The Shakespeare Project Reimagines "Romeo and Juliet"
Free series aims to make the arts accessible to the masses.
University's "Try It" program returns for third year.
A rundown of the major business discussed at quarterly board meeting held on July 19.
JSU's best export - its people - are lending their talents to The World Games.
Hugh D. Merrill Hall, once destroyed by an EF-3 tornado, has been rebuilt and rededicated.
Dedication ceremonies will be held for Hugh D. Merrill Hall and the Miriam and James Haywood Fountain. All are welcome to attend.
The 2nd annual Cocky Cookoff BBQ Competition and Festival is scheduled for Aug. 12-13.
The Child Development Center will open two state-funded pre-k classrooms this fall while expanding care for children ages six weeks to three years old.
Dr. Lori J. Owens has been named dean of JSU Honors and Andy Green assistant dean of operations and special programs.
A team of JSU scientists will soon embark on an archeological research trip to Iceland in hopes of uncovering the mysterious lives of ancient Viking settlers.
Established in 2020, the two-year graduate program prepares students to evaluate and prevent injuries in active persons.
More than 2,100 students were named to the Dean's or President's List for their outstanding academic performance in the spring.
The special event presented by the university and the community will be held in Merrill Hall on June 16, 6-10 p.m.
Joining the staff at JSU Dining is the fulfillment of a lifelong dream for Sodexo’s newest team member, Dex.
Marching Southerners to begin taking reservations on June 6 for those who wish to accompany the band to France for the 80th anniversary of D-Day.