JMU has seen a decline in applicants and has adapted their admissions processes because of the coronavirus.
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.
City Council this week discussed late fees and assistance for utility bills among other topics.
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.
JMU has refused to provide daily data of COVID-19 infections broken down by dorm building, citing privacy concerns. This refusal led to a conversation between The Breeze's legal counsel and JMU's legal counsel regarding coronavirus cases on campus and what information can be shared.
JMU was selected by the Virginia Department of Health to administer coronavirus vaccines.
Upon returning to campus for the spring semester, students must present a negative coronavirus test.
December graduates experienced a different graduation ceremony from years past and reflected on leaving JMU during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The students and teacher of Exceptional Education 330 threw a Zoom holiday party for the Pleasant View community.
For the remaining three weeks of the semester following Thanksgiving Break, students had the option to return to Harrisonburg or stay home and complete their remaining classes and exams online.
A virtual seminar, hosted on Dec. 8 by GoinGlobal, explained how COVID-19 may impact JMU students and their ability to find jobs following graduation.
Similar to other Virgina schools, JMU chose to stay open inbetween Thanksgiving and winter break.
Small Business Saturday, which took place on Nov. 28, was profitable despite COVID-19 regulations.
Dec. 9's city council meeting discussed the Harrisonburg SPCA, changes in landscape and the city's occupancy ordinance.
JMU students created bracelets and constructed care packages for residents at the Virginia Mennonite Retirement Community.
The social fraternity Phi Kappa Psi is facing suspension for breaking the Stop the Spread agreement by hosting a party with greater than 50 people.
JMU adjunct professors faced economic uncertainty around the spring semester due to the impact of COVID-19 on the university's fiscal standing.
JMU's SGA partnered with Open Doors to hold drives to help the Harrisonburg homeless community.
Falling enrollment numbers the coronavirus has caused the university's budget to suffer.
On Halloween night, Vice President for Student Affairs Tim Miller participated in his third ride-along with the Harrisonburg Police Department.
1 for All, a nonpartisan and nonprofit organization, held an event on campus last Thursday and Friday to promote First Amendment rights.
Gov. Northam issued new COVID-19 restrictions for the state that'll go into effect midnight Sunday. The new restrictions were because of an uptick in coronavirus cases in the state.
JMU will help to administer 1,000 free COVID-19 tests in collaboration with various organizations. The testing is being done to ensure those who have trouble accessing healthcare can get a test.