Story Author: David Doremus

Auction of mint condition Hudson Hornet to benefit University Fund

Any takers for a meticulously maintained 1954 Hudson Hornet four-door sedan – a production model of the sleek, smooth-handling automobile that inspired the “Fabulous Hudson Hornet” of Disney/Pixar’s blockbuster film Cars? The car was put up for auction on eBay by a couple with close ties to Eastern Mennonite University (EMU), with proceeds from its … More

Book publication crowns career of seminary’s most tenured teacher and scholar

In her new book, The Irony of Power: The Politics of God in Matthew’s Narrative (Pickwick, 2017),  Dorothy Jean Weaver ’72, professor of New Testament at Eastern Mennonite Seminary, brings together essays on a theme in the Gospel of Matthew that has preoccupied her for much of her working life. The book also serves as a … More

The Steel Wheels — with deep EMU roots — to headline Centennial festivities

The Steel Wheels, the nationally recognized Shenandoah Valley-based roots music band consisting of Eastern Mennonite University alumni Trent Wagler ’02, Eric Brubaker ’01, and Brian Dickel ’98, as well as bandmate Jay Lapp, will join headline the celebration of the university’s centennial at Homecoming and Family Weekend this October. On Saturday, Oct. 14, at 4 p.m., the … More

Ken J. Nafziger conducts final Chamber Singers concert featuring alumni guests

The Eastern Mennonite University (EMU) Chamber Singers, a select student choir, will present “Communities of Song,” its spring concert, at 7 p.m. on Sunday, April 23, in Lehman Auditorium. The concert will be the choir’s last under the baton of Dr. Kenneth J. Nafziger, who retires this spring after 39 years as a member of … More