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Not Wasting an Opportunity

From garden, to fork and back into the ground, new campus initiatives including raspberry bushes and compost bins will dot the Eastern Mennonite University (EMU) landscape thanks to initiatives submitted by faculty, staff and students. Katie Jantzen, co-leader of Earthkeepers, said the overall goal of the mini-grants wa ...More

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Fall Equals Sustainability at EMU

Sustainability will be front and center during the fall semester at Eastern Mennonite University (EMU) as Jonathan Lantz-Trissel, sustainability coordinator, announced a full slate of activities, from singing and storytelling to seminars. “The events make use of different media formats—music, film and guest presentations—in covering sustainable topics,” said Lantz-Trisse ...More

EMU in top 20 percent of nation in recycling competition

By Brooke Fansler, EMU class of 2012 (English major) EMU placed 28th in the “waste minimization” category out of 510 colleges and universities in a nationwide recycling challenge called “Recylemania” held during spring semester. That percentage “is the most comprehensive indicator of how well a school manages its waste, as it inherently inclu ...More

EMU Ranks High in National Recycling Contest

EMU placed ahead of larger universities – like Yale, Portland State University and University of Colorado at Boulder – in a national recycling competition this spring. Read more… ...More

Walking Humbly With God

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Recycle By Cycle

By Heather Bowser, Daily News-Record Some people ride bikes just for fun. Some people ride bikes just for exercise. But two people at Eastern Mennonite University ride bikes just for work – hard work. ...More