EMU’s D.C. program offers policy and advocacy internship opportunities to support new majors

A spring semester visit by Eastern Mennonite University students, history professors Mark Metzler Sawin, Mary Sprunger and Ji Eun Kim, and career services director Kimberly Phillips highlighted internship opportunities in
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‘Borders, Jails, and Long Drives in the Desert’: Immigrant rights attorney Kara Hartzler ’94 to present Keim Lecture

Federal public defender, immigrant rights attorney and playwright Kara Hartzler ’94 will give the spring 2019 Keim Lecture Series presentation at Eastern Mennonite University. Titled “Borders, Jails, and Long Drives
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Centennial Histories Symposium taps into Mennonite higher ed’s ‘commonality and unity’ to face challenging times

Students and seasoned scholars alike gathered March 24 at Eastern Mennonite University for the Centennial Histories Symposium, a day-long intellectual gathering featuring the authors of five histories of Mennonite higher
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Mark Loving on the film ‘Loving’ and a Supreme Court case that changed the nation

In his native Caroline County, Virginia, Mark Loving II’s family name is well known. Beyond generations of rootedness, there is both a plaque at the courthouse and a historical marker about his family history. One reason why Mark came to
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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
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