Photos from JMU women's basketball game against St. John's College. The Dukes overcame a deficit entering the second half and won the game 76-73.
JMU won the CAA title after beating their in-state rival Richmond in a game on Saturday, November 17, 2019 in Harrisonburg, Va.. The Dukes proceed to final game against the University of Rhode Island on Saturday, November 23, 2019 in South Kingstown, R.I..
TOTS Ice Cream specializes in homemade ice cream made with high quality, locally-sourced ingredients. Located in Penn Laird, VA, the shop was created by a family to honor their late father.
The City of Harrisonburg honored Americans who have served in the US military with a parade. Members of the community gathered alongside downtown Main St to watch the patriotic-themed floats pass by and to honor American veterans.
Shopping second-hand has become increasingly popular at JMU. With over 10 thrift stores in Harrisonburg, students have many options for snagging some great finds. Check out a few of the shops around Harrisonburg to get some inspiration for your next thrift trip.
The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond has a traveling exhibit called "VMFA on the Road" that travels all around Virginia to display selected works of art in the back of a 53-foot, climate-controlled Volvo trailer. This week it came to JMU. Here are some photos from the exhibit.
Donald Trump won the 2016 election but the Democrats want to take back the presidency. Students expressed their views about the upcoming 2020 election and discussed the chances of Democrats winning the presidential race against Trump.
Local vendors gathered at the Rockingham County Fair to show off and sell their collections of minerals, gems, and fossils. This was the 17th annual Valley Gem, Mineral & Jewelry Show and it was hosted by Horizon Gifts.
The JMU School of Art, Design and Art History Faculty Exhibition features art and scholarly work by JMU faculty members. The students created pieces with mediums ranging from painting to architectural design.