Congressman John Lewis died last Friday, leaving with us his lifetime legacy of advancing civil rights, starting as a young man as a participant in the Freedom Rides, chair of
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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
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"America at large is facing two pandemics: racism and COVID-19. But, low-income Black and Brown children in America are facing one more, the temporary and permanent closure of their schools." Read an
Ed Week op-ed co-authored by Ryan Good, assistant professor and co-director at the Washington Community Scholars Center in Washington D.C.
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“My time at WCSC definitely helped me to gain the tools to build effective therapeutic relationships with clients of all health backgrounds. The tools I gained will live in me
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At first glance, there is nothing “shadowy” about the rise of fundraising organizations tied to Philadelphia public schools. These independently run nonprofits are typically associated with the sunny side of public education. But researchers Ryan Good and Katharine Nelson say there is a central paradox embedded in these “Friends of” groups, which have burst onto the scene in many wealthy or gentrifying parts of Philadelphia.
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It was on her cross-cultural semester, in the spring of 2018, in the jagged, rocky hills of the Sonoran desert, when Eastern Mennonite University (EMU) Spanish and writing studies double-major
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Eight students from Eastern Mennonite University and Bluffton University are gaining professional, community and cultural experiences in EMU’s Washington Community Scholars’ Center (WCSC) this semester. The program, in Washington D.C.
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Lorraine Armstrong Hohl ‘17 was among the EMU alumni briefly profiled in our “Lead Together” feature pages of the fall/winter 2019-20 issue of Crossroads magazine. We’re pleased she took time
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Eastern Mennonite University’s MLK Day celebrations included service projects, lectures and workshops, a convocation, film showings and much more. Enjoy photos of highlighted events by Macson McGuigan, Kiana Childress and
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Under a new memo of understanding, the first student from Bethel College attended EMU's Washington Community Scholars' Center this summer.
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