Visiting scholar researches peace through dance, as EMU explores MFA program in arts, media and peacebuilding

Whether a dancer is trained or untrained, the action of dancing itself creates “contact with different sources of knowledge,” says Paula Ditzel Facci, who spent the fall 2016 semester as ... read more about Visiting scholar researches peace through dance, as EMU explores MFA program in arts, media and peacebuilding

‘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

Marching From the Margins: A perspective on the Women’s March on Washington as a radical Anabaptist womanist

Melody M. Pannell, assistant professor of social work at Eastern Mennonite University,  talks about marching with her family members from New York City, Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania and Harrisonburg, Virginia — "North, South, Liberal, Conservative, White and Black all marching together." ... read more about Marching From the Margins: A perspective on the Women’s March on Washington as a radical Anabaptist womanist from Mennonite Church USA