Elisabeth Wilder '17, a self-described "liberal lady," writes about her friendship with classmate and "conservative chic" Lorraine Armstrong '17 that developed during a semester at the Washington Community Scholars Center. ... read more about Bipartisan friendships bloom, fittingly, during Washington D.C. cross-cultural from The Mennonite
Malerie Plank, a 2007 nursing graduate of Eastern Mennonite University (EMU), is now pursuing a Doctorate of Nursing Practice from the University of Iowa. How did your academic studies and ... read more about Grad School Q & A: Malerie Plank ’07, pursuing a Doctorate of Nursing Practice at University of Iowa
“We can’t have a reception honoring Ken without music,” said Professor Joan Griffing at a May event marking the retirement of her music department colleague Ken J. Nafziger. Nafziger stepped ... read more about Singing to Ken J. Nafziger: faculty and former students gather for a retirement send-off
Eastern Mennonite University student Amanda Williams has spent her spring semester supporting the “modest” effort of the Smithsonian Institute Museum of Natural History to catalog its collection of 4.5 million ... read more about Smithsonian museum internship seeds student’s ultimate dream of space exploration
As the proverb goes, “It takes a village to raise a child.” This semester, Eastern Mennonite University (EMU) sophomore Jasmine Wilson is learning that maxim’s truth. She’s helping fix firmer ... read more about Jasmine Wilson: Joining a village to become family to vulnerable children
Becca Hardy, a senior at Eastern Mennonite University, was one of three local students from area colleges and universities to win a $1,000 scholarship from the Virginia Skyline Chapter of ... read more about Work experience, grades and ‘future promise’ helps grad school-bound senior win area accounting scholarship
Was the Cultural Revolution in Mao’s China really such a disaster? Dr. Dongping Han, professor at Warren-Wilson College and a native of rural China, offers the 2017 Albert N. Keim ... read more about Scholar of China offers Keim Lecture on Mao’s Cultural Revolution: was it really a disaster?
“Pastel!” Student Sara Shenk-Moreno whispers dramatically in Spanish, pantomiming eating. Members of the Eastern Mennonite University Latino Student Alliance (LSA) retrieve a decadent cake and sing “Happy Birthday” with extra ... read more about Since 1996, Latino Student Alliance celebrates cultural pride and offers a welcoming space to all
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
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.