Jessica Kronzer is a freshman media arts and design major. She has passion for writing and dance and plans to continue pursuing both interests. In her free time, Jessica often marvels at the beauty of JMU sunsets and sings Panic! at the Disco.
Students reported mold in their apartment to the maintenance department at The Harrison and didn't receive any help until after parents got involved.
JMU alumni and family of current JMU students have been affected by the evacuations for Hurricane Florence. Over one million people have evacuated.
Vice President of Student Affairs Tim Miller is hosting meetings with students to discuss JMU's sexual misconduct policy. So far, few students have signed up.
The Shenandoah LGBTQ Center hopes to provide resources to the LGBT community in the Shenandoah Valley and has raised nearly $4,000.
House Bill 1 prevented student contact information from being distributed without consent, but the bill has had unexpected impacts on JMU.
Friendly City Pedicab has opened this summer in downtown Harrisonburg to provide a new kind of ride to the city's residents.
JMU graduate Haley Yates secures her first job after college to work for Nickelodeon. Yates will begin her job as a licensing coordinator on May 14.
This Friday students will have the opportunity to gather on the quad and peacefully protest against sexual violence from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the Quad.
The fundraiser, jmMingle, is aimed to help local at-risk teens pay for college. The survey will be open until April 13 and matches will come out April 20.
Peer access advocates work in the office of disability services at JMU. They aid other students who have disabilities on campus.