Do you think these guys look ready for the ODAC Indoor Track & Field Championships on Sunday? I would say so! Events start at noon in Salem, Va., hosted by Roanoke College. Follow live results at: http://snaptiming.com/meets/odacindoor2-25-2017/

These guys look ready for Sunday's ODAC Indoor Championships! @EMU_XC_TF @EMU_News @odacathletics SEE LIVE RESULTS:… https://t.co/xnPCzz8tLY

Walk-Off 16-15 Win Pushes High-Scoring EMU Baseball Men To 5-2 @EMUbaseball1 @EMU_News @odacathletics #d3bhttps://t.co/0OmDcGIexj

Royals Win Two More For Six Straight, Now 12-4 Overall @EMU_News @SIDCVC @AVCAVolleyball https://t.co/GLcNKMbG7T https://t.co/b9hHXfX0hp

RT @LarryNorrisJr: What a crazy game!! Emotions were running up and down.

BASEBALL FINAL: @EMUbaseball1 16, PS-Harrisburg 15. Royals score 2 in 9th including walk-off walk from Meehan. https://t.co/lDNIm3k0Uu

@PSAltoonaLions @svuknights @PSBAthletics Doubt you saw THAT one coming!

BASEBALL B8: @EMUbaseball1 14, PS-Harrisburg 13. Royals lead wild one on Roberts' RBI single in 6th. @odacathletics https://t.co/lDNIm3k0Uu

MVB FINAL: EMU 3, Bard 1. No. 9 Royals get 5th straight win. Ragland and Callahan each w 12 kills. @EMU_News @SIDCVC https://t.co/lDNIm3k0Uu

BASEBALL T6: Penn State-Harrisburg 13, @EMUbaseball1 11. Both coaches pulling out hair. @odacathletics STATS: https://t.co/lDNIm3k0Uu

MVB: Royals again roll, winning set 3, 25-16. Up 2-1 on Bard. @SIDCVC WATCH: https://t.co/7qyYBG8Mwo

MVB: Royals return to form and win set 2, 25-17. Callahan w 8 kills in that set alone. @SIDCVC WATCH IT: https://t.co/lDNIm3k0Uu

MVB: Royals hit just .034 in set one and drop to Bard, 25-21. WATCH IT: https://t.co/lDNIm3k0Uu

BB T3: @EMUbaseball1 8, Penn State-Harrisburg 4. "Only" 14 hits, including 3-run HR from Hedrick! @odacathletics https://t.co/lDNIm3k0Uu

MVB: EMU set to host Bard. Starters: Abele, Elmore, Wright, Ragland, Zamiar, Callahan and Tomlin. @SIDCVC WATCH: https://t.co/7qyYBG8Mwo

BASEBALL: @EMUbaseball1 hosting Penn State-Harrisburg and underway. Brewer on hill for EMU. Artley for Lions. Stats: https://t.co/lDNIm3k0Uu

Come back anytime! https://t.co/pgztYKVsEY

Our @EMUadmissions team is always happy to show the campus! Glad you had a warm day to tour. https://t.co/1HkeSsYY8p

MVB Final: EMU 3, Rutgers-Newark 1. William Ragland w 16 kills as Royals hit .265. 11-4/5-0 CVC. @SIDCVC @EMU_News https://t.co/uNHNeRLR4M

MVB: Royals hit sudden lull in 3rd, dropping 25-13 to Rutgers-Newark. EMU leads, 2-1. @SIDCVC STATS: https://t.co/uNHNeRLR4M

MVB: Another win for EMU, 25-19, over Rutgers-Newark. Royals hit .400 in set two and lead 2-0. @SIDCVC WATCH IT: https://t.co/uNHNeRLR4M

MVB: EMU wins set 1 over Rutgers-Newark, 25-16. Hitting .318 to -.036. @SIDCVC @EMU_News WATCH IT: https://t.co/uNHNeRLR4M

MVB ready to go! No.9 EMU is hosting Rutgers-Newark in @SIDCVC battle. @EMU_News No play-by-play, but video at: https://t.co/uNHNeRLR4M

