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www.twitter.com/TheBreezeJMU The Breeze has been James Madison University’s student-run newspaper since 1922.

Since then, the newspaper has provided news and information to the university community. The Breeze publishes 9,500 copies every Monday and Thursday. The newspaper’s student staff produces the newspaper and website and is supported by a permanent professional staff.

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02/26/2022
RecRe boxes provide recreational equipment in Harrisonburg

Recently, businesses have had to turn to technology to connect. JMU alumni Griffin Harrington and Page Wood utilized the virtual world to create the RecRe box — a place where one can rent out recreational equipment and household items for a limited time.

02/25/2022
New streetwear store sees success in Harrisonburg

The Replay is a local buy, sell and trade streetwear store that opened up this past summer. This type of store is unique to the Harrisonburg area and has seen significant success since its opening.

02/25/2022
New powerlifting club comes to JMU

The weight is finally off the ground for JMU’s new powerlifting club. The organization has tried multiple times in the past to get the club approved at JMU, to no avail. Finally, though, the club was approved just before the start of the 2022 spring semester.

Opinion | Professors shouldn’t expect students to spend hundreds on textbooks https://www.breezejmu.org/opinion/opinion-...
02/24/2022
Opinion | Professors shouldn’t expect students to spend hundreds on textbooks

Opinion | Professors shouldn’t expect students to spend hundreds on textbooks https://www.breezejmu.org/opinion/opinion-professors-shouldn-t-expect-students-to-spend-hundreds-on-textbooks/article_1cff67aa-9521-11ec-903e-7f81d066d001.html

As tuition prices have steadily increased over the last few decades, paying for textbooks has become an increasingly difficult task for students who rely on financial aid. Professors should refrain

NCAA Division 1 SAAC signs "urgent request" to reinstate JMU in CAA postseason play https://www.breezejmu.org/sports/nca...
02/20/2022
NCAA Division 1 SAAC signs "urgent request" to reinstate JMU in CAA postseason play

NCAA Division 1 SAAC signs "urgent request" to reinstate JMU in CAA postseason play https://www.breezejmu.org/sports/ncaa-division-1-saac-signs-urgent-request-to-reinstate-jmu-in-caa-postseason-play/article_2904f1ce-902f-11ec-b2ca-9f7eb2550d7c.html

Three months after the Colonial Athletics Association (CAA) declared JMU ineligible for conference postseason play and two weeks after American East did the same to Stony Brook, the NCAA Division

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The Dukes have been strong on the back line this season, thanks to the leadership of senior Savannah Marshall, and the strong play of freshmen Jaydyn Clemmer and Madilyn O’Toole. Check out this feature on our defensive specialists from The Breeze ahead of today’s match.
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Junior Caroline Dozier reached 1,000 assists last week, in a match where she set a career high 56 assists. Read about how Dozier has found success on the court in this feature from The Breeze. #GoDukes
Check out this story The Breeze ran over the weekend about this year's election! https://www.breezejmu.org/breezetv/people-in-politics-tony-wilt/video_624d4bce-2870-11ec-b3e7-f3a2ff2e9a0c.html
“If this grant continues, it’s a win-win ­— not only for the state of Virginia, but across the nation.” Read more about the impact of Virginia's mixed delivery grant program in The Breeze.
Congrats to SMAD grad and former editor of The Breeze Courtney (Crowley) Rukan (‘00) on a huge promotion with The Washington Post.
JMU Softball Moving Forward. We're cheering for you Emily Lauren!
Grant Johnson, a sophomore JMU School of Media Arts & Design - SMAD major and copy editor at The Breeze, is one of 24 students from across the nation selected for the Society of Professional Journalists' Student Leadership Institute.
Grant Johnson, a sophomore SMAD major and copy editor at The Breeze, is one of 24 students from across the nation selected for the Society of Professional Journalists' Student Leadership Institute. SPJ calls these students "strong and already accomplished." Congrats, Grant!
The end of the semester is almost here. Why not celebrate summer with reading for FUN?! The Breeze has curated a book list for that exact reason, and they've included MONA AT SEA by Elizabeth Gonzalez James! Read here: Pre-order: https://buff.ly/2U91N8t