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This is an architectural rendering of Roselawn after all of the planned renovations are completed. In 2014-15, the first floor of Roselawn will continue to serve the students, faculty and staff of the Intensive English Program. The two upper floors will house a large-sized classroom, medium-sized classroom, seminar room, gathering area, and offices.

Building on Solid Footing

EMU’s internal emails this summer were unusual – yet oddly heartening. The combined hubbub of construction projects and thousands of summer guests made for feelings of excitement – and of dislocation. There was this funny message: “History professors Mark Sawin and Mary Sprunger hope students will find them in the ...More

Speakers Recount Historical Meeting in EMU Class

Paul Peachey (center) makes a point in the Mennonite History and Thought class as I.B. Horst (l.) and Calvin Redekop listen.Photo by Jim Bishop For 50 minutes on Friday morning, Feb. 18, in the President’s Room of Hartzler Library, ...More