Join JMU’s Student Ambassadors for their annual Carrie Kutner Field Day Tournament on March 24th on the UREC Turf from 11am to 3pm. Carrie Kutner was a JMU Student Ambassador in 1994-1995 until she tragically lost her battle with cancer. In her honor, get eight of your friends together and reminisce the days of elementary school by playing games such as an egg spoon race, a water balloon toss, and everyone’s favorite game: Ships and Sailors. Proceeds benefit the Carrie Kutner Scholarship. For more information, check out the Facebook event!
JMU’s Co-Ed Community Service Fraternity, Alpha Phi Omega, is working to raise money for the Madison Forever Fund. Madison Forever Fund developed after Madison For Keeps dissolved, primarily to help pay tuition for students who suddenly cannot afford it. Come participate in the 5k run on March 25th at 10am beginning on the Festival lawn to help every Duke stay a Duke! Check out the Facebookevent for more information!
On February 23, "Mad 4 U "held their monthly Live at the Festival Drum concert series, celebrating the best performances from Open Mic Night. First year student, Ricky Webster performed alongside six other students.
All Day – Monday, February 20th, 2012 – James Madison University Campus
Get ready for CHOICES! Every year JMU holds CHOICES for the newly admitted first years and their parents to help them decide to come to our school. This year, about 5,000 people will head to our campus on Monday, February 20th to explore the place we call home. Be prepared for a busy, tour-filled day and make sure you make these visitors feel welcomed, collegiettes! Go Dukes!!
Monday, February 20th, 2012 – Sunday, February 25th 2012 – James Madison University Campus
Join one of JMU’s sororities, Alpha Phi, in their annual heart health awareness week, APHIASCO. This week will be devoted to raising money for heart health awareness and research, filled with different fundraising events throughout Harrisonburg. Come into Sweet Bee on Tuesday, February 21st or Chili’s on February 22nd to donate a portion of your meal cost to APHIASCO. For more information about all the events, check out APHIASCO on Facebook!
Low Key performed their final Fall concert called "Winter Wonderland" on Friday in Memorial Hall (ugly sweaters in tow) for a study break before finals week! Seen here: the group's 'awkward family photo!'
JMU’s Madison Society is hosting a ten-week photography challenge of different events on campus. If you love photography, then this is for you! The Madison Society is creating long-lasting traditions on campus and you can be involved! The winner each week will win a small prize, and overall after the ten weeks there will be a grand prize winner. This is your chance to be involved on campus and help create a long lasting tradition!