The U.S. Supreme Court's refusal to address gerrymandering has left some states seeking new ways to solve the problem. Virginia’s Redistricting Commission has failed to meet its Oct. 2 deadline to decide on a legislative district map that will determine the composition of the districts for t…
Mental health resources deserve exposure in on-campus restrooms.
The difficulties of the return to on-campus life should be acknowledged.
While TikTok is globally popular for its trendiness, the consequences of heavy usage has taken a toll on younger generations.
Similar to last fall, JMU should implement hybrid classes for students who would prefer not to attend in-person classes out of fear of COVID-19.
JMU students should be able to put their mental health first, which means being able to skip classes without harsh penalties. Learning isn't productive if a student isn't in a healthy mindset.
JMU offers countless clubs for students to join. It's imperative that JMU students take advantage of these organizations to make the most of their time as a Duke.
Editor-in-chief Jake Conley discusses The Breeze's approach to covering traumatic events.
The new Texas abortion law is a dangerous step back from 1973's Roe v. Wade.
After coming off a disastrous fall 2020 reopening plan that garnered criticism nationwide and from leading health experts like Anthony Fauci, JMU continues to show its lack of transparency pertaining to COVID-19.
Editor-in-Chief Jake Conley discusses what the dismissal of his petition against JMU means.
Rather than banning abortions, Texas lawmakers should focus on preventing unwanted pregnancies in the state with education and better access to contraceptions.
The midterm elections could give the GOP the upper hand, letting them win the House in 2022.
JMU's 1787 Weeks of Welcome is designed for freshmen to make friends and grow accustomed to campus prior to the start of classes. However, some students might not think it lives up to the hype.