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Women’s soccer team top Knights for second win

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15 new faces on 2009 men’s soccer team

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Winter sports season highlighted by big names

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EMU-Korean school build relationships

A little over one year ago, representatives of two schools with similar values, including a strong commitment to international learning, gathered on the Eastern Mennonite University to get better acquainted and to formalize an agreement between the two institutions. On May 27, 2008, Hongnam Lee, principal of Bell International School (BIS) in Nonsan City, Chungcheongnam-do, Korea, and Lo ...More

Softball team one game away from ODAC championship contest

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New Top Marks in Track & Field Set for Lady Royals

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Harpine, Wise Lead Royals to Non-Conference Split

An RBI single by freshman catcher Dylan Smith in the eighth inning gave the baseball team its second win of 2009 as the Royals split a non-conference double header with Averett University on Sunday. Read more… ...More

Professor Tackles Congregational Conflict Head-On

A new book by a faculty member in the Center for Justice and Peacebuilding at EMU provides understanding and techniques for dealing with change and conflict in a setting one might least expect – the local congregation. ...More

Human Rights Activist Speaking on Campus

Gila Svirsky, veteran Israeli peace and human rights activist Gila Svirsky, veteran Israeli peace and human rights activist, will take part in several activities on campus Wednesday, Feb. 11, aimed at bringing fresh perspectiv ...More

A Day of Change Finally Arrives

By Brianna Oelschlager, Weather Vane student newspaper What is worth getting up at 2:30 a.m., standing in the cold for eight hours, and dealing with over a million people trying to squeeze through a security gate that allows only one person at a time to enter? Some would argue nothing. Others might say a chance to make history, or see Barack Obama himself would be worth enduring these ...More