Monty
Monty was published from 2002 through 2005 as a supplement to the university’s print magazine, Montpelier (now Madison magazine.) The online publication was designed to showcase members of the James Madison University community—top professors, students, alumni, staff members, parents and friends.

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Submissions from 2017

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2003 Madison Scholar Awards, Allison Mall

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2005 Distinguished Service Awards presented at James Madison Day 2005, Nicole Maier

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A Diamond of a Season, Janelle DiOrio

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After a year at the pole, it feels like home, Shayne Clausson

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Alternative Olympic Dreams: Jim Gregory ('92) down under, Michelle Hite

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Art of Sharing: Esther Augsburger Shares Her Faith, Convictions, And Ideas Through Art, Angela Morgan

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Art professor mends communities with broken tiles, Michelle Hite

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Assignment America: CBS News' Jim Acosta ('93) joins Dan Rather on the set for blackout story, Liz Cerami Taylor

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A story of genes and Madison family links: A scientist publishing Human Genome project information on the biological transmission of family traits is part of a family legacy with multiple links to Madison, Chris Edwards

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A Voice in the Vista: Art Professor's Work Earns National Prize, James Madison University

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Back in the 'Burg: Niki Lindgren ('98), B.A. in theater actor/improviser/comedian The Second City Touring Company, Chicago, Michelle Hite and Elaine Stroupe

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Big Man on Campus: JMU acquires James Madison statue, Allison Swanson

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Brrrrrrr! Shayne Clausson ('95) calls his reports from the South Pole "the Ice Cube Dispatch." In this installment, he arrives at the bottom of the world…and prepares for winter, Shayne Clausson

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Can-do kid teaches 'I can', Michelle Hite

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Cheryl Talley's the one … who acknowledges that there's no such thing as absolute knowledge and loves learning all the more for it, Bill Gentry

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Clean Sweep: Student chapter of Air Waste Management Association earns national award, Kara Carpenter

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Considering the Alternative, Kara Carpenter

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Coup of the Century, James Madison University

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Croquet, anyone?, Allison Mall

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Dark skies: 'This is as close to 100 percent dark as you are going to get without a blindfold', Shayne Clausson

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Diamond Dukes: 'Lo' Bundy ('81) and Jeff Garber ('88) call the shots from the dugout., David Driver

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Dispatches from the South Pole, Shayne Clausson

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Distinguished Teachers, Ashley Walkley

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Distinguished teachers and students honored at 2005 James Madison Day, Nicole Maier

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Duke's 2002 spring sports wrap, Janelle DiOrio

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Eddie Kim ('03) Leads Eight Diamond Dukes Relishing In The Minor Leagues., Kyra Papafil

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Elizabeth Neatrour, Randy Jones

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Embracing Madison: Constitution Day 2002 features a new James Madison statue for campus, book and speakers, Pam Brock and Michelle Hite

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Encore Performance: Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas impresses students with open discussion, Phil Bigler

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Faculty honors, Michelle Hite

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Fashionably Fulbright, Michelle Hite

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First impressions: JMU's FROGS leap into action to get freshmen off on the right foot, Margaret Robertson

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Five Madison Scholars honored at James Madison Day 2005, Nicole Maier

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Fleece of foot: Sun-worshipping surfer dude Sean Berg has happy feet to go along with a streak of Type A entrepreneurship, Allison Mall

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Get a whiff of this duo, Allison Mall

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Go Dukes! Alumni sluggers take the title, Greg Slang

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H2O: Nature's Barometer: Water flows through a variety of research at JMU, Donna Dunn

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Happily ever after the 'Burg, Kelly Stefanko

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Have Dukes' Passport, Will Travel! We want to let traveling Dukes everywhere know how to find you., James Madison University

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Heather Morrison's the one - who, as a chemistry undergraduate, has already received financial backing from the National Science Foundation and the Jeffress Memorial Trust Fund, Bill Gentry

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Heritage Pride: Lynnette Fitch ('89) is the Tartan Belle, Janelle DiOrio

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Information overload: JMU professors create first of its kind biotechnology database, Anna Lucas and Michelle Hite

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International Flare: JMU Festival celebrates JMU's cultures, James Madison University

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International Week 2003, Allison Mall

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James Madison Day 2002: awards and festivities, Allison Swanson and Pam Brock

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Jeffrey Birnbaum's James Madison Day Address, Jeffrey J. Birnbaum

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JMU alumna ventures away from corporate America for just a bit to try her hand at writing, Erin Pettit

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JMU is a family affair for this Centennial Duke, Erin Pettit

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JMU senior fights terrorism with knowledge, Allison Mall

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John Fahey's the one … who helps enhance teacher education by teaching JMU students, classroom teachers and schoolchildren, Bill Gentry

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Kelly Tober Rocks, Celena Mack Velez

