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1967 – Page 2 – EMUstories.com

Class Year: 1967

Bob and Rachel Brenneman

Bob ’70 and Rachel ’67 Brenneman share about their engagement, camping in the freezing temperatures, eating family-style in the dining hall, the library drive, and more. Music: Jessica Crawford, “Shine”

Homecoming worship service lifts up words of Micah to honor alumni award winners and retiring professor

The honorees at Eastern Mennonite University’s Oct. 13 Homecoming and Family Weekend worship service included a pastor and social justice activist, a couple who has devoted themselves to a community of healing for those in mental health distress, a woman who lives among the poor of Asia, and a well-loved music professor, who has, among … More

Homecoming and Family Weekend draws a crowd to reunions, arts and athletic events, food and fun

In 1966, eight women, all elementary education majors at Eastern Mennonite University (EMU), started a circle letter after graduation. Nearly 50 years later — after moves, weddings, births and other significant life happenings — six of those women traveled from four states to reunite at EMU’s Homecoming and Family Weekend Oct. 14-16. The six friends … More

From ditto to digital, Weather Vane and loyal staffers still ‘let readers know how the winds are blowing on campus’

From the first “Purple Press” issue printed as a mimeographed, letter-sized paper in 1939 to the Weather Vane online, the EMU student newspaper has been a vessel of student expression for not only staff reporters, but for the entire campus community. In his 50-year history of the college, Hubert Pellman ’38 described the Weather Vane … More

Alumnus of the Year 2008: Donald Kraybill

If the subject is the Amish, Mennonites, or something linked to pacifism – and a reporter needs an expert to quote – look for the quote to be from Donald B. Kraybill ’67, EMU ’s 2008 Alumnus of the Year. An Associated Press story in May, for instance, contained Kraybill’s observations on a legal case … More

Distinguished Service Award 2016: Wayne and Donna Burkhart

Wayne ’67 and Donna Beachy ’69 Burkhart were both just days out of graduate school when the couple spotted a Mennonite Weekly Review ad for a “Gardens and Grounds Work Leader.” Wayne’s advisor at Michigan State University told him it looked like a “dead-end job.” Wayne still applied. Thirty-two years later, both he and Donna … More

PAX service program, predecessor to the Peace Corps, recognized by Mahatma Gandhi Center for Global Nonviolence

In 1951, Jay “Junior” Lehman, then a 21-year-old farm boy from Ohio, sailed by freighter to Antwerp, Belgium. He was among the first wave of conscientious objectors to participate in a new alternative service program called Pax. Reaching their eventual destination in Germany, Lehman and about 20 draft-age men labored to turn Nazi poison-gas bunkers … More

Join the meal: Part I of EMU’s Dining Hall Saga: 1917 to 1970s, site of fellowship, gentility and cultural skirmishes

Herewith is presented a somewhat exhaustive chronology of Eastern Mennonite College/Eastern Mennonite University’s dining services. Consume as much as you’d like and return for seconds. Or simply begin reading in the era of your choosing. We try to please all tastes. Your two cooks are Brenna Cowardin, summer intern, who handled the prep work with … More

EMC’s 60th anniversary was celebrated with speeches … and a giant campus-cake

Those present at Eastern Mennonite College’s 60th anniversary celebration in 1977 may have forgotten the hymns, the interview event in the chapel, or the special bulletin issue. But they wouldn’t have forgotten the cake. The sheet cake was a to-scale replica of campus, about four feet by six feet in size and made with fifty … More

Milton Loyer: Teaching statistics in the age of Microsoft

Here’s the thing about statistics in this day and age: anyone can enter data into Microsoft Excel and, with a few clicks of the mouse, execute any number of statistical procedures and end up with any number of statistical outputs. Even a kindergartener could do it, right? Indeed, as long as that kindergartner was skilled at … More

Don Kraybill

Anabaptist historian Don Kraybill ’67 discusses discipleship at EMU. Music: Shine by EMU alum Jessica Crawford.