MVB hosts Rutgers-Newark at 11am and Bard at 3pm. @SIDCVC @EMU_News Live video (no play by play) and stats feeds at: https://t.co/Mu14UGjxa1

Another busy Saturday in Harrisonburg! Men's volleyball finishes up their quad-match, starting with CVC rival Rutgers-Newark at 11am. They'll also play Bard at 3pm. Outside (after the rain clears out) baseball hosts Penn State-Harrisburg at 2pm. Can't make it? Check the stats and video feeds at: www.EMUroyals.com

Baseball at home against Penn State-Harrisburg. First pitch at 2pm. @EMUbaseball1 @EMU_News @odacathletics STATS: https://t.co/lDNIm3k0Uu

Senior Oksana Kittrell, a co-leader of the Eastern Mennonite University Black Student Union, talked with WHSV about the progress of discussions surrounding race on campus.

EMU Baseball Men Power Past Penn State-Harrisburg, 12-6 @EMUbaseball1 @odacathletics @EMU_Newshttps://t.co/Tc8m8hSzrt

EMU Volleyball Men Improve To 10-4 With Sweep Of Cairn @EMU_News @SIDCVC https://t.co/GAN9MpCGyc https://t.co/McG4ugIPvV

Royals Upended By Randolph-Macon In ODAC Quarterfinals, 71-58 @emu_wbb @odacathletics @EMU_News #d3hhttps://t.co/vdhrpjpEmC

Sounds like a blast! Go get 'em, you instrument-playing Royals! @EMUPepBand @EMU_News @EMUadmissions https://t.co/egTT8QxTM7

MVB Final: EMU 3, @CairnAthletics 0. Royals roll to @SIDCVC win, 25-16, 25-11, 25-20. Ragland w 14 kills. @EMU_News https://t.co/Ypsth581ar

MVB: Video is working! EMU up 2-0 on 25-16 and 25-11 wins over @CairnAthletics. @EMU_News @SIDCVC https://t.co/Ypsth581ar

@EMUbaseball1 @EMU_News @odacathletics Royals are actually 4-2 on the season. Details, details... https://t.co/T97ytsA2GM

BASEBALL FINAL: @EMUbaseball1 12, PS-Harrisburg 6. Royals get 5 extra base hits. Now 5-3. @EMU_News @odacathletics https://t.co/gDn3Nfha5w

Video is currently down for MVB match, but working on it. Sorry. @SIDCVC @CairnAthletics @EMU_News https://t.co/Ypsth581ar

MVB: EMU set to host @CairnAthletics in @SIDCVC match. @EMU_News Stats are working: https://t.co/Ypsth581ar

WBB FINAL: Randolph-Macon 71, @emu_wbb 58. Roach w 22 points for Royals, who shot 32%. @EMU_News @odacathletics #d3h https://t.co/cpWNFyGBch

WBB END 3 - Randolph-Macon 54, @emu_wbb 37. Shooting woes continue now at 24%. #d3h https://t.co/cpWNFyGBch

In the current climate, communities are going to have to rely more on their own resources and abilities than on help from the federal government. Responding to the current situation and requests from colleagues we have added several new courses to our schedule. Read the article below to understand why we have added those courses Recently added courses include: * Adaptive Action: Nonviolent Resistance for the 21st Century – because we cannot depend on the governing systems to address oppression, but we can do it ourselves * Restorative Justice Organizing for Communities – because restorative justice principles, values, and practices can enrich and improve community organizing * Engaging Polarized Communities for Shared Action – because we can agree that we share a place we all care about and we can agree to create a future together even when we disagree about some issues * Tough Conversations: Turning Conflict into Connectedness – because hard conversations are a pathway to connection, and we can learn to host them * Building Resilience in Body, Mind, and Spirit – because real change is a marathon not sprint, and we need to take care of ourselves * Spotlight on Sexual Harms: Institutional best practices – because you can’t help victims of sexual violence unless you understand what needs to be done. Visit our website for more information on all courses: www.emu.edu/spi #CJPSPI

WBB HALF:Randolph-Macon 34, @emu_wbb 26. Royals can't get shots to fall, shooting 27%. @EMU_News @odacathletics #d3h https://t.co/cpWNFyGBch

WBB End 1st Period: Randolph-Macon 19, @emu_wbb 16. Well-played first. Roach leads all scorers with 8. #d3h https://t.co/cpWNFyGBch

Consider attending The Summer Peacebuilding Institute if you're looking for ways to engage in difficult conversations, understand polarized societies, community organizing, or simply wanting to learn more about these areas and more! New courses have been added and some revised in order to be especially relevant for you in today's political and social context.

