A time lapse of the demolition of the Oakwood residence hall and construction of Cedarwood residence hall in its place. Students will move into Cedarwood at the beginning of fall semester, 2009.
Eastern Mennonite University took its trash fashion show on the road to Mennonite Youth Convention at Columbus, Ohio. It featured formal dresses made out of plastic grocery bags and old filmstrip, shirts made out of aluminum foil, shorts made out of playing cardsand …
The construction of the new residence hall at Eastern Mennonite University, as seen from a webcam, from September 5, 2008 to February 3, 2009. The building will be one of the first LEED certified buildings in Harrisonburg.
A time-lapse video of the demolition of Oakwood, the infamous all-male dorm, over the course of two days: Sept. 12-13. It is being replaced by a larger, environmentally-friendly co-ed residence hall.
Students and faculty talk about environmental sustainability at EMU: green design class, LEED certification, green buildings, recycling, composting, campus garden – all part of our Christian faith
A small piece about Eastern Mennonite University’s reusable shopping bags in Harrisonburg Virginia.