Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam is touting his record on criminal justice reform in an announcement that 22,205 former felons have had their civil rights restored since he took office. But the governor is still far behind his predecessor, former Gov. Terry McAuliffe, who restored the civil rights of 170,000 former felons.
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Republican candidate Tony Wilt and Democratic candidate Brent Finnegan answered several questions from JMU students Monday night.
Brent Finnegan and April Moore visited JMU last week to discuss their campaign values and introduce themselves to JMU students.
After defeated No. 22 Old Dominion, JMU field hockey fell to No. 5 Virginia, 2-0. The Dukes are now 3-5 and will face No. 1 UNC on Sunday.
Roem, Virginia's first transgender delegate, spoke to the JMU community about her past and how she believes a positive attitude is crucial to a happy life.
JMU football has landed quite a few transfers over the past few seasons. Members of today's team reflect why they came to JMU.
Staying at the beach for the entire day and leaving at night will save money since there’s no need to pay for a hotel room
Alumna Tiffany Riggs ('18) graduated from college without paying a penny. She’s known to be an “all-in” person, which helped her reach success.
The Climate Action Alliance of the Valley hosted a panel titled "Wake Up Virginia: Mobilizing for our Climate Crisis" on Wednesday night. The panel discussed the pressing issues of deforestation and water pollution.