‘How can we be silent?’: Mennonite education is more important now than ever, says executive director of Mennonite Education Agency

Carlos Romero is Executive Director of Mennonite Education Agency. This article originally ran in the January issue of The Mennonite magazine, focused on education.  I can’t remember living in a ... read more about ‘How can we be silent?’: Mennonite education is more important now than ever, says executive director of Mennonite Education Agency

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

Sexual misconduct and compliance investigation: administration acted responsibly, policy changes recommended

In July, the board of trustees of Eastern Mennonite University (EMU) engaged D. Stafford & Associates (DSA) to conduct an external independent investigation in response to allegations of sexual misconduct ... read more about Sexual misconduct and compliance investigation: administration acted responsibly, policy changes recommended

Exploring history through film, music, literature and more, Mark Sawin’s interdisciplinary approach challenges student-scholars

Today’s students are “astute cultural historians who have been bombarded with media all of their lives,” says Eastern Mennonite University history professor Mark Sawin. “They’re immersed in film and music ... read more about Exploring history through film, music, literature and more, Mark Sawin’s interdisciplinary approach challenges student-scholars