This fall, students are working in schools, theaters, research labs and medical clinics as part of the Washington Community Scholars’ Center (WCSC). The center, located in D.C. since 1976, is ... read more about WCSC fall 2021 interns work in DC-area clinics, labs, orgs and more
Larisa Friesen Hall, a graduate student in the Executive MBA program at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, has been named among the 2021 Best & Brightest list. The honor comes from ... read more about Alumna named as ‘2021 Best & Brightest EMBAs’
“I’m a kid that grew up in the north side of Richmond, one of the toughest parts of Richmond when I was growing up. And it was my community, which ... read more about Virginia Council of CEOs profiles Cedric Moore ’97, CEO of Spectrum Transformation Group
Eastern Mennonite University will induct three new members to the Hall of Honor this fall: Richy Bikko ‘11, Alyssa Derstine Landis ‘11, and Michelle Leaman Richards ‘10. The induction ceremony, ... read more about EMU Hall of Honor to induct three alumni athletes during Homecoming and Family Weekend
The 2021 TenTalks event, a favorite of Eastern Mennonite University’s Homecoming and Family Weekend, moves to a new, larger campus venue this year. Join us Saturday, Oct. 16, at 2 ... read more about TenTalks 2021 focuses on food entrepreneurs building community
George Johnson ’11 was used to being the person who others came to for help. He grew up in northside Richmond, and through his work ethic and entrepreneurial savvy, he ... read more about Entrepreneur and star basketball alum shares about betrayal and healing
Noah Dahllof, a business administration major at Eastern Mennonite University (EMU), got a behind-the-scenes taste this summer of the economy’s circulatory system – shipping. Dahllof was an operations intern at Trinity ... read more about Undergrad spends summer internship in transportation industry
This summer, students are shooting films, nursing human and wildlife patients back to health, and providing Spanish language translation throughout the city of Washington DC. These internships and more are ... read more about WCSC Summer 2021 hosts full house with wide-ranging internships
Magpie owner and entrepreneur Kirsten Moore plans to lease the building across Gay Street from her diner and repurpose it into a retail market called Liberty Street Mercantile on the ground floor with a multi-use event space on the second. Read more about this EMU alumna's plans.
... read more about Magpie owner Kirsten Moore working on marketplace and event space from The Citizen
Aaron Troyer, the new chair of the Florida Fruit & Vegetable Association, steps into the leadership role with a love of farming and an impressive resume of education and experience in the agriculture industry. Read more, including a Q & A.
... read more about Alumnus to chair Florida Fruit & Vegetable Association from Spudman