On a fall morning in 1978, Leonard Dow left his home in working class Philadelphia and arrived at the expansive, picturesque campus of Christopher Dock Mennonite High School in Lansdale, ... read more about Leonard Dow ’87 to be honored with EMU’s Distinguished Service Award
The second annual EMUTenTalks during Eastern Mennonite University’s Homecoming and Family Weekend this fall will showcase restorative justice practitioner and slam poet Jodie Geddes MA ‘16, entrepreneur Anxo Pérez ‘97 ... read more about TenTalks, featuring accomplished alumni, returns to amaze and inspire at Homecoming and Family Weekend
Seven candles were lit at an April 29 memorial service in Martin Chapel at Eastern Mennonite University—one for Michael Jesse “M.J.” Sharp ’05 and one for each of his colleagues, ... read more about EMU to honor peacebuilder Michael J. Sharp ’05 at Homecoming and Family Weekend
Laura Rosenberger was either 4 or 5 when she bounced out of her pediatrician’s office one day exclaiming, “I want to be just like Dr. Kopp when I grow up.” ... read more about Dr. Laura Rosenberger ’03 is EMU’s 2017 Outstanding Young Alumnus
Dr. Susan Schultz Huxman, president of Eastern Mennonite University, offered the following welcome and introductory remarks at an opening session Thursday, June 22, 2017, for a three-day conference, “Crossing the ... read more about Dr. Susan Schultz Huxman welcomes ‘Crossing the Line’ Anabaptist women’s history conference to EMU
If you were among the thousands of Royals athletes who competed for Eastern Mennonite University, we know special memorabilia brings back memories of grueling workouts, special wins, hard fought losses, ... read more about Got Royals sports memorabilia? Send us a pic and share your story!
The Steel Wheels, the nationally recognized Shenandoah Valley-based roots music band consisting of Eastern Mennonite University alumni Trent Wagler ’02, Eric Brubaker ’01, and Brian Dickel ’98, as well as bandmate ... read more about The Steel Wheels — with deep EMU roots — to headline Centennial festivities
The Spring/Summer 2017 issue of Crossroads is the first of two issues celebrating our Centennial year, 2017-18. Eastern Mennonite University was founded 100 years ago, opening for the first classes in ... read more about Crossroads Spring/Summer 2017 issue honors EMU’s 100 years of countercultural education
Not all issues of the Weather Vane fly off the racks quite so quickly as the final issue of the 2016-17 academic year –a special nostalgia-laden “Year in Review.” Because ... read more about Weather Vane’s ‘2016-17 Year In Review’ disappears from the racks: here’s a digital issue in case you missed it!
With thanks to Kenton Brubaker, Beryl and Mark Brubaker, Clair Mellinger, Eldon Kurtz, Jonathan Lantz-Trissel, Ed Lehman and LeRoy Troyer. 1917 The school opens in Assembly Park. 1920 The school ... read more about 100 years of commitment to sustainability and creation care, from farm-grown food to LEED buildings