If you had no access to a clinic or hospital of any kind, would you live your life differently than you do now? Would you try to maintain a healthier lifestyle, or learn more about how to take care of your own health?
Jim Krauss, president of Sentara Rockingham Memorial Hospital Medical Center, wishes Americans would take more respons ...More
In the play “Hickorydickory,” normal people have mortal clocks behind their hearts. But others have clocks in their heads and they can hear the maddening ticking. Worse yet, they know when death will come knocking.
But don’t despair! Owners of a Chicago watch repair shop know how to easily extract those maddening head clocks. That is, if people don’t attempt to prolong life by tr ...More
Before classes begin at Smithland Elementary School in Harrisonburg each morning, beeps, beats and bass can be heard from Perry Shank’s music room. His students are learning the art of sound engineering with the help of music-mixing technology and scientific toys.
Shank [EMU BA '98 in music] teaches his classes and the school’s DJ club how to make electronic music by layering sound. ...More
Novelist and short story writer Vic Sizemore creates characters who grapple with issues of faith, engage in deep soul-searching journeys, and try to reconcile the rock-solid tenets learned in childhood with the flint-edged and sometimes scarring questions of adulthood. He’s in the middle of working on “The Pinewood Cycle,” four novels linked by their setting at Pinewood University, a cons ...More
In the summer of 2000, Osvaldo Blackaller `07, a native of Monclova, Mexico, found himself in Harrisonburg married to the love of his life, Joanna. Oz – as everyone calls him – began working full time at Cargill, but felt a nagging urge to finish his degree.
Getting into schools proved more difficult than expected with lots of hoops to jump through as an international student and cla ...More
Memory is an amazing power. Humans can relive past events by simply willing them to come to mind. But as vivid and fascinating as memory can be, how precise is it?
Intuition might say that memory is very precise. Humans rely on memory for everyday habits, driving directions, performing tasks at work, and academic tasks. However, numerous studies in psychology indicate that memories can b ...More
Emulate, a new elite vocal ensemble from Eastern Mennonite University, will travel to Pennsylvania for a four-day “Spring Break Tour” March 5-8. In addition to four concerts at area churches, the group will perform at chapel and provide workshops in music classes at Lancaster Mennonite School.
The 16-member group, led by assistant professor of ...More
Eastern Mennonite University junior Jess Rheinheimer (Manheim, Pa./Lancaster Mennonite) has been named to the ...More
The reasons and ways in which police stop and investigate citizens indicate a racial hierarchy, argued Charles R. Epp in a lecture coinciding with Black History Month at Eastern Mennonite University. Given as one of the Albert Keim History Lecture Series, Epp’s talk centered around his co-written book Pulled Over: How Police Stops Define Race and Citizenship.
Epp and his c ...More
As knowledge in the field of neurobiology advances, the human mind can be increasingly described by science and decreasingly explained by faith.
Psychiatrist Curt Thompson shattered this notion during a recent Suter Science Seminar at Eastern Mennonite University. “New, emerging data that we see in this world of interpersonal neurobiol ...More