In this week’s “Inside Athletics,” Dave recaps the excitement of Royals Night, a season-opening meeting of all of EMU’s student-athletes. Then Dave and James talk about the start of the 2011-12 athletic season, which was Thursday night, and go over this weekend’s full slate of games. Inside Athletics is a weekly podcast hosted by Athletic… Read more »
Michael A. King,Vice President and Dean of Eastern Mennonite Seminary, offers the address in this Fall Convocation chapel gathering in the seminary. His message is titled, “A Bible as big as the Universe”.
EMU President, Dr. Loren Swartzendruber, delivers the morning Sermon during the orientation weekend Sunday morning worship. Several student Pastoral Assistants also share short stories about where they have experienced welcome.
In this week’s “Inside Athletics” Dave welcomes James De Boer back to the program as the new school year starts. They talk about the new athletics website, emuroyals.com, and some of its features. The two also review the ODAC Preseason Polls which were released throughout the week. Inside Athletics is a weekly podcast hosted by… Read more »
This week, Dave talks with Susan Kolb, women’s soccer head coach and Assistant Athletic Director for Student Athlete Well-being. This podcast begins the weekly format and Dave introduces one of the new head coaches for the fall season. Besides talking soccer and coaching philosophy, they explain the new efforts this year on increasing our athlete retention… Read more »
During the 2011 Fall Faculty/Staff Conference, several EMU Faculty and Staff shared stories about what it has means for them to “walk boldly in the way of nonviolence and peace”: Jason Good Patience Kamau Mark Metzler Sawin Nate Yoder
Douglas and Rhonda Jacobsen continue on the theme, “Walk Boldly…,” by responding to questions submitted by EMU faculty and staff at the annual Fall Conference. Rhonda and Jake are currently co-authoring their third book, The New Soul of the American University. Much of the content for their address comes from their work and research for… Read more »