Senior Geographic Science Major Francesca Ross talks about JMU Geographic Science and some of the experiences she's had in the program.
Students from the Harrisonburg community gathered in ISAT to participate in a coding event called Game Jam. They learned about computer science concepts by conceptualizing and programming their own video games.
Dance for Parkinson's is a program that started at JMU on September 28th. JMU's Theatre and Dance, the College of Visual and Performing Arts and the School of Music host the classes where participants learn movements that help relieve Parkinson's disease symptoms.
This week, JMU computer science student Kush Gupta talks about his summer job at a defense contracting company where he developed tools. Continuing to work during school, Gupta says that his job helps him learn to balance studying and working.
An Uber driver and passenger found themselves unlikely heroes when they stopped to wake residents of a home on fire overnight. Head to breezejmu.org for updates on this developing story.
Working with industry professionals, JMU dance students learn dynamic and diverse choreography that was premiered at the New Dance Festival in the Forbes Center.