- Graduating May 2020
Minor: Secondary Education
“I’ve been journaling ever since I was a little kid,” says junior Naomi Stuart.
This new Writing team member loves writing in every context, especially fashion and comedy writing. She’s good friends with former Writer Shelby Imes and filled out her application while hanging out with everyone in the office! She’s a Glen Ridge, New Jersey native with an English major and secondary education minor. She’s passionate about teaching children but would also like to continue writing while teaching English. So while she’s in college, Naomi wants to learn as much as she can about writing and literature.
While she’s not reading and writing, she flaunts her comedy skills in JMU’s improv groups Maddy Night Live and New & Improv’d.
Keeping up with the comedy in her life, Naomi admits, “I have an 8-year-old sister who hates reading and writing.”
CMSS Brings Social and Cultural Issues to Light at Def Poetry Jam
Festival ballroom filled with polite snaps, as well as a few hoots and cheers, on August 31st at the Center for Multicultural Student Services’ Def Poetry Jam. Free to all, the poetry showcase brought in poets who’d appeared on the HBO show Def Poetry Jam to perform at
FSL Egg Hunt on the Row: A Harrisonburg Event
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Browse Professional Clothing at Madison Union’s Career Closet
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UPB Hosts Ice Skating in the Festival Ballroom
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Get a Unique Perspective on Lisanby’s “Breaking Chains” with Terry Beitzel
Come to Festival 1108 from 2-3pm on Thursday, November 8th for some coffee, cookies, and enriching conversation! This Coffee and Conversation session will be at the Lisanby Museum’s exhibit “Breaking Chains: Voices from Slavery to Civil Rights”.
FSL Connects to the Community with Trick or Treat on the Row
October 25th was a beautiful, sunny day on Greek row, and many families and members of Greek life gathered together for
UPB Brings Folk and Americana Artists to JMU with Spotlight Sounds
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UPB Gears Up for Fall Concert with We the Kings
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Off Campus Life Reminds You: Take Your Time Before You Sign
Freshmen are always excited to bond with the wonderful people they meet in their first few weeks here at JMU, and many times