JMU's Board of Visitors met on Feb. 19 to discuss the university’s budget, renaming of the three quad buildings and a COVID-19 update.
Accounting majors in the COB have adjusted their practices in light of COVID-19.
In 2018, Sabrina Burress and Charles Shepard began planning a mental health clinic. That March, ARROW, Augusta Resources for Resilience, Opportunity and Wellness, was born.
Starting in March, students in the Hart School will have the opportunity to participate in the NASCAR University program. This is offered through the JMU course SRM 435 (Sports Marketing and Sales) and is taught by professor Alyssa Bosley.
The JMU Department of Political Science and the Center for Civic Engagement hosted a discussion over Facebook Live Friday regarding policy, politics and racial justice.
City Council this week discussed late fees and assistance for utility bills among other topics.
Student Body President Dela Adedze has the support of multiple members of JMU administration regarding his idea to bring free or reduced-price legal consultation to JMU students. SGA sent out a survey Jan. 26 to ask students about their legal service needs.
An inside look at student resources for safe sex and sex education at JMU.
After he was hired as the taproom manager for Brothers Craft Brewing in 2016, Josh Harold formed a partnership with the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank (BRAFB) to host a food drive every February. This is the fifth year the partnership is working together.
The Harrisonburg Downtown Renaissance constructed a master plan for downtown Harrisonburg that'll be implemented over the next 20 years.
Lisa Matthews, an 1990 alumna, was inaugurated as The National Press Club on Jan 31.
A local organization has started a GoFundMe to build a public restroom for the Harrisonburg houseless community.
With the help of numerous JMU professors, Page County is establishing a drug treatment court as an alternative to jailing nonviolent drug offenders.
As more people become eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, nursing students at JMU have become the first student population eligible to receive the coronavirus vaccine.