third largest collegiate Relay in the nation. This year, … Continue reading Why Relay?
Hello, future Dukes! Looking back on my senior year in high school, I still vividly remember the stressful days of preparing to embark on my journey at JMU. My mom and I began a "college" pile of belongings for my dorm room that eventually consumed our entire guest room. Moving into a dorm, beginning college … Continue reading 5 Tips for #JMU22