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.
[Reprinted with permission from VCU] Lyubov Slashcheva arrived in the United States when she was 5 years old not knowing a word of English, but already determined to make an ... read more about Lyubov Slashcheva ’11 graduates from VCU dental school, earns excellence award
Nathan McKnight recognized a quality of reciprocity in his spring semester internship. The people who come through the “freedom circles” hosted by the organization Reunion, he says, “are improving me, ... read more about In Reunion’s ‘Freedom Circles,’ peacebuilding major facilitates life changes and his own learning
For the first time, an Eastern Mennonite University student has won the Francis J. Ryan Undergraduate American Studies Paper Award. Junior Elisabeth Wilder of Hesston, Kansas, earned the honor at ... read more about In winning history essay, junior Elisabeth Wilder connects conservative activist Phyllis Schlafly to transgender rights
In the best of cases, a college career is often a time of tumult and transition, a succession of new faces, a million conversations that begin with: “Where are you ... read more about Third Culture Kids find a home at Eastern Mennonite University
“My speech wrote itself,” said Bethany Chupp, winner of the C. Henry Smith Oratorical Contest at Eastern Mennonite University (EMU). The winning speech, titled “Standing At the Door,” came so ... read more about Winning C. Henry Smith orator examines conflict in the Mennonite church; other winners explore gun violence, race