“There might be a million people doing what you do, but there’s only one ‘you,’” says Houston-based attorney Ral Nwankwo Obioha ‘08. “This has encouraged me to build my law ... read more about Attorney Ral Nwankwo Obioha ‘08 finds rewards in family immigration law
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
“The Church in Black & White,” a one-day virtual symposium on Saturday, Sept. 12, explores the history of Brethren and Mennonite churches on issues of race. The event is co-sponsored ... read more about Conference to explore history of Brethren, Mennonite churches on issues of race
I love listening to the ‘story’ of the problem, sifting through the complexity to figure out what is important and what information or voice is missing, asking the right questions ... read more about Katrina Alger ‘08 wrestles with the human component of wildlife conservation
Amy Rosenberger ‘85 was among 16 attorneys at the law firm Willig, Williams & Davidson to be listed among the 2020 Pennsylvania Super Lawyers and Rising Stars. Rosenberger, who works ... read more about Attorney Amy Rosenberger ’85 named ‘Super Lawyer’
This July 1 interview features seminary professor Sarah Bixler and her husband Ben speaking on Lincoln Homestead renovations.
... read more about WSVA interviews Sarah and Ben Bixler about Lincoln Homestead renovations from WSVA
Robert Cook is a 2017 graduate of Eastern Mennonite University with a degree in history and social science. After earning a degree in government at Johns Hopkins University, he teaches ... read more about Grad School Q & A: Robert Cook ’17
“ … he saw her, and also to his horror saw that a lighted match was in her hand, and that she stood by a train of gun powder, which ... read more about ‘Emu Editions’ publishing house reanimates 19th century pulp fiction
The Lincoln Homestead, owned by seminary professor Sarah Bixler and husband Ben, begins renovations. The Bixlers had to cancel a second open house that was scheduled, as well as a Juneteenth educational event, due to COVID-19. They are hoping to reschedule an open house for the fall and to do an event next June 19.
... read more about Lincoln Homestead renovations begin, set to be complete in summer 2021 from WHSV-3