Was the Cultural Revolution in Mao’s China really such a disaster? Dr. Dongping Han, professor at Warren-Wilson College and a native of rural China, offers the 2017 Albert N. Keim ... read more about Scholar of China offers Keim Lecture on Mao’s Cultural Revolution: was it really a disaster?
Hubert R. Pellman, professor emeritus of English at Eastern Mennonite University, passed away March 16, 2017, at Oaklea Nursing Home, Virginia Mennonite Retirement Community, in Harrisonburg, Virginia. He devoted his ... read more about Hubert R. Pellman, emeritus professor of English and accomplished historian, was devoted to family, teaching and faith
LovEMU Giving Day on April 4 at Eastern Mennonite University (EMU) will allow supporters to “show the love” with those who otherwise could not afford the quality academics and transformational ... read more about LovEMU Giving Day on April 4 will help make Eastern Mennonite University available to all
Jean Claude Nkundwa, a 2014 graduate of Eastern Mennonite University’s Center for Justice and Peacebuilding (CJP), has been selected for the center’s Peacebuilder of the Year Award. Nkundwa has devoted ... read more about Burundi peace activist Jean Claude Nkundwa to receive the CJP Peacebuilder of the Year Award
“You are welcome here” is the emphatic message offered by Eastern Mennonite University students, faculty and staff in a new “blockbuster” video released just after President Donald Trump’s travel ban. ... read more about EMU joins #YouAreWelcomeHere campaign with record-setting video
Alumna Claudette Monroy ‘10 made Washington Post front-page news on Feb. 8, sharing her story among the 11 million undocumented immigrants who are waiting and watching as President Donald Trump ... read more about Educator and DREAMer Claudette Monroy ’10 featured in Washington Post
The planetarium at Eastern Mennonite University – for many of those whose history with the school predates 2007, the words bring up many emotions and fond memories, whether those memories ... read more about Planetarium on Vesper Heights and in Suter Science Center exposes generations to starry skies
The fall/winter 2016 issue of Crossroads focuses on Eastern Mennonite University alumni who have made conscious choices, whether vocational or avocational, to work in multicultural settings as advocates for social ... read more about ‘Let Your Life Speak’: Fall/Winter 2016 Crossroads features alumni empowering neighbors in multicultural U.S.
Ruth Njika serves as assistant youth pastor, church leader, and assistant praise and worship team leader in a Hyattsville, Maryland, church with 50 members hailing primarily from West Africa. An ... read more about Pastoral leaders STEP up their potential in first Washington D.C. cohort of ministry training program
Listen. Live. Lead. Our communities, country and world need EMU graduates now more than ever. EMU graduates are prepared to listen to different perspectives, live as global citizens and lead ... read more about Support EMU on #GivingTuesday