The application process has begun for CAL's new Latinx faculty cohort, with interviews scheduled for late fall.
SOGIE held an open mic event giving students in the LGBTQ+ community the opportunity to share their experiences.
Family Weekend is around the corner, so here's a list of restaurants, museums, shopping and more for families to check out.
After booster shots for the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine were approved by the FDA, the Central Shenandoah Health District said the booster shots will be available in the Shenandoah valley within the next week.
While some are excited about this year's in-person Family Weekend, others are wary about its effects on the spread of COVID-19.
What began as a school project for Isaac Smith's interactive design class has turned into the development of an app for JMU's food pantry, which releases October 2021.
The "Read About Afghanistan" book display, which was organized by Yasmeen Shorish, is being featured online and in person in Rose Library.
With the Delta variant on the rise and large gatherings beginning to return, the JMU community reflects on the efficiency of the university's current mask mandate.
Students, alumni and faculty came together to talk about their experiences as members of the LGBTQIA+ at JMU.
The Yard is being constructed next to the Student Success Center, and will recognize historically Black, Latinx and Asian fraternities and their involvement on JMU's community.
Students and faculty members discussed in a meeting with architects their goals for future renovations in Carrier Library.
This week's city council meeting focused on criminal activity and incarceration, utility disconnects and the allocation of $179 million worth of funds.
Students and faculty attended a celebration of the renaming of three buildings located on the Quad, which were formerly named after confederate leaders.
Eric Campbell will step down in order to reflect and consider next steps in his career in city management, according to a press release from the City.