Walking into Lehman Auditorium, guests were met with waves of flowers and grief for Pam Arbogast’s memorial service. The lead custodian of University Commons had worked within Eastern Mennonite University’s custodial services for the past fifteen years. Friends and family... 6/campus-grieves-with-friends-and-family-of-pam-arbogast-the-mourning-of-loss-and-the-celebration-of-life/" class="read-more">Read More ›
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Recent initiatives from the board and administration regarding EMU’s hiring policy are reflexive of a larger shift in church and national politics. Loren Swartzendruber details the various influences and intentions of the upcoming listening process, which will review the hiring... 6/interview-with-emu-president-loren-swartzendruber/" class="read-more">Read More ›
After the first step inside the front door, the poignant scent of cumin and meat overwhelms the senses. Sarah Carpenter, Junior, attempts to pull the braised venison out of her crockpot with a wooden spoon and plastic tongs. She twists... 6/8-tips-for-making-the-most-of-your-meals-at-emu/" class="read-more">Read More ›
The men’s basketball team saw their first action at home last Saturday night, dropping a contest to Lynchburg by a score of 107 – 87. In front of a thick crowd in Yoder Arena, Lynchburg jumped out to a 9... 6/last-sunday-first-basketball-game-of-the-season/" class="read-more">Read More ›
Given that EMU is an institution of Mennonite Church USA, a particular Anabaptist Christian denomination, the decision of the Board of Trustees to empower EMU Administration to engage in an intentional listening process regarding the hiring policy might best be... 6/listening-process-a-form-of-communal-discernment/" class="read-more">Read More ›
“Why does it have to be so hard to double major?” I have been trying to figure out an answer to this dilemma since I came to EMU this August. As of this semester, I am a declared music performance... 6/make-two-majors-possible/" class="read-more">Read More ›
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Students at EMU are working alongside Brian Wagner from Ecosystem Services, LLC, to restore streams in the surrounding Harrisonburg area. Ecosystem Services is “an ecological restoration, engineering and environmental consulting firm in Virginia.” A team of three specialists is trained... Read More ›
Before graduating, nursing majors are required to make a senior capstone presentation. Wednesday, Nov. 6, four students, Rachel Benson, Kayti Coffey, Ardi Hermawan, and Laura Zehr, presented “A Look at the Blood Donation Policy: Is It Discriminatory?” The presentation began... Read More ›