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JMU in ‘moment of transition’

Alger views college as a ‘unique combination’ of liberal arts and research

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  • JMU New President

    Jonathan R. Alger talks with the James Madison University's Board of Visitors.

Posted: Friday, March 15, 2013 12:00 am

Jonathan Alger, who will be inaugurated today as James Madison University’s sixth president, started his week of festivities Monday helping cut down the net as the Dukes celebrated their conference men’s basketball championship at the Richmond Coliseum.

For Alger, a lifelong choral singer who played the trombone growing up, the victory “couldn’t have started the week on a better note.”

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