Three is a magic number, says veteran actor and playwright Ted Swartz.
“That’s true in baseball, theater and comedy,” he says. “I generally listen when things come in threes.”
The adage has served him well for more than 20 years, as Swartz ’89, M.Div ’92, has engaged with the unlikely trio of theology, comedy and issues of faith. First with Lee Eshleman ’86 in Ted ...More
In a 2014 bi-national peace oratorical contest, Eastern Mennonite University student Seth Stauffer won second place in a speech that questioned one of the policies of the contest’s sponsor, Mennonite Central Committee.
The policy has to do with how people working with MCC talk about t ...More
Eastern Mennonite University once again set a new high for student-athletes named to the annual Old Dominion Athletic Conference All-Academic Team, as 96 Royals were honored. Last year a total of 80 Royals were named to the list, which had also been a high over the previous year’s total of 61.
All of EMU’s ODAC-sponsored sports were represented on the All-Academic Team. Men’s v ...More
“The Christian peace position is a radical thing,” began Seth Stauffer in his winning speech, “The Danger of MCC’s Own Single Story,” at Eastern Mennonite University’s C. Henry Smith Oratorical Contest held last month in Martin Chapel.
Stauffer, a second-year ...More
On paper, it looks like the Runnin Royals have their work cut out for them this season. While they do have to replace three of their top four scorers, Coach Kirby Dean feels he has a deeper basketball team this year.
“Our overall numbers are down, but I think we’ll actually play more guys,” said Dean. “I think 11 or 12 of our guys are going to play minutes, so ...More
The following Eastern Mennonite University students received awards for outstanding achievement or service at the spring semester student recognition chapel in April 2013.
The list for athletic achievement and the dean’s list for the fall semester follow.
Academic Support Center
Darian Harnish – Tutor of the year; busines ...More
When Kirby Dean first took the men’s basketball coaching job at Eastern Mennonite University in 2003, he didn’t spend much time recruiting transfer players. Nine years later, that hasn’t changed.
The difference is that now, transfers are coming to him.
Division III EMU will debut at least two and possibly three transfers this season, including power forw ...More