Student Robert Propst invites readers into the world of Guatemala, where he and other members of the spring Guatemala and Colombia trip led by Professor Ann Hershberger and her husband, ... read more about Stay tuned to spring semester cross-culturals traveling in Guatemala/Colombia, the Middle East and Washington D.C.
“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: Harry Potter fan Nicole Litwiller leads creation of ‘Royals Cup’ competition to perk student interest in campus activities
From the students, faculty, and staff of Eastern Mennonite University, everyone wants you to know – you are welcome here! #YouAreWelcomeHere http://www.emu.edu/international ... read more about You Are Welcome Here!
Najeeha Khan came to Friday’s Summer Peacebuilding Institute Community Day at Eastern Mennonite University (EMU) to gain organizing skills and learn about facilitating dialogue. The senior international affairs and religion ... read more about Got conflict? Growing SPI Community Day reflects citizens’ need for peacebuilding skills
This article by Ruth Hoover Seitz ’62 was first published in The Way We Are (1992). It is rare for news from a small liberal arts college to make the national ... read more about ‘Student Power for a Library’: How EMC made the national news in 1969
Ryan Keebaugh, assistant professor of music at Eastern Mennonite University, is one of three winners in the 2017 Raabe Prize for Excellence in Sacred Composition. Seventy-eight entrants competed for the ... read more about Keebaugh earns Raabe Prize honorable mention for a cappella composition
Participants at Eastern Mennonite University’s second annual Town Hall on Race at Eastern Mennonite University Feb. 9 asked for more awareness about the role of race in relationship-building and interactive ... read more about BSU-sponsored ‘Town Hall on Race’ convenes campus community for honest conversation
Experts broadly agree that mosquito nets are one of the best tools in the fight against malaria, to which the World Health Organization attributes hundreds of millions of illnesses each ... read more about Economic professor’s research challenges widely-held assumptions about malaria prevention
Jennifer Bryant, associate professor of biopharmaceutical sciences at the Bernard J. Dunn School of Pharmacy, Shenandoah University, presents a Suter Science Seminar Wednesday, Feb. 22, at 4 p.m. in the ... read more about Biopharmaceutical expert discusses cardiac remodeling and collagen V
Emulate Chamber Ensemble, from Eastern Mennonite University, will perform in Williamsburg, Newport News and Richmond during their second annual spring break tour March 5-6, 2017. Emulate will present a program ... read more about Emulate ensemble brings ‘Prayer’ to Williamsburg, Newport News and Richmond