From the first “Purple Press” issue printed as a mimeographed, letter-sized paper in 1939 to the Weather Vane online, the EMU student newspaper has been a vessel of student expression ... read more about From ditto to digital, Weather Vane and loyal staffers still ‘let readers know how the winds are blowing on campus’
Eastern Mennonite University faculty and staff welcomed students back to campus for another great year in Harrisonburg, Virginia. ... read more about Orientation Weekend video – 2016
SGA co-president Elisabeth Wilder, blogging in The Mennonite, talks about the tensions in college students' lives. ... read more about SGA co-president Elisabeth Wilder, blogging in The Mennonite, urges support of college students from The Mennonite
In 2014, the Frazier family planted a field of sunflowers along well-traveled Va. 33. They didn’t quite anticipate the impact of the flowers on passers-by, who stopped cars, gawked, took ... read more about Sunflower field east of Harrisonburg opens for Walk for Hope fundraiser
Herewith is presented a somewhat exhaustive chronology of Eastern Mennonite College/Eastern Mennonite University’s dining services. Consume as much as you’d like and return for seconds. Or simply begin reading in ... read more about Join the meal: Part I of EMU’s Dining Hall Saga: 1917 to 1970s, site of fellowship, gentility and cultural skirmishes
Simelwe “Sim” Dlova, of South Africa, was a student in Eastern Mennonite University’s Intensive English Program during the fall 2013 semester before attending Goshen College in Indiana. This article is ... read more about Former Intensive English Program student from South Africa finds success at Goshen College
Students talk about transformative classes, clubs, experiences, and activities at Eastern Mennonite University. Visit http://www.emu.edu/studentlife to find out more! ... read more about On the sidewalk at EMU: How is EMU transforming you?
Teresa Garcia-Bautista has a long list of summer goals while living at the Washington Community Scholars’ Center and working in Washington D.C. this summer. The first two are “meet the ... read more about Summer interns settle in at Washington Community Scholars’ Center
Isaac Dahl is a religious and intercultural studies major. Quinn Kathrineberg plans on a career as an English teacher. Maria Yoder wants to be a doctor. Among the members of ... read more about Outreach chamber quartet brings together biology, religion, education majors and yes, one future professional musician, to give the gift of music in unusual venues
Homelessness wasn’t something Abby Hershberger was familiar with while growing up in Millersburg, Ohio, a town of about 3,500 residents. “It didn’t happen to people I knew,” she says. “It ... read more about ‘Street Sense’ editorial intern helps provide a voice for the homeless in Washington D.C.