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The official magazine of
Eastern Mennonite University

Please contact the Alumni & Parent Relations office to receive the Summer 2005 issue of Crossroads or to change the mailing address to which your issue is sent. To request back issues of Crossroads, please contact the Marketing Services office or email .

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The President's Annual Report, 2004-05

It is a major challenge to write an annual report that captures the energy of a campus which serves more than 2,000 people each year, employs nearly 350 faculty and staff, hosts more than 5,000 guests each summer, and engages in peacebuilding ministries all around the world. more >>

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Tom Dodson

Targeting Student Needs

The school counseling track of EMU’s master of arts in counseling program has changed dramatically in the last year.more >>

Konnie Landis

Doctor Gave Selflessly

Konnie Landis (C 90) was a doctor who took her skills and compassion around the world. more >>

A Gentle Giant

Honoring a Gentle Giant

In college, Glenn D. Metzler (C 70, S 74) came across as a soft-spoken, cuddly teddy bear. But on a wrestling mat, he transformed into the Incredible Hulk. more >>

Moving Donation

A Moving Donation

Every year, a Lancaster, Pa., area business couple makes a moving donation to EMU — literally. more >>

Myron Blosser

2005 Alumnus of the Year

EMHS has some lovely brand-new science classrooms, and Myron Blosser (C 83, G 98) does everything he can to get his students out of them. more >>

Melodie Davis

2005 Distinguished Service Award

EMU recognizes Melodie Davis for her work as author, columnist, producer, wife and mother, teacher, co-worker, friend, and volunteer. more >>


New Athletics Coaches

Four athletic programs at EMU will have new faces running the show as Steve Benson, Kevin Griffin (C 93), and Mark Mace (C 90) begin their first year with the Royals. more >>

Melodie Davis

Sacred Covenant of Nursing

Ten years ago, EMU’s nursing department began exploring what sets them apart from other nursing programs. The result? A “sacred covenant” model of nursing ... more >>

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