Seven shapes or four notes? If you have an opinion, then you’ll want to know ‘The Musical Million’ 1879-97 is now online

Giving special thanks to Eastern Mennonite University special collections librarian Simone Horst for her digitalization help, the Library of Virginia’s Virginia Chronicle website has launched a fully searchable run of the music
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EMU archivist reflects on ‘Voices of Peace’ exhibit and the sacrifice of conscientious objectors

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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From ‘The Citizen’: City council candidates attend forum hosted by 10 EMU clubs and organizations

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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Student activism presents learning opportunities for all, says faculty/staff conference keynote

Professor Felipe Hinojosa offered a message of promise during his keynote address “Another University Is Possible” at Eastern Mennonite University’s annual fall faculty and staff conference: Embrace students as visionaries
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