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JMU softball captured the nation’s attention and won new fans during the team's remarkable run in the Women's College World Series.
A Culture of Winning
‘You’ve come a long way, baby’
In 50 years, JMU football has gone from a nonscholarship program to a perennial FCS powerhouse.
Tassie Pippert (’11, ’13M) shares her passion for food and wine in the classroom and on the small screen.
Engaged with the World
‘How can I be a solution?’
Tragedy in her native country of Nigeria spurred Vine Adowei (’17, ’19M) to become an advocate for human rights. JMU helped her find her voice.
Storytelling through clothing
A historic clothing exhibit offers a window into the student experience on campus at the height of the women’s suffrage movement.
Being the Change
Remembering Cynthia Coolbaugh
Her friend and classmate, Barbara Benham (’70), reflects on Cindy's activism, her cooking skills and her work with the International Atomic Energy Association, which led to a Nobel Peace Prize.
Living the dream
Kaitlin Porter (’06) and her family got back to basics, traveling together for more than a year on a converted pink school bus.