The Fall/Winter 2017 issue of Crossroads, in mailboxes this month, is the second of two issues celebrating our Centennial year, 2017-18. Eastern Mennonite University was founded 100 years ago, opening for the first classes in October 1917.
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View individual articles by clicking on the links below:
- New president Susan Schultz Huxman on EMU’s influence and ‘countercultural story’;
- Students share their vision for EMU’s future;
- Regina Chacha ’85, carrying on the international ministry she and her husband started, earns recognition alongside icons of American arts and politics in Vanity Fair magazine;
- Loyal students, loyal alumni: Twelve current seminary students drive hours to class each week;
- Auditor Ashley Hevener ’11 and Ebola research-supporter Jonathan Nofziger ’11 on the value of an EMU education;
- The generous legacy of HDH and Flora Showalter lives on through their family;
- And of course, everyone’s favorite: Mileposts!
Unfortunately our super-spectacular four-page spread with short bios of current graduate students in our many master’s degree programs could not be transferred (easily) to our Crossroads website, so please do visit pages 20-24 of our digital issue to read about some of the interesting and talented professionals who choose EMU for their graduate school experience.
If you visit the digital issue, you can also see Homecoming photos and some great Milepost sidebars.
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