Fourteen new residents to Washington D.C. moved in along with the new president of the United States in January. The students, from two universities, are in residence this semester at ... read more about From NOAA to the USDA: fourteen students make Washington D.C. their home for the spring semester
Maria Swartzentruber, a fifth-grade teacher at Linville-Edom Elementary School, has made it her mission to get students excited about math. [Swartzentruber graduated in 2011 with a degree in education and ... read more about Maria Swartzentruber ’11, MA ’16 wins Virginia math educator of the year award
“I like to share my culture. I like to share everything, especially music, so they [listeners] can learn something about us,” said Rashed Alkaabi, an Intensive English Program student at ... read more about Radio documentary features English language learners ‘sharing from hearts and homelands’
Once memorized, always memorized—Shenandoah Valley Children’s Choir (SVCC) alumnus Riley Maas says she often finds herself humming or singing music learned years before. “The music of SVCC will always be ... read more about Shenandoah Valley Children’s Choir celebrates 25 years with weekend alumni gatherings and three concerts
Professor Timothy Seidel wins the Edward Said Award from Third World Quarterly for his paper, ''Occupied territory is occupied territory': James Baldwin, Palestine and the possibilities of transnational solidarity." ... read more about Dr. Timothy Seidel wins Edward Said Award for new research in international studies from Third World Quarterly
Student Robert Propst invites readers into the world of Guatemala, where he and other members of the spring Guatemala and Colombia trip led by Professor Ann Hershberger and her husband, ... read more about Stay tuned to spring semester cross-culturals traveling in Guatemala/Colombia, the Middle East and Washington D.C.
In two years, sophomore Nicole Litwiller has used her artistic worldview, psychology background and creative problem-solving skills to carve out her own niche at Eastern Mennonite University. When the liberal ... read more about Harry Potter fan Nicole Litwiller leads creation of ‘Royals Cup’ competition to perk student interest in campus activities
From the students, faculty, and staff of Eastern Mennonite University, everyone wants you to know – you are welcome here! #YouAreWelcomeHere http://www.emu.edu/international ... read more about You Are Welcome Here!
Najeeha Khan came to Friday’s Summer Peacebuilding Institute Community Day at Eastern Mennonite University (EMU) to gain organizing skills and learn about facilitating dialogue. The senior international affairs and religion ... read more about Got conflict? Growing SPI Community Day reflects citizens’ need for peacebuilding skills
Ryan Keebaugh, assistant professor of music at Eastern Mennonite University, is one of three winners in the 2017 Raabe Prize for Excellence in Sacred Composition. Seventy-eight entrants competed for the ... read more about Keebaugh earns Raabe Prize honorable mention for a capella composition