Here’s just of few of Bryce Yoder’s highlights from his first “semester” out of college working as a vegetation and ecological restoration intern in Yosemite National Park in California:
uprooting and transplanting fragile Great Sequoia saplings;
solo-backpacking for two days and 13 miles up Half Dome;
learning how to rock climb;
traveling 50 minu ...More
In conducting research, Sam Stoner says he’s learned diligence, time management, and patience – all qualities that the environmental sustainability major and business administration minor says will pay off as he works toward his goal of becoming a business ...More
Talk about hitting your stride at the right time. Senior Ryan Gehman (Millersville, Pa./Lancaster Mennonite) won Saturday’s South/Southeast Regional meet in Rome, Ga., headlining a great effort by EMU’s cross country men as they earned thre ...More
Reprinted with slight edits from the student-produced Weather Vane, Oct. 2, 2014. Written by first-year student Harrison Horst.
Engineers for a Sustainable World, referred to by its members as ESW, is only a year old, and though it has already achieved significant results, still has not been heard of by the majority ...More
Eastern Mennonite University once again set a new high for student-athletes named to the annual Old Dominion Athletic Conference All-Academic Team, as 96 Royals were honored. Last year a total of 80 Royals were named to the list, which had also been a high over the previous year’s total of 61.
All of EMU’s ODAC-sponsored sports were represented on the All-Academic Team. Men’s v ...More
The newest structure on Eastern Mennonite University’s campus cost just $600 to build and was completed by six students in less than eight hours. This fall it will extend the growing season for tomatoes, and next winter it will provide the cafeteria with leafy greens.
A poster describing the project – a solar-powered greenhouse – also won second place in the first- and second-year ...More
EMU’s track & field women broke two more school records this weekend at the Liberty Collegiate Invitational in Lynchburg. Junior Alyssa Bane (Strasburg, Va./Strasburg) and sophomore Hann ...More
The Royals keep getting better and better. In the case of this Friday’s race at the Blue Ridge Open hosted by Appalachian State in Boone, N.C., the evidence wasn’t in the individual places, but in the times.
Ten of Eastern Mennonite’s 11 cross country men set their personal records at the meet. The Royals took 21st out of 28 teams in the gold race, but were in secon ...More