The Shenandoah Valley Bach Festival, now in its 27th season, will celebrate the holidays with “A Bach Festival Christmas” Tuesday, November 27, 2018 at 7:30 p.m. The performance will take
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Eastern Mennonite University archivist Simone Horst reviews the “Voices of Conscience: Peace Witness in the Great War” exhibit, which closes Nov. 17 at the Sadie Hartzler Library. It has been forty-five
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We take a peek at Shakespeare's play "Measure for Measure," being performed at Eastern Mennonite University. The final performances are this Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
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The fall 2018 music gala at Eastern Mennonite University will highlight the university’s many ensembles – and a “lullaby” requiem. The annual event is 7-9 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 17,
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Dr. Joseph Gascho '68 shares photos about colleagues: "Physicians are regular people just like their patients, and, when not on the job, they do many of the same things for the same reasons: playing with pets and doing sports, music, and art."
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The Eastern Mennonite University nursing program’s signature “Sacred Covenant” is getting an update – by its originator and with the help of those who live it. Since 1994, the ethics
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Ten organizations at Eastern Mennonite University collaborated to bring the five Harrisonburg City Council candidates to an Oct. 30 evening forum: Peace Fellowship, Student Government Association, EMU Young Democrats, Latino
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The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates the U.S. needs more than a million new nurses by 2024. The American Association of Colleges of Nursing reports that, in 2016, nursing schools turned away more than 64,000 qualified applicants because of lack of space. Eastern Mennonite University in Harrisonburg has firsthand knowledge of that problem. “We always have a wait list of qualified people who are unable to get into our program,” says Associate Professor Laura Yoder.
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Even though the odds against peacebuilding can seem stacked, Theo Sitther, a lobbyist for the Friends Committee on National Legislation (FCNL), has also seen consensus in Washington D.C. – this
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Renowned New Testament scholar N.T. Wright will visit Eastern Mennonite University Nov. 13-14 as part of a presentation series on the theme “Discerning the Dawn.” In addition to presenting in
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