The Harrisonburg committee of the National TPS Alliance is sending three Harrisonburg locals to a D.C. hunger strike. The group hopes it will push the senate to pass immigration reform to protect Temporary Protected Status holders.
Michelle Montgomery, a professor at the University of Washington Tacoma, took part in a webinar presented by JMU's Center of Multicultural Student Services (CMSS) to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. day.
Journalist George Cahlink, his wife and his daughter share what they were experiencing during the riots at the Capitol last Wednesday.
JMU and College Republicans weighed in on the protests turned riots that occurred at the Capitol Building Wednesday. Both the university and College Republicans condemned the violence that took place.
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.
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 professors are partnering with on-campus organizations to provide numerous post-election programs to allow students to discuss the results of the historic 2020 election.
This election season, Virginians have the ability to vote on Question 1, an inquiry regarding whether or not the Constitution of Virginia should be amended. Doing so would change how district lines are drawn in the commonwealth.
JMU has surpassed 500 cases of COVID-19. The uptick follows the trend of new cases reported by Harrisonburg City.
As JMU welcomes students back to campus, it faces difficulties monitoring off-campus activities.
JMU International Students took to social media to express discontent with a recent U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement policy that has since been reversed.
Following feedback from a recent survey, the JMU Board of Visitors has decided to rename various buildings on campus.