According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, 41.6 percent of college students stated that anxiety was their top stressor within college. JMU has resources to help.
Check out these underrated corners of campus that you’ll keep coming back to during your four years.
Whether it’s because you don’t know the campus well or because you feel more comfortable with your friends, going places and doing things alone as a first-year student can be uncharted territory.
No matter what financial status you come from, it’s important that as a first-year student you know how to be smart about your money. Here are some tips to get you started.
Career, travel, marriage, kids: Thoughts of these adventures don't always float around in the minds of James Madison University's 20,000 undergraduate students. But some individuals on campus give a glimmer of hope to this unknown next phase of life, and who better to lead by example than JM…
It’s official! You’ve finally moved away from home and into one of JMU’s first-year residence halls. Freedom is finally at your fingertips, but it comes with a few parameters. Madison 101 asked some anonymous RAs for the scoop on dorm life. This is what they said.
College life often brings a lot of firsts. Maybe it’s the first time you’ve had so much freedom. Maybe it’s the first time you’ve shared a room. For many, it’s the first time you’ve had to do your own laundry. With mom hundreds of miles away, it’s time to learn to do it yourself. But don’t f…
Now that you're a Duke, it's time to start acting like one. Here are a few things most Dukes do before they graduate.
The Quad cats, Dolley and Jimmy, have patrolled the Quad for since 2010, but few know where they came from.
When you come to JMU, you live in the midst of a region that boats mountains, lakes, trails and more. Here are some hikes you should check out while you are a student
Not everyone is as lucky as me to be able to stay at JMU forever. It may not seem like it now, but time flies. I talked to some graduating seniors about how to enjoy and get the most out of your four years here.
Around 5 o’clock on a spring evening in 2014, Brian Hernández saw something trending on Twitter.
The Breeze's culture editor, Abby Church, asks students what they want to do before they graduate.
JMU alumnus David Saacke reflects on his experience as the duke dog, from being recruited at a party to passing down his wisdom to his daughter.
JMU alumni wrote a history book about James Madison University and submitted it to Arcadis' Campus History Series in order to give the school representation.
UREC has so much to offer that oftentimes things are overlooked. Culture writer shares her experience and some tips she learned from the healthy cooking class.
Two JMU students discuss why they made the decision to live outside of Harrisonburg.
With new and busy schedules, we need to remind ourselves to find time for our mental and physical health.
Breeze online managing editor Bennett Conlin ranks the best places on JMU's campus to watch a sunset.
Living a healthy lifestyle is something we all should strive for, but sometimes college can make that tricky. There are so many things going on all the time that we often fall out of whack with our bodies. Here are 15 ways we've found to help stay healthy at JMU.