Eastern Mennonite University students scattered far and wide — from Georgia to Michigan — during March’s Spring Break on four different Y-Serve service learning trips. (Y-Serve is the new name ... read more about EMU students lead Y-Serve trips to Georgia, West Virginia and Michigan, while Civil Rights Tour makes pilgrimage south
HARRISONBURG — Micah Hurst has one question — “When will it stop?” Hurst, a pastoral intern at Eastern Mennonite University, was one of about 30 people who came to the ... read more about ‘When Will It Stop?’ EMU Vigil Honors Victims Of Hesston, Kan., Shooting
Whether you’re playing soccer, cross-country, tennis or golf, a strong core is key. There’s no avoiding it: athletes of all kinds have to work their abs. ABS is a convenient ... read more about Runner, leader, speaker, writer: senior Jolee Paden considers the future
Students making their way from Hillside Residence Hall on Monday mornings have an extra blessing sent their way. Carissa Luginbill, a senior social work major, greets students passing through on ... read more about ‘Pray Like No Other’: senior Carissa Luginbill hosts Monday morning prayer meeting open to all
Wilderness lovers, sustainability advocates, farmers, writers, educators and seminarians – Todd Wynward’s message, shared during a series of events from Oct. 1-7 at Eastern Mennonite University, will appeal to anyone ... read more about Author Todd Wynward shares a wild way of discipleship, more ‘earth-honoring, empire-resisting, despair-erasing’
What creates systems of discrimination and oppression? What power and motivation do people have to resist these systems? Where do they take comfort when hatred acts? These questions were asked ... read more about Martin Luther King, Jr.’s life and legacy celebrated with solidarity march, music, chapel and service opportunities
Three is a magic number, says veteran actor and playwright Ted Swartz. “That’s true in baseball, theater and comedy,” he says. “I generally listen when things come in threes.” The ... read more about Playwright and actor Ted Swartz brings music, comedy and storytelling to conversation about sexuality, faith and family
“He needs me to go with him when he has the drone,” Marie Riehl says, referring to her husband, Daniel. It takes both Riehls to load this drone into their ... read more about Meet the drone-toting Riehls – radicals in their 80s?
As you read Preston Knight’s excellent report on the naming of a major downtown street as Martin Luther King Jr. – republished here by permission of the Daily News Record ... read more about EMU applauds success of renaming street in honor of Martin Luther King Jr.
Area businesses and students teamed up at Eastern Mennonite University (EMU) on Valentine’s Day to support RISE Harrisonburg’s “love packs” program for area children and Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) relief ... read more about EMU Students Send Packets of Love During Spiritual Life Week