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Like wild fire: Two alumni started Wildwires, a Harrisonburg datacom and telecom company, while they were still students, Allison Mall

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Living in Exile: On the 700th anniversary of Dante's exile, JMU scholars say the experience of exile crosses borders to both alienate and inspire, Pam Brock

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London Calling': Madison House directors recount their continuing love affair with Semester in London - and each other, Katie Templin

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Losing yourself in luxury, Lisa Freedman

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Marble Swamp's music man: Founder and musician Jon Solomonson ('86) gets new compositions onto mid-Atlantic music stands, Janelle DiOrio

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Marine biologist alumna brings California connection and expertise to JMU's annual biosymposium, Dan McCauley

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Mark Adamchak's the one … who landed a job with KPMG thanks to his internship, JMU's accounting program and his own drive to be the best, Bill Gentry

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Mary Etter, James Madison University

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Melanie Alnwick, Emmy winner, Donna Dunn

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Morgana Wallace's the one… who helped run JMU's award-winning Alternative Spring Break program and made three service trips before she set off on a Peace Corps assignment, Bill Gentry

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Mother's Day: Remembering Pauline Efford Delano ('32): Daughter writes memoirs of an alumna from 'The Normal', Katie Templin

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My view: SARS in the Asia Pacific region: 'Residents of the hardest hit areas were strongly advised to not come to meetings in person. Business ground to a halt.', Charles N. Regan III

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Natural remedies: Grant Schafer ('05) helps at-risk youth in the wilderness, Allison Mall

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Nothing soft about it: JMU plays first varsity softball season, Michelle Hite

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On a Wing and a Prayer: Audacity propels English professor and WWII fighter pilot Geoffrey Morley-Mower into the skies with the RAF, James Madison University

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On serving the public good, Vida Huber

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Operation Purple Pride - The views from the troops, James Madison University

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Outback adventure changes the way Jackie Stephenson ('04) looks at herself and others, Joanna Mather

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Q & A with Mitch Moore, Andy Perrine

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Recycling a passion: Students re-enter collegiate cycling competition, Lisa Freedman

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rich with LIFE: Students and alumni explore evidence at Montpelier's first fieldslave quarters, Chris Edwards

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Rock-a-Pella: Madison Project alumnus Mike Minarik tours the country with "The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber.", Kara Carpenter

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Sept. 11, 2002: JMU remembers, Allison Mall

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Seven veteran professors say goodbye to JMU, Miranda Baines

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Shop til you drop: Misty Parsons ('94) promotes mall makeover, Allison Mall

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Singing Strauss: Music theater students stage the waltz king's party, the operetta, Die Fledermaus, Donna Dunn

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Sports Standout 18 holes in history: Senior golfer Jay Woodson leads JMU men's golf into 2004 season, James Madison University

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Sports Standout Golden Touch: Two-time All-American archer Megan Bowker wins gold, Lisa Freedman

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Sports Standout On and of the court: Academic All-American has the highest GPA of all JMU tennis players, Lisa Freedman

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Student Scholars: JMU names Brown and Galie as top achievers, Celena Mack

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Sunset at the South Pole, Shayne Clausson

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Teaching the teachers, Michelle Hite

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That's Smarts, Anna Lucas

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The 22-year Tailgate Crew, James Madison University

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The art of making a difference: Music professor and visual resources curator earn 2004 JMU Alumni Association Awards, Cheryl Lock and Lisa Freedman

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The Centennial Dukes are Here, James Madison University

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The journey of a lifetime: Alumna retraces Capt. Cook's 1771-1768 Journey, Janelle DiOrio

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The risks of space: NASA alumni Elizabeth Gauldin ('50) and Greg Meeks ('85) reflect on the loss of the Columbia and media speculation, Donna Dunn

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The Ultimate Reality TV: JMU alumni help win Peabody for C-SPAN, Pam Brock

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The whole planet was our audience: My 2002 Olympic experience, A.J. DiAntonio

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Top science stories of 2002: Alum's research on forest plague's threat to giant redwoods is No. 43 of Discover magazine's top 100 science stories of 2002, James Madison University

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Two May Graduates bring International Pokémon Phenomenon Alive on Musical Stage, Rachel Woodall

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Video Violence on Trial, Anna C. Lucas

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Vote Duke Dog: A campaign manager and his top dog, Melinda Marcelo

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Well done: Retiring Faculty 2002, Allison Swanson

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We the people, James Madison University

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Winning composer makes his Escape: Richmond Symphony to feature music grad's original composition in spring of 2004, Michelle Hite

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You are only as writerly as the last thing you've written': Poet Nikky Finney on convening, silence, empathy and being human, Kendra Hamilton

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You call these professors retiring? Twenty-one veteran faculty members say goodbye to JMU, Celena Mack, Allison Mall, Ashley Walkley, and Michelle Hite