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On Friday Sept. 18, the JMU Board of Visitors met to discuss the return of students on Oct. 5. After an outbreak of COVID-19, the university sent on-campus residents home and transitioned in-person classes to primarily online formats. President Alger said in the meeting that the administrati…

JMU encourages students to monitor their health with LiveSafe, but how effective is the app at preventing the spread of COVID-19?

Ashlee Youngblood is a senior at JMU. After a trip to DC, She discovered the unfortunate reality of the homeless population there. Ashlee came across a homeless camp where “a ton of people were in tents” and “trash was overflowing.” While in quarantine, Ashlee wanted to give back to people i…

Breeze TV's Colby Johnson sat down with Harrisonburg's new interim Police Chief Gabriel Camacho a day before he steps into the position on September 12th. Camacho will replace outgoing Police Chief Eric English who is leaving Harrisonburg to take on the same position in Henrico County. Engli…

Kings Market is a popular convenience store in downtown Harrisonburg. The business is popular among JMU students for its good deals. Check out this inside look at Kings Market.

Chief of Police Eric English accepted another position in Henrico County leaving an opening for the job in Harrisonburg. The Harrisonburg Police Department has named Deputy Chief Gabriel Camacho as interim police chief and he will start that job on Sept. 12. English served the Friendly City …

The Harrisonburg Department of Transportation has implemented new health and safety policies in order to protect public transportation users from coronavirus exposure. Hundreds of JMU students use the bus system on a daily basis and these new COVID-19 protocols help ensure social distancing …

Classes have moved mostly online which may impact where students vote. Despite this hindrance, the JMU Center for Civic Engagement has made plans to get students registered to vote in the upcoming November election.

Harrisonburg, Virginia got its first cidery this summer. Sage Bird Ciderworks opened downtown in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic. The business operates in a revamped auto repair shop and serves a wide variety of artisan ciders made with locally grown Virginia apples. Sage Bird's taproom …

A JMU student joined the fight against COVID-19 on the frontlines this summer by working as a clinical collection specialist. Her job as an essential employee involved traveling across the East Coast collecting and shipping coronavirus swabs. She shares her experience on Breeze TV and gives …

Bob Wease, a JMU alum, has been playing baseball his entire life. He joined the Valley Baseball League in Harrisonburg at age 13 and has been inducted into the RCBL Hall of Fame as their youngest player. He talks about his passion for baseball and why he is still motivated to keep playing.

Five days into the semester, JMU President Jonathan Alger said in an email that the university would shift to primarily online learning. This announcement came after days of rising coronavirus case numbers reported on JMU's COVID-19 dashboard. The email also mandated that on-campus residents…

Breeze TV went to the Quad and interviewed first-year students about JMU's announcement that all freshmen will have to move off campus by September 7.

Following an email released to the JMU community about the university going fully online by September 7, University Spokesperson Caitlyn Read answers questions about the future of the fall semester.

Students returned to James Madison University for an in-person fall semester. Breeze TV takes a look at the coronavirus case numbers and reviews JMU's COVID'19 safety measures that have been put in place all over campus. Some of these policies include cleaning blocks, mask mandates and hand …

Memebrs of the Student Coalition Against Racial Injustice, also known as SCAR, were interviewed about racism at JMU on Breeze TV. The group was involved with the Black Lives Matter protests on campus and they are seeking more action from the university to address racism and inequalities.