Godwin Transit Center
Driver Michael Carper waits happily for more students to get onto his bus
Michael Carper takes his job seriously and loves every day
This is Michael Carper's third year driving for JMU
The students are what makes Michael Carper's job so worth it
Route 7 driver Frank Nicholson loves to work with his hands on his farm as much as he does driving
Frank Nicholson has been driving for JMU for ten years
Frank Nicholson says he'll never retire because he loves the kids so much
Weldon Strother trains new bus drivers and ensures that they do more than just drive the buses; he teaches trainees to interact and love their passengers
Weldon Strother has been driving for JMU for 30 years and is one of the most experienced veterans of the community
Weldon Strother prefers on-campus routes because he would rather interact with the students
Weldon Strother recounts the story of the car accident
Weldon Strother drives a Special bus so he frequently helps out other routes--look out for him!
Darryll Fisher has been driving for 15 years and is one of the veterans of the trade
Darryll Fisher enjoys getting to know the students that he drives over the years
Tracey Caplinger has been driving for two years and enjoys getting to know her regulars
Tracey Caplinger enjoys the city routes because they are more laid back
Tracey Caplinger works hard so she can pay off her house and enjoy it
Freshman Math major Nicole O'Connor enjoys the Animal Novels section
Bestsellers sell out quickly due to popular demand
In addition to great American classics, the book fair features large sections of World Literature avaiable in several different languages
Classics such as "The Catcher in the Rye," "The Lord of the Flies" and "To Kill a Mockingbird" are availible in excess
Young boys help their mother carry their basket of books, filled with good reads for all ages
The book fair features over 500,000 titles over dozens of categories, each neatly organized for the book lover's convenience
The book fair takes place in two large warehouses connected with a tunnel.
The Hillside FROGs with their OPA.
The Hillside FROGs were blown away by their OPA
A Hillside hall sitting together at the Pep Rally
A Hillside hall dressed in purple and gold, ready for the pep rally
A Hillside hall during "It's Complicated"
Hillside freshmen pose with their FROGs with the iconic "JMU" blocks
Frederikson Hall freshmen with their FROGs