What is MAD4U?!Madison 4U hosts a variety of events in Madison Union and the Festival, known as the Union Buildings. Come out, have fun, and make new friends! There is always something going on with MAD4U!!
Click Each Event for a Full Description*:*While we do our best to provide accurate information, the hectic nature of campus life means that details will occasionally be subject to change. The Mad4U staff will announce and update events regularly on the calendar of events as well as our MAD4U Facebook Page.
Come celebrate "hump-day" every Wednesday at 4:00pm over tea and scones! Teatime has quickly become a tradition for community building and sharing, over a cup of hot tea provided by MAD4U. Teatime will be held in the lounge outside of the Student Activities & Involvement office, Madison Union 320.
Mad 4U hosts an open studio in the Club House, Madison Union 208 every Saturday evening from 7:30 until 11pm and you don't have to be an art major to come get your "creative" on! We will put out supplies for a variety of projects including card and jewelry making as well as provide the space to spread out a bit and work on art of your own imagining. Look for theme development on some Saturdays as we invite local artists and crafters for special events. Get a feather in your hair, paint a pair of Tom's, make a hula hoop, or learn to sketch for stress relief. We've got the space if you've got the time and interest, plus a cookie. What's not to love?!?
Grab your lunch and head to TDU @noon every Friday for a lunchtime showcase of student talent recruited from Open Mic Night on Tuesday. During every Open Mic Night, our talent scouts are out and listening for performers who can hold the stage for an hour long concert to celebrate week's end!
Every Tuesday night in Taylor Down Under, Madison 4 U hosts an open mic night, which gives JMU students an opportunity to be in the spotlight. Solo and small ensemble acts are welcome - be it poetry, stand-up, or music as long as it's legal this is your opportunity for 20 minutes of fame! Musicians, please consider this an audition for our Tunes at Noon show every Friday in TDU!
Starting on Tuesday mornings students can sign up online here:Open Mic Night Form
If you are having difficulties signing up on the online form, please call 540-568-8157.
On four Fridays in the fall semester, come shake off the school week and welcome the weekend with Mad4U! Bring your friends to play yard games, listen to free live music, dance, and do yoga in the grass! There will also be free cake and giveaways!
The next Get Down at Sundown will be held on Friday, October 6th from 5-7 p.m. on Hillside Field, featuring Greg Ward! Check him out ahead of time here: https://www.facebook.com/gregwardmusic/
Fall Semester Mindful Experience Retreat Day will be held on Saturday, December 2nd in Festival from 1-5 p.m.
Hosted by: Madison 4U
Sign coming later in the semester!
The first 50 participants to sign up will meet in the Highlands room of Festival at 1:00pm for opening circle and meditation.
More details coming soon!
The Koru Mindfulness program was developed over the course of a decade by psychiatrists Holly Rogers, MD & Margaret Maytan, MD to bring the benefits of mindfulness to the college students they worked with at Duke University’s student counseling center.
Koru Mindfulness is evidence-based curriculum specifically designed for teaching mindfulness, meditation, and stress management to college students and other young adults. The curriculum consists of three components: Koru Basic, Koru 2.0 and Koru Retreat.
Shari Scofield will be offering Koru Basic in Madison Union 302 on Tuesdays at 4:30pm-6:00pm.
The first four sessions during the Fall 2017 semester will meet on Tuesdays, October 10th, 17th, 24th, and 31st.
Click the link below to sign up! http://info.jmu.edu/studentactivities/koru-mindfulness/
Saturday, October 7th from 1-5 p.m., Madison Union 256
Rest, relax, restore, rejuvenate, recharge - choose your own R's and attend an afternoon of mindfulness and contemplative practice to help you thrive during the second half of your fall semester!
Mad4U welcomes facilitator Connie Magee, a local and traveling yoga and meditation teacher, sound healer, massage therapist and energy worker, artist, and acupuncture student. Her teaching and healing work are deeply entwined.
Participants should meet at 1 p.m. in Madison Union 256 for the start of the program and plan on staying for the entire program.