Eastern Mennonite University students participated in a day of service and learning on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, 2013. Experiences included a walking tour of the historic northeast community of Harrisonburg, Va., dialogue about racism at a downtown barbershop, a meal at a community center and clean-up of a local …
“Third culture kids” and international students find a home at Eastern Mennonite University with its global perspective and diverse student body.
Trash fashion outfits are made from “found” materials. They combine the importance of recycling with creativity, style and high fashion. Eastern Mennonite University (EMU) art professor, Cyndi Gusler, along with EMU art students, explored this fashion style years ago in an EMU art class and the trends don’t stop! Watch …
Joo-Ah, originally from South Korea, describes Eastern Mennonite University as a place where “you’ll be accepted no matter what.” She has been involved in theater productions, research projects, and the student newspaper, The WeatherVane. Joo-Ah talks about why EMU is a great university for international students.
Gardening, composting, and learning about environmental issues are just a few of the ways that Josh has explored creation care at Eastern Mennonite University. Josh discusses how our choices today concerning the environment affect future generations.
At Eastern Mennonite University, students explore their faith through weekly chapels, student-led worship services, hall bible studies, coffeehouses and more!
Being a student-athlete at Eastern Mennonite University has shaped Molly’s life. Molly chose nearby EMU in Harrisonburg, Virginia for its well-known teacher education program.
Eastern Mennonite University student Daniel talks about how international business is approached differently at EMU. He also shares about his involvement with intramural sports and community life on his residence hall. Find out more!