JMU alumna Lindsay Czarniak (’00) is one of the most recognizable faces in sports broadcasting. An anchor on the 6 p.m. weekday ESPN “SportsCenter,” Czarniak helps inform the nation on the day’s top sports storylines, night in and night out.

As much as this may bring you physical pain — as it does for me — think back to high school. As the newness of each year ran out and the leaves began to change, one event thrust itself into our lives: homecoming.

Homecoming weekend is a long-standing tradition at any university, and JMU is no exception. The Breeze has covered the hustle and bustle of events surrounding our school’s special weekend, following the changes over the years as they come and go. Today, we’re throwing it back to some of the …

Mr. and Ms. Madison are titles given to two seniors, one male and one female, who best represent JMU through their service and leadership. Nominations are open to any organization, but a committee made up of the student body vice president, two members of the Student Government Association a…

It’s the 10th anniversary of “Purple Out,” and SGA celebrated by reflecting on its past.

This senior will keep the school spirit, even in mom jeans.

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Homecoming weekend is a long-standing tradition at any university, and JMU is no exception. The Breeze has covered the hustle and bustle of events surrounding our school’s special weekend, following the changes over the years as they come and go. Today, we’re throwing it back to some of the …

Mr. and Ms. Madison are titles given to two seniors, one male and one female, who best represent JMU through their service and leadership. Nominations are open to any organization, but a committee made up of the student body vice president, two members of the Student Government Association a…