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Second EMU Group Leaves on Cross-Cultural

Thirty EMU students were commissioned during a chapel service Friday, Jan. 11 for a semester of study and learning in the Middle East and embarked later the same day. It is the fifth time for ...More

‘Relationships’ Basic to EMU Cross-Cultural Experience

Twenty-four students who spent fall semester on a cross-cultural seminar in South Africa led the final chapel service of fall semester Dec. 12 at EMU. (Photo by Jim Bishop) The group, led by faculty members Harl ...More

EMU Celebrates Cross-Cultural Anniversary

EMU paused to quietly celebrate 25 years of “life-changing experiences” in a chapel service Wednesday, Nov. 14. Several EMU faculty members who helped to shape the school’s cross-cultural study program reflected on the vision and process that led to the university formally making cross-cultural study, either stateside or abroad, a require ...More

EMU Participates in Archbishop Tutu Visit

Visiting Harrisonburg, Va., Sept. 21, Nobel laureate Desmond Tutu received a quilt made by two Mennonite sisters, literature on peace and justice by EMU and news about the role of EMU students and alumni in promoting peace and reconciliation around the world. R ...More

Cross-Cultural Encounter at EMU

A group of 23 Eastern Mennonite University students who spent the fall semester in a cross-cultural study tour in Switzerland and Italy reflected on their life-changing experiences in the last chapel service of the fall semester Dec. 13. ...More

Convocation Explores ‘Vocation’ Theme

Returning students, faculty and staff form a “tunnel of welcome” to greet new members of the EMU campus community as they pass by.Photo by Jim Bi ...More

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<img width="160" height="240" src="http://www.emu.edu/athletics/rosters/photos/soccer-m/adam_shank.jpg" alt="Adam Shank" Adam Shank By Mike Barber, Daily News-Record Adam Shank took a somewhat circuitous route to broadening his horizons. Coming out of Eastern Mennonite High School, th ...More

Aracena to Oversee, Strengthen Global Curriculum

A current faculty member, Beth K. Aracena, has accepted a new position at Eastern Mennonite University as cross-cultural/Global Village curriculum director. ...More

Spreading the Word Through Dance

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Number of Int’l Students Remains Stable

Photo by Kai Orenic By Heather Bowser, Daily News-Record Although James Madison University and Bridgewater College have fewer international students than they used to, Eastern Me ...More