Owen Longacre ’13 is a graduate of Eastern Mennonite University’s teacher education program. He teaches and coaches at Spotswood High School in Rockingham County Public Schools. *** Owen Longacre was ... read more about County teacher receives prestigious certification
Eastern Mennonite University’s Albert N. Keim Lecture Series brings scholars to campus each year in honor of the well-loved history professor, who was a teacher and administrator for 35 years. ... read more about HNN founder Rick Shenkman to speak on ‘Why is Democracy so @#$&! Hard?’
The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on educational institutions across the country – with students, instructors, and families seemingly in limbo as they try to navigate public health precautions and an ... read more about Centering student needs, EMU faculty adapt to fall semester challenges
Poet and theologian Pádraig Ó Tuama will spend the second week of September virtually touring Eastern Mennonite University: speaking in chapels, colloquia, and classes; chatting with pastors and LGBTQ+ groups; ... read more about Join virtual events with poet and theologian Pádraig Ó Tuama Sept. 14-18
Mike Gale, 42, came to Lexington after spending 14 seasons as the boys basketball coach at Stuarts Draft High in neighboring Augusta County. He is a 1996 graduate of Fort Defiance High School and a 2001 graduate of Eastern Mennonite University, where he played baseball.
... read more about Rockbridge AD Mike Gale ’01 is the new boys basketball coach from Roanoke Times
Michael Greene '76, who was been coaching for over 40 years, leaves Park View as its longest tenured coach with 30 years of service at the high school. He is married to Bonnie Showalter Greene '77, whom he met at EMU.
... read more about Park View baseball coach retires after 30 years from Brunswick Times-Gazette
Newsflash! Wondering how the Great Herm Search of 2020 was going? Mark Oct. 16 on your calendar. Eastern Mennonite University’s new blue lion mascot will meet his fans during the ... read more about All-virtual Homecoming and Family Weekend features new Herm, fun run/ride, TenTalks and much more
Myron Blosser ’83, MA ’98 has received the highest award a teacher can achieve – a Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science. Blosser is co-chair of the Harrisonburg High School ... read more about STEM teacher Myron Blosser ’83, MA ’98 wins Presidential Award
The Spring/Summer 2020 issue of Crossroads featured heartfelt reflections from alumni on their experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic. Brooke Hensley ’14, in the photo above with colleagues, is an emergency ... read more about ROYALS RESPOND: Pandemic postcards from across the globe
“What affects one of us affects all of us, and what affects all of us affects one of us,” said Ram Bhagat, manager of school climate and culture strategy for ... read more about RJE Conference focuses on youth leaders as ‘the ambassadors for change’