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Formerly Homeless and Drug Addicted, Father of Three Completes Master’s Degree

In 2005 Nathaniel Daniel had lost everything. He was jobless, homeless, addicted to drugs, and involved in criminal activity. His wife had left him, taking their three children with her. This year he will graduate from Eastern Mennonite Seminary with a master of divinity degree. “We are never beyond God’s reach,” says ...More

Nursing Students Help Flood Victims in Gulf

The EMU volunteer group to Mississippi held a debriefing session after returning to campus (Standing, l. to r.): Hadley Jenner, Aaron Schmucker, Sue Klassen, Don Tyson. Front: Kara Glick, Amanda Maust, Cara Danette Salmon ...More

Fund Drive Launched for Hurricane Response

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EMU to Welcome Displaced Students

Eastern Mennonite University is putting out the welcome mat to students in the Gulf Coast region who have suddenly found themselves without a place to study in the wake of Hur ...More

Organizations Reach Out to Victims of Hurricane Katrina

No EMU students were harmed, but many residents and Mennonite congregations in the deep South were touched by the dreadful effects of Hurricane Katrina, which ripped into the coast of the Gulf of Mexico on Monday, Aug. 29, 2005. Read more… ...More