Elisabeth Wilder '17, a self-described "liberal lady," writes about her friendship with classmate and "conservative chic" Lorraine Armstrong '17 that developed during a semester at the Washington Community Scholars Center. ... read more about Bipartisan friendships bloom, fittingly, during Washington D.C. cross-cultural from The Mennonite
Eastern Mennonite University students return with excitement for a new school year in which EMU will celebrate its Centennial. Welcome back students! http://http://emu.edu/centennial ... read more about 2017 Orientation and Move In!
Living in a residence hall at Eastern Mennonite University is not just about having a place to stay. Rather, it’s about being part of a caring community. In August, 37 ... read more about ‘Their cups are completely overflowing’: Residence life staff foster community for student advisors
Professor Kim Brenneman calls the cross-cultural experience “the ultimate classroom.” Most Eastern Mennonite University alumni who have participated in the program agree. Each semester and summer, EMU students spread out ... read more about The world as classroom: Faculty-staff panel discusses past, present and future of EMU’s unique cross-cultural program
Navigating spiritual and personal growth, pastoral roles, early mornings, late nights, and much more, four Eastern Mennonite University (EMU) students are spending 11 weeks this summer exploring the ministry profession ... read more about Ministry exploration draws five students to summer internships
Larisa Zehr is a 2011 graduate of Eastern Mennonite University, where she majored in peacebuilding and development, and minored in pre-law, history and social sciences, and political studies. Since graduation, ... read more about Grad School Q&A: Larisa Zehr heads to law school after six years of peacebuilding work in Colombia
Assisting at home births, seeing the bullet that killed President Garfield and rewriting an accounting policies handbook are just some of the on-the-job experiences enjoyed by the 13 students in ... read more about Summer 2017 at WCSC: students intern with NASA, the Smithsonian Institute, midwives, physical therapists and more
If you were among the thousands of Royals athletes who competed for Eastern Mennonite University, we know special memorabilia brings back memories of grueling workouts, special wins, hard fought losses, ... read more about Got Royals sports memorabilia? Send us a pic and share your story!
Eastern Mennonite University’s Tyler Denlinger (Perkasie, Pa./Dock Mennonite Academy) has won the Harry G. “Doc” Jopson Award, giving the Royals a top scholar-athlete award from the Old Dominion Athletic Conference for the ... read more about Denlinger wins Jopson Award as ODAC’s top male scholar-athlete
In 2011, Lynchburg Beacon of Hope set out to improve the number of students who pursue higher education in the city of Lynchburg, Virginia. The nonprofit was formed as one ... read more about A Model For Others: Beacon of Hope Scholar Azariah Cox ’17 is the first graduate aided by Lynchburg nonprofit