President Loren Swartzendruber addresses the campus community for the final time in chapel as president of the university. There is a passing of the gavel from the current SGA Co-Presidents to the newly elected Co-Presidents. We also host a time of sending for students and faculty soon departing on summer Cross-Cultural Seminars and similar… Read more »
University Chapel Gathering emphasizes the university’s vision of being a Learning Community as faculty and staff in several departments celebrate significant achievements of students during the Spring semester.
Various announcements are presented. Bluffton University student Katey Ebaugh opens with reflections on, “A Dream for the future of the Mennonite Church.” Roxy Allen Kioko and David Brubaker coordinate a discussion around “The Future of Anabaptist Leadership.” Artist in Residence Janine Aberg discusses the paintings she has been working on during the conference sessions. … Read more »
Bethel University student Alexandra Shoup opens with reflections on, “How can our Anabaptist identity empower us?” Nancy Heisey, David Miller, and Gilberto Perez Jr. deliver the keynote address on “A Theology of Anabaptist Leadership” Leading into the Common Good: an Anabaptist Perspective Join practitioners, scholars and students to examine the history of leadership models… Read more »
Hesston College Student Jeremy Good opens with reflections on, “Why Anabaptist Values Matter to My Generation” Lee Snyder and Phil Wenger deliver the keynote address on “Anabaptist Values in Practice: How they have Shaped my Leadership” Leading into the Common Good: an Anabaptist Perspective Join practitioners, scholars and students to examine the history of… Read more »
Heidi Winters Vogel, associate professor of theater, presents the monthly University Colloquium address in Mainstage Theater. Heidi’s presentation is entitled “Performing Community: Building Civic Practice Committed to Hospitality and Capacity.” Heidi is committed to using theater as a tool for social justice. This program offers an opportunity to hear more about how she does that.
Wednesday, February 17, 2016: “Chapel” was scattered around campus and hosted by various academic departments. This podcast features the Language and Literature Department: Becoming Known in the Breaking of Bread – Language and Literature faculty and students share stories about communion through sharing food in the family, classroom, and across borders. Bilingual songs and… Read more »