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Believers Church Conference Explores Politics and Pacifism

“This world of 6.2 billion people is a different place than it was a generation or two ago. We in the Western hemisphere need to adjust our lenses to see it in new ways.” ...More

Festival Goes Bach to Basics

The Bach Festival choir, orchestra and featured soloists combined their talents in performing Mozart’s introspective “Requiem in D Minor” under the direction of Kenneth Nafziger, professor of music at E ...More

EMU Offering Bach to Bach Hits

The Strings of the Bach Festival Orchestra, with Carlos Cesar Rodriguez, pianist, and Susan Sievert Messersmith, trumpet, perform Dmitri Shostakovi ...More

Volleyball Championship Ends for Royals

By AARON GRAY, Daily News-Record During last year ...More

Congratulations, Class of 2004!

By Jim Bishop, Bishop’s Mantle in Daily News-Record How well-prepared are today’s college graduates to survive and thrive in the marketplace and larger society? On one hand, I get the feeling that most are street-wise, savvy and possess both the skills and motivation they’ll need to make a difference in the world. When I see the incredibly diverse lea ...More

International Choral Festival Held on Campus

Some 540 high school students representing 16 choirs across the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico joined in a grand finale under the baton of guest conductor David L. Brunner of Orlando, Fla. The program was part of the 42nd annual Mennonite High School Chora ...More


By Michael Rothstein, Daily News-Record The old gym was packed. People lined the walls while Eastern Mennonite University freshman Jason Axford was going back to serve. The noise: deafening. The opponent: insurmountable. ...More

EMU Has An Ax To Grind

By Aaron Gray, Daily News-Record Revenge has been on Jason Axford ...More

Inauguration Has Full Slate of Activities

Loren Swartzendruber A host of special events are scheduled at Eastern Mennonite University for the week leadi ...More

Peace Fellowship Focuses on ‘Healing’

Three special workshops were held for persons interested in incorporating peace and nonviolence themes into college curricula. Ray C. Gingeri ...More