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March 24, 2010 [LINK / comment]

Spring break (not!) at JMU

For me, this week is spring break, so I am trying to catch up on various chores. Today I drove up to James Madison University to borrow a particular library book on the U.S. Constitution, and since it was a bright and sunny day, I brought my camera. Once on campus, I encountered heavy traffic from vehicles and student pedestrians. I later found out that JMU had its spring break two full weeks ago! To mark the visit, I have created a new photo gallery for Spring 2010. As you can see, JMU has one of the loveliest, most photogenic campuses in all of Virginia. I will soon add a few more snow scenery photos to the January-February 2010 gallery.

JMU - Wilson Hall

Wilson Hall, the central administrative building at JMU. The moon is visible left of the tower. Roll mouse over to see students relaxing in the warm sun -- at last!

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