This semester, take a break from the stress of student life and catch a movie at Grafton-Stovall Theatre. The University Program Board now offers free, popular movies to anyone with a JACard.
Traci Rasdorf is a Culture Editor at The Breeze from Alexandria, Virginia. She’s a junior media arts and design major with a concentration in Journalism and a minor in Writing, Rhetoric and Technical Communication.
JMU students Alex Balbontin and Abbey Chaplain employ strategic shopping methods to closet their company, Well Clothing Co.
Forbes' elaborate rendition of "Green Day's American Idiot" will play from Feb. 19-23.
The 14-piece collection exhibited in Lisanby Museum until April 19 showcases movements that inspired social change from the 1950s to the late 1980s.
Natalia Seth, with a flair for imagination, runs a viral Instagram account called Escaping Youth.
In her capstone project, Olivia Daniels conducts a study on female students attending UREC in hopes of raising awareness on the importance of health education.
No meal is complete without a decadent dessert, including Thanksgiving. Culture writer Traci Rasdorf gives five recipes to satisfy any sweet tooth.
In a peaceful protest against the environmental impact of the ACP, Sarah Murphy and her longtime hooved friend Rob Roy are taking the 600-mile trek from West Virginia.
In the newest rendition of the classic Nutcracker tale, Disney takes an eccentric twist, incorporating CGI and creepy characters.
The museum, which had its grand opening in 2007, was inspired by Lance Kearns' personal collection and has contributions from private collectors.