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For the School of Media Arts and Design, SMAD Fest is what some Digital Video Concentration majors consider to be the accumulation of their undergraduate career. This year, it’ll be taking place online at YouTube live on December 16th, 2020. Breeze TV got to sit down with two senior digital …

James Madison University’s newest faculty member, Matt Pardo, was recently featured in Dance Magazine for his ingenuity of handling COVID-19. With dance being such a hands on skill, the typical staggered class doesn't cut it for handling around 25 students per group. For Matt, innovation was…

Four years ago career veterinarians Mr. and Mrs. Gardner had a novel idea they were going to turn a barn into a farmers market. The market futures craft wine and beers from local distributors as well as local jams jellies and other goods. They also have a coffee bar ice cream stand boars hea…

The Rockingham SPCA started a Barn Cat Program in which cats that are not suitable to live indoors are adopted and live in outdoor areas such as sheds or barns and kill pests such as mice, moles, and others. These types of cats are not very friendly towards humans. The adoptions of the cats …

Breeze TV reporter Jessica Kronzer sat down with Rachel York who is with Students Against Sexual Violence at JMU to discuss what is at stake in the election today. York, who is a sexual assault survivor, said women's' reproductive rights are an important issue to her.

As a part of Breeze TV's election night coverage, two panelists with varying political beliefs met in the Alison B. Parker studio to discuss their opinions on President Trump's policies. Mike Dellanno from Turning Point USA expressed his support of President Donald Trump and endorsed his pol…

Mike Dellanno from Turning Point USA and Jilian Lynch from JMU's Environmental Management club have very different political beliefs. Breeze TV hosted both of them in the Alison B. Parker studio so they could discuss their opinions on former Vice President Joe Biden's proposed policies if he…

Reporter Keagan Hughes and Lorena Best explore Back Home on the Farm about 3 miles away from the James Madison University campus. Fall is a popular time for the farm. Becky Vaughan, an employee at Back Home on the Farm, mentions around March of every year, the farm starts to brainstorm for t…

For those looking to get on their feet and get moving, the Friendly City Dance Room in downtown Harrisonburg - located on the corner of Main Street and East Market Street - is the place for you. With classes every night of the week and regular socials, the Friendly City Dance Room has option…