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.
In the 2019 fall semester, the average pay per credit-hour for adjuncts across all JMU departments was $1,301. The Breeze examines how that average breaks down by department, as well as the university's reasoning for its compensation practices.
JMU adjunct professors faced economic uncertainty around the spring semester due to the impact of COVID-19 on the university's fiscal standing.
Falling enrollment numbers the coronavirus has caused the university's budget to suffer.
Under President Alger's tenure, sources say, JMU has moved away from a transparent and accountable leadership model.
History associate professor Mary Gayne took to Twitter to express her discontent with the Republican Party. The tweet opened the discussion of political tensions on campus and attracted the attention of members of the JMU community.
Since JMU students have made their way back to Harrisonburg, the rules regarding social gatherings have been unclear to some. Find out how OSARP handles these cases and what the specific guidelines are for JMU's Stop the Spread agreement.
The majority of respondents to The Breeze's survey expressed dissatisfaction with how JMU leadership has handled COVID-19. Find out more about the survey's overall response and what the JMU community wants the university to focus on going forward.
Local Harrisonburg churches change their services during COVID-19 by offering virtual services from home.
Following a Board of Visitors meeting, the JMU community is split on whether the university should resume in-person classes on Oct.5.
Professors discuss the challenges with transitioning back to in-person classes on Oct.5.
JMU requires students to download the LiveSafe app to self-screen and potentially report health discrepancies.
JMU's "Black Lives Matter" Spirit Rock was defaced in at least one confirmed incident. Representatives from the JMU NAACP and SCAR both claim they "were not surprised."
Numerous former Young Life members have come forward to tell their story of discrimination they've faced within the Young Life community.
JMU's enrollment is slightly below projections, but the Office of Admissions said there's still a large amount of uncertainty around final numbers.