Dave begins his summer series podcast by talking about the role that parents play in the sports experience of their children. Reading exerpts from letter that former professional baseball player, Mike Matheny wrote to the parents of players on the Little League team that he was coaching, Dave highlights the ways in which parents can… Read more »
EMU celebrates the University’s 94th Annual Commencement. Abigail Disney, Ph.D. offers the Commencement address, “Why Women?”. Graduate perspectives are shared by Carmen Miller, Andy Richter, Susan Clark, and Tammy Briggs.
EMU celebrates the University’s 94th Annual Commencement in this Baccalaureate Service. Mark Metzler Sawin, Professor of History, addresses the graduates with his speech, titled, Wisdom & Vanity: A Teacher’s Parting Words. Senior class co-presidents Rochelle Fisher and Gabriel Brunk offer Senior Class Salutations.
The Cords of Distinction award honors the efforts of graduating students who have made outstanding contributions to the university, community or society. The Blue cord represents strength of conviction that one person can help to create a better institution; also willingness and openness to share thoughts and ideas. The Gold cord represents love of spirit… Read more »
Eastern Mennonite Seminary celebrates the 63nd Annual Commencement with an address by Rev. Dr. Daniel L. Garrett, Adjunct professor, United Methodist Studies at EMS, titled, “Lessons from Grandpa, Dad, and other Theologians.”
The Spring semester nursing graduates celebrate the completion of their Nursing degrees in this traditional pinning ceremony. Laura Yoder delivers the “Message to the Graduates.”
#Occupy Empire: Anabaptism in God’s Mission Janna Hunter-Bowman offers a lecture, “Embodied Discourse as Truth Claims and Behavior Change: A Constructive Alternative to Human Rights,” followed by a response by Mark Thiessen Nation. Janna Hunter-Bowman is pursuing a Ph.D. in peace studies and theology from the University of Notre Dame. She earned an M.A. degree… Read more »
#Occupy Empire: Anabaptism in God’s Mission Session II is a series of three Lectures: Paulette Moore and friends from the local “Occupy” movement present on “Occupy Harrisonburg and the Local Church.” Paulette is a filmmaker, educator, journalist, and activist. Through her work with established and emerging media she explores how art, power, conflict, and justice… Read more »
#Occupy Empire: Anabaptism in God’s Mission Nekeisha Alexis-Baker offers a lecture, “Race, Racism, and the Nation-State,” followed by a response by Carl Stauffer. A native Trinidadian and long-time New Yorker, Nekeisha Alexis-Baker currently calls Elkhart, Indiana her home. She received her BA with a major in African Studies from New York University, and her MA… Read more »
#Occupy Empire: Anabaptism in God’s Mission Chris Haw offers a lecture, followed by a response by Peter Dula. Chris is a carpenter, painter, theologian, and a potter. With his wife, Cassie, and baby, Simon, Chris lives with fellow community members at Camden House, a small intentional community in Camden, New Jersey. Chris grew up Catholic,… Read more »