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The answers to the crossword puzzle in the 9/20 edition of The Breeze. [Read More]
Volleyball coach Lauren Steinbrecher has been leading the team for eight seasons. Now in her ninth year, she became the winningest coach in program history... [Read More]
With increasing naval missions, the number of ships needed is a topic of concern. [Read More]
In undergraduate years, it's easy to gain weight in a college environment. Still, the notorious "Freshman 15" can be avoided. [Read More]
Nate Campbell died in his apartment during orientation week. Friends and family are sharing their memories of the JMU student after his death. [Read More]
Cupcake Company celebrated its seventh anniversary Wednesday with a promotional event at the store. [Read More]
With its non-conference schedule in the rearview mirror, JMU volleyball is set to win its fifth CAA championship. [Read More]
After a conversation about math and physics a few professors from different departments have conducted research to better understand string theory. [Read More]
Two men's soccer Dukes received weekly CAA awards after the team's strong showing over the weekend. [Read More]
Ever since Colin Kaerpernick campaigned for Nike, customers have been destroying merchandise in protest. The writer argues that there isn't a point to this. [Read More]
JMU lacrosse head coach Shelley Klaes-Bawcombe was cited for public swearing or intoxication early Saturday morning. [Read More]
JMU women's soccer beat George Washington 3-0 to secure its second straight win. The Dukes now move to 3-6 on the season. [Read More]
From cancellations to reschedulings, the weather played a big part in JMU sports this week. Staff writer James Faris gets you caught up on everything... [Read More]
JMU men's soccer knocked off No. 21 Drexel in its first CAA competition of the year. The Dukes improve to 3-2-1 on the season. [Read More]
JMU men's soccer Aaron Ward-Baptiste has grown since arriving in the United States and it's paying dividends on the pitch. [Read More]
A 29-year-old was stabbed Saturday morning on the 200 block of Community Street. The victim is in stable but critical condition at Winchester Medical Center. [Read More]
The JMU running backs had a strong showing against Robert Morris. The Dukes' backs ran for a combined 386 yards against the Colonials. [Read More]
With the Sept. 7 release of Insomniac Games' newest gaming adventure, "Spider-Man" allows users to develop their own playing style. [Read More]
Former JMU men's basketball head coach, Lefty Driesell, was inducted to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame on September 7th, 2018. The Breeze spoke... [Read More]
Starting this academic year, Duo has required students to confirm push notifications for both Canvas and the JMU Health Center. [Read More]