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Loyal Royals To Honor Former Athletes Homecoming Weekend

Joining the elite Hall of Honor this fall are Ryan Brenneman – soccer, Kirsten (Brubaker) Fuhr – field hockey, and Terry Koppenhaver – soccer. The trio will be inducted Saturday at a Homecoming breakfast in Yoder Arena. And after Friday night’s home field hockey game, current Hall of Honor member Jeane’ (Horning) Hershey will have her No. 21 jersey retired. ...More

EMU alumni honored for service during Homecoming

The Alumni Association honored two of its graduates Sunday, Oct. 11, for their work in reflecting the school’s vision, mission and values. Read more… ...More

Homecoming 2009 marked by sold-out performances and excited crowds

From Friday’s donor appreciation banquet to Saturday morning breakfast department gatherings, sold out theater performances and rowdy athletic events, the crowds were large and loud at Homecoming and Family Weekend 2009. Read more… ...More

Homecoming and Family Weekend begins Friday, Oct. 9

2009 marks the 40th anniversary of the historic library drive of 1969, and we’re planning special activities like an all-time library reunion and the opening of a Unity Bell exhibit to celebrate! Read more… ...More

Reunion Vocal Band concert a highlight of Homecoming 2009

Reunion Vocal Band will perform a concert on Saturday, Oct. 10, during Homecoming and Family Weekend, the largest gathering – 14 from the original group – since the musicians’ first meeting in 1990. Read more… ...More

Homecoming Breakfast Featured Judith Trumbo

The 2008 Homecoming Breakfast sponsored by the Department of Business and Economics and the local MEDA chapter featured EMU alumnae Judith Trumbo, Transitions Director for Rockingham Memorial Hospital. The breakfast, which is held annually, was attended by community business persons, EMU faculty and staff, EMU alumni, and current students from the Department of Business & Economics. ...More

Symposium on ‘Forgiveness’ Focuses on Amish Tragedy

The blood was hardly dry on the bare board floor of the West Nickel Mines School in Bart Township, Lancaster County, Pa., when Amish parents sent words of forgiveness to the family of the killer who had executed their children. The world was stunned and outraged at the senseless, unprecedented assault on the one-room Amish school that took the lives of five children and wounded five ot ...More

Theater, Reunions Headline Homecoming Weekend

A symposium on Amish forgiveness and a new theater work by Ted and Trent will highlight homecoming and parents weekend, Oct. 10-12, 2008. "WWLD: What Would Lloyd Do?", is a musical comedy written by and starring Ted Swartz ’89 and Trent Wagler ’02, and directed by Ingrid De Sanctis ’88). The play, with guest artist Jay Lapp ...More

Alumni Award Recipient to Speak at Homecoming

Dr. Ingida Asfaw, EMU’s 2007 “alumnus of the year,” will speak at the next Suter Science Seminar during the school’s homecoming and family weekend. Dr. Ingida Asfaw, EMU’s 2007 ...More

Sojourners Editor to Visit Campus

David Batstone will visit EMU for a free public presentation on "Conducting Business with Purpose and Profit" on Oct. 12 at 7 p.m. in Lehman Auditorium. Batstone, senior editor of Worthwhile magazine and e ...More