[an error occurred while processing this directive] CrossroadsThis article is from the EMU News Archive. The approximate date of publication was in April 2005. Current EMU news is available at www.emu.edu/news


Crossroads: the official magazine of Eastern Mennonite University

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feature story

Portraits of Hope and Change

Portraits of Hope and Change

John Drescher (C 51) says "People are looking, not so much for some new teaching, but for examples. We must not only know the way and show the way, but go the way."

Our feature tells the stories of four alumni doing just that: Jessica King (C 96), John Drescher (C 51), Kay Moshier-McDivitt (C 76), and Everett Ressler (C 70).more >>


also in this issue

Viva el Viaje

Viva el Viaje: Live the Journey

Eric Kennel (C 04) and Dave Landis (C 04) are months into a year-long journey that will take them to over 40 countries.
more >>

 
Development to a Different Drummer

Development to a Different Drummer

EMU profs Richard Yoder (C 69) and Vernon Jantzi (C 64) co-wrote this mix of stories on development and missions. more >>

Profiles in Giving

Planting Seeds of Change

Henry (C 70) and Charlotte Graber (C 65) Rosenberger were convinced their generation would change the world.
more >>

Husam Jubran

Alum Spreading Nonviolence

Husam Jubran (G 04) was training fellow Palestinians in conflict transformation when he met Amer.
more >>

Student Missions

Nurturing Interest in Missions

Students have a new group on campus: the Student Mission Interest Group (SMIG), which pairs undergrads and seminary students for mission and service. more >>

Kara Hartzler

From the Stage to the Courtroom

Kara Hartzler (C 94) has spent the last ten years making changes in her own life and in the lives of others.more >>

Kim Stauffer

Alumni Spotlight

Actor and playwright Kim Stauffer (C 99) is an Acting Fellow with Washington D.C."s Shakespeare Theater.more >>

Moira Rogers

Firmly Planted in Three Cultures

Moira R. Rogers, associate professor of Spanish, is beign recognized for a major research project in Germany. more >>

other news