Breeze editor Madisson Haynes shares some of her experiences from the beginning of her study abroad trip in Italy.
Lynda Bostrom went from painting the walls of Ruby’s Arcade in downtown Harrisonburg to creating a mural for a Steven Alan storefront in Washington, D.C.
Maslanka’s repertoire includes eight symphonies, 17 concertos, over 50 wind band pieces and many more pieces for assorted instrumentations.
Every year the town of Dayton, Virginia invites people from all over to celebrate their little community in the Redbud Festival.
On April 6 in Festival Highlands, the experienced performer took part of Dukes Pride Week and enlightened nearly 300 students with their story.
Michael Wu and Peter Chan, JMU alumni of 2011, opened their own Kung Fu Tea shop because of Wu’s inspiration from a business plan in his COB 300 class.
Dave Chappelle's decade-long disappearing act from the industry didn’t affect his ability to maintain relevancy with a crowd of long-time fans and newcomers.
Schumer’s comedic timing and delivery kept me interested, even though some of the stories were recycled.
Khalid's album is a dreamy, spacy project in which '60s soul meets contemporary R&B, presented by a smartphone-obsessed crooner for the internet age.
2015 Pulitzer Prize winning poet Gregory Pardlo brought his work to JMU’s Festival Highlands room in an event hosted by the Furious Flower Poetry Center.
The Reel Change Documentary Film Festival is open from March 20-25 at the Court Square Theatre. The festival brings non-fiction films attempting to bring awareness, advocacy and change to the table in hopes of creating public dialogue and initiating education.
This exhibit, “Animals in Color,” features paintings by Rachel Newman, a junior graphic design major, and will be on display at Clementine Cafe until April 2.
This journey culminated in “Somaliland,” a documentary that shares the enduring stories of five Somali students as they overcome unimaginable adversity.
“The way I think about it, it’s not just clothes. I’m selling you a lifestyle.”
Local hip-hop artist and Blue Ridge Community College student Keano Illidge brings his pencil to the paper and allows the lyrics to flow, ready for the world to hear his message.
Thomas Moore, whose wife attended Madison College, donated 700 pulp magazines to JMU’s Special Collections in Carrier Library.
The 2017 Academy Awards wasn’t a night of many surprises, that is, until the very end. As expected, the “La La Land” wins were plenty and the Trump references were frequent.
Alec Baldwin has practically become a cast member of “SNL” again due to his popular portrayal of President Trump, so it only felt natural to see him on the stage as a host.
If there’s anyone who knows how to announce a pregnancy and simultaneously break the internet, it’s Beyoncé.
The excitement Kristi Monte, a junior music major, has experienced when teaching not only fueled her passion to become a music teacher, but to start her own music company.
With only a simple sheet of paper and a set of special folding patterns, an ancient art form and modern science collide to shape the focus of one man’s career.
An elderly couple, Irish immigrants and a blind carpenter share the spotlight at faculty film screening.
Blue Sprocket Sound is a recording studio and audio production company located on Miller Circle and brought to life by Chris Jackson.
Askin was originally inspired to try body art after seeing pictures online, but she decided that backs would be the perfect channel for her paintings because of their relatively flat space.
Within the first few minutes of “Split,” the film immediately begins with a tense, thrilling scene that gets under your skin, just like most M. Night Shyamalan films.
Every time I finish watching one of John Mulaney’s comedy specials, I feel like I just completed an entire week's worth of ab workouts.
The book came on shelves Nov. 16 and is authored by Zachary Barnes, a JMU alumnus (’14), who majored in music education.
There are currently more successful female comedians than ever before. With this boom of comediennes and the many books they’ve written, came the rise of an entirely new genre of autobiographies.
Despite the family name, freshman theatre major Christie Duke is one of the first in her family to attend JMU, although many have toured the campus.
As far as documentation is concerned, Austin doesn’t exist.
Many assume “My Little Pony” is a show for children, but Bronies are adamant that isn’t the case.
With a passion for both service and chemistry, members of Alpha Chi Sigma head to local elementary schools a few times a month to show the students how fun chemistry can be.
In a dance group called Visual Distortion, dancers escape from responsibilities into a world where they allow music to take control and direct their every move.
Student discusses being transgender, working with the LGBTQ Ally & Education Program at JMU
While all travels come to an end, Followbands allows customers to hold onto their favorite memories by engraving them into a permanent keepsake.
“An adventurer, that’s what he is. You don’t meet too many people like that.”
Cosmetic company CoverGirl has brought coverage to a whole new level by signing on its first hijab-wearing brand ambassador.
In attendance of its premiere were Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, producer Colin Firth and director Jeff Nichols.
For these JMU students and professors, their hobbies and interests make them stand out above the rest.
Seven teams, including a JMU representative, competed last night at the seventh annual Dancing with the Stars of the ’Burg.
Trae Sale's church partnered with an organization in Guatemala called Hope of Life, and the group of volunteers worked on houses, helped out at a children’s hospital and handed out food at the landfill and other villages.
Madison Meditates offers a variety of mindfulness techniques and relaxation yoga sessions.
The Marwaha sisters, along with JMU’s Bhangra club, will see those aspirations come to fruition as it hosts its first ever Got Bhangra Competition.
Shaina Allen and her partner and producer, Mike Esposito, worked tirelessly on their new documentary “The Rebound," which focuses on the Miami Heat Wheels, a wheelchair basketball team.
“Rocky is something that a lot of people are sort of afraid of because of how big and how much of a spectacle it is."
Garrett Martin isn’t camera-shy when it comes to adventure — like being the first to create a thru-hike documentary chronicling a trail in Patagonia, much of which has been undiscovered.
“It is one thing people don't realize, is the amount of time that goes into modeling. We will work 19-hour, 22-hour days."