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A Wanderer for Peace: Glen Lapp Mourned in Lancaster

1991 EMU graduate Glen Lapp (photo from Lancaster Online) About 150 friends and family members turned out Saturday night, Aug. 14, to honor the memory of Glen Lapp, the aid worker from Lanc ...More

EMU Grad Murdered In Afghanistan: Among 10 Humanitarians Killed Friday

By Jeremy Hunt, Daily News-Record When Lisa Schirch was in Afghanistan a few weeks ago, she turned to a friend and fellow Mennonite to show her around the war-torn capital, Kabul. ...More

Mission And Service Days Give Students Peek At Missions

Choosing A Journey By Tom Mitchell, Daily News-Record EMU freshman Jihoon Park (left), 19, of South Korea, talks to Mennonite Central Committee’s Sonya Charles Wednesday at EMU’s Mission and Service Days. The two-day event, hel ...More

World is Hungry for Peace Message, Says EMU Grad

‘The world is hungry for the kinds of things taught in our Mennonite schools,’ says Daryl Byler, alumnus of both EMU and EMS. Read more… ...More

Faith, not fear, in missionary couple’s move to Kenya

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Seminary Course Promotes Inter-faith Dialogue

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Prof Helps Cambodians Clean Up

Doug Graber-Neufeld, associate professor of biology at EMU When he chose Cambodia for a mission, Doug Neufeld wanted to help clean up the Asian country. “Cambodia has lots of environmental issues,” said Neufeld. ...More

Will Peace License Plate See Daylight?

If you notice and enjoy seeing peace-doves on Virginia license plates in the coming year, you can thank Christine Poulson, a 1998 masters degree graduate of the Center for Justice and Peacebuilding at EMU. Read more… ...More

Seminary Student does AIDS Work in Swaziland

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At EMU, Spirit Of Service Catching On

By Heather Bowser, Daily News-Record At Eastern Mennonite University, volunteering isn ...More