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Refugee teens discover strengths and work to smooth newcomers’ paths with Harrisonburg High’s Peer Leader program

For 15 students participating in a resilience training at Eastern Mennonite University, one role-play activity hit close to home. The small-group skits were focused on inviting students to learn how ... read more about Refugee teens discover strengths and work to smooth newcomers’ paths with Harrisonburg High’s Peer Leader program

Seminary

Following retirement announcement, interim leadership changes planned for Eastern Mennonite Seminary and graduate school

Eastern Mennonite University announces several changes in leadership to Eastern Mennonite Seminary and the School of Graduate and Professional Studies beginning July 1, 2017. These changes come with the March ... read more about Following retirement announcement, interim leadership changes planned for Eastern Mennonite Seminary and graduate school

Our Royal Pride: Quinn Kathrineberg, SGA co-president, musician, future teacher and more

“Our Royal Pride” is an occasional series celebrating Eastern Mennonite University’s undergraduate students who contribute to campus life in extraordinary ways in addition to their academic pursuits. These students enthusiastically create ... read more about Our Royal Pride: Quinn Kathrineberg, SGA co-president, musician, future teacher and more

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Learn ethical, responsible interpretation skills at ‘Interpreting for Social Justice’ workshop

Professor Adriana Rojas knows the demand for professional interpreters has increased in Harrisonburg. Rojas, who teaches Spanish at Eastern Mennonite University (EMU), says she often receives emails asking for student ... read more about Learn ethical, responsible interpretation skills at ‘Interpreting for Social Justice’ workshop

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Prepare for civic engagement and tough conversations in polarized times at 2017 Summer Peacebuilding Institute

The skills taught for 22 years at Eastern Mennonite University’s Summer Peacebuilding Institute have always been relevant to people in the United States, but now they have a renewed significance. ... read more about Prepare for civic engagement and tough conversations in polarized times at 2017 Summer Peacebuilding Institute

‘Rescuing Jesus’ author and journalist Deborah Jian Lee to speak about counter-cultures reclaiming evangelicalism

Journalist, radio producer, professor and author Deborah Jian Lee will visit Eastern Mennonite University on Wednesday, Feb. 15.  The 10 a.m. chapel in Lehman Auditorium and a 4 p.m. colloquium, ... read more about ‘Rescuing Jesus’ author and journalist Deborah Jian Lee to speak about counter-cultures reclaiming evangelicalism

In daily devotionals, clergywomen supported a fellow Methodist and celebrated the breaking of ‘stained-glass ceilings’

Professor Emily Peck McClain joined with other clergywomen to send daily devotionals to presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton, both to support a fellow United Methodist and to acknowledge the work of Clinton and other women who have broken both glass ceilings and stained-glass ceilings. ... read more about In daily devotionals, clergywomen supported a fellow Methodist and celebrated the breaking of ‘stained-glass ceilings’ from United Methodist Church

‘Welcome Your Neighbor’ sign continues to spread around the nation, to the delight of its creators at Immanuel Mennonite Church

From Washington D.C. to Colorado, demand for Immanuel Mennonite Church’s “Welcome Your Neighbor” sign has skyrocketed. The sign, with a distinctive tri-color banding, reads in three languages: No matter where ... read more about ‘Welcome Your Neighbor’ sign continues to spread around the nation, to the delight of its creators at Immanuel Mennonite Church

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