Legendary civil rights activist and Republican mayor team up for health reform, kick off speaking tour at EMU

Civil rights activist Bob Zellner is at it again—working for justice and equality. Zellner, 77, was the first white southerner on staff of the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC)—the influential ... read more about Legendary civil rights activist and Republican mayor team up for health reform, kick off speaking tour at EMU

‘Rescuing Jesus’ author and journalist Deborah Jian Lee to speak about counter-cultures reclaiming evangelicalism

Journalist, radio producer, professor and author Deborah Jian Lee will visit Eastern Mennonite University on Wednesday, Feb. 15.  The 10 a.m. chapel in Lehman Auditorium and a 4 p.m. colloquium, ... read more about ‘Rescuing Jesus’ author and journalist Deborah Jian Lee to speak about counter-cultures reclaiming evangelicalism

Sarah Kennedy, professor of Renaissance literature and Shakespeare, brings historical fiction to Writers Read

“Historical Fiction, Tudor England, Gardening, Herbs and Poetry” reads the tagline on Dr. Sarah Kennedy’s website. Kennedy – poet, novelist, and Mary Baldwin University professor – is the featured author ... read more about Sarah Kennedy, professor of Renaissance literature and Shakespeare, brings historical fiction to Writers Read

Young black girls show effects of racism, sexism and historical trauma, writes social work professor Melody M. Pannell

Professor Melody M. Pannell shares experiences in researching the effects of racism and sexism, as well as historical trauma, on the mental health of young black girls in this article for the magazine of Mennonite Women USA.     ... read more about Young black girls show effects of racism, sexism and historical trauma, writes social work professor Melody M. Pannell from Timbrel