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Crossroads - Spring 2006

The official magazine of
Eastern Mennonite University

Please contact the Alumni & Parent Relations office to receive the Spring 2006 issue of Crossroads or to change the mailing address to which your issue is sent. To request back issues of Crossroads, please contact the Marketing Services office or e-mail .

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EmilyWhat I Like About EMU

More than 100 EMU faculty, staff and students chimed in to tell us their favorite things about the university. We couldn’t use all the responses, and some were similar,
but overall the comments are remarkable, moving, incredibly encouraging and illustrate dramatically in a variety of ways “the EMU difference.” The remarks are unedited, except for conciseness, and they speak for themselves. Enjoy the results… more >>

other features

Robert Hostetler

EMU is not Harvard or Duke

Two years ago this writer chatted with alumnus Robert Hostetler, a bestselling writer and major donor to EMU. more >>

Jonalyn Denlinger

Outstanding On and Off the Field

Meet senior Jonalyn Denlinger, one of the most decorated players in EMU field hockey history. more >>

Dula family

Average Student, Stellar Alumnus

If EMU admitted students only on the basis of academic excellence, this trustee would have a different life. more >>


Spreading the Word Through Dance

Traveling to the West African country of Benin? Tune your television to the music-video channel. more >>

Omar Eby

Teaching Fiction and the Old Verities of the Heart

Omar Eby, veteran professor, reflects on why "Reading good literature is a pleasure." more >>

Hadley Jenner

A Circuitous Path of Wonder

"Everything is full of opportunities for learning," says Hadley Jenner, 55, who earned a nursing degree in 2005. more >>

Kerry Saner

Reflections on Harvard

Two former Harvard students found studies at EMU full of "hopefulness" and "transformation." more >>

Lamar and Pat Myers

EMM Work in Bulgaria

Lamar and Pat Myers are "empty nesters." They’re grand-parents. But they’re also pioneers. more >>

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