.@EMUbaseball1 against Penn State-Harrisburg starting 30 minutes late, at 3:00pm. @EMU_News @odacathletics Stats: https://t.co/gDn3Nfha5w

.@emu_wbb set to play Randolph-Macon at approx 3:10pm. @odacathletics quarters! @EMU_News #d3h WATCH IT AT: https://t.co/cpWNFyGBch

The volleyball men start a busy two-day stretch in Yoder Arena, hosting five matches in 24 hours. (Don't worry, the Royals will only play in three of them...five would be exhausting!) EMU hosts Cairn tonight in a CVC contest, and will be followed by Cairn playing Bard. The rest comes tomorrow! Watch tonight's match at: http://www.emuroyals.com/sports/mvball/2016-17/boxscores/20170224_z529.xml

Volleyball men host Cairn tonight in @SIDCVC contest. Let's keep that momentum going! @EMU_News Video/stats at:… https://t.co/4cL4vLv7wm

RT @odacathletics: Get ready for the 2nd #ODAC WBB QF featuring @EMU_Athletics vs. @R_MCAthletics at 3pm. Watch LIVE on ODAC site or Facebo…

@18Melmikebway Season starts late this year - March 5. Preview coming out soon. Schedule at: https://t.co/NGHaHSsEis

Thanks to @jolee_p '16 for sharing her stories and work with @backonmyfeet DC. Good to see you on campus. https://t.co/ZNgoF2x7iY

RT @emu_wvb: Do work, Ladies! Cheering you on from EMU! https://t.co/ZQ3MYDRCUE

EMU’s basketball women have been well-rewarded in the postseason conference honors, as three women have been named All-ODAC. It’s the highest number of Royals players honored since they had four

“I like to share my culture. I like to share everything, especially music, so they [listeners] can learn something about us,” said Rashed Alkaabi, an Intensive English Program student at

RT @WHSVAvery: My special report on the new president of @EMU_News and its 100th birthday is almost done! Catch it Feb. 28 on @ValleysFox10

We are looking forward to Dr. Huxman's first WHSV - TV 3 interview with Avery Powell. Inauguration is right around the corner http://emu.edu/president/inauguration/

Once memorized, always memorized—Shenandoah Valley Children’s Choir (SVCC) alumnus Riley Maas says she often finds herself humming or singing music learned years before. “The music of SVCC will always be

In his chapel sermon yesterday 2nd year MDiv student, Tyler Goss, talked about the practice of washing feet as depicted in John 13:1-17. Who is God calling you to "wash" the feet of? #formationfriday #wewashfeet

Professor Timothy Seidel wins the Edward Said Award from Third World Quarterly for his paper, ”Occupied territory is occupied territory’: James Baldwin, Palestine and the possibilities of transnational solidarity.”

Professor Timothy Seidel wins the Edward Said Award from Third World Quarterly for his paper, ”Occupied territory is occupied territory’: James Baldwin, Palestine and the possibilities of transnational solidarity.”

Professor Timothy Seidel wins the Edward Said Award from Third World Quarterly for his paper, ”Occupied territory is occupied territory’: James Baldwin, Palestine and the possibilities of transnational solidarity.”

Professor Timothy Seidel wins the Edward Said Award from Third World Quarterly for his paper, ”Occupied territory is occupied territory’: James Baldwin, Palestine and the possibilities of transnational solidarity.”

Perfect day for baseball - come cheer on the Royals! https://t.co/HhRMNOtULc

It's tourney time! No. 4 EMU takes on No. 5 Randolph-Macon in the ODAC quarterfinals at 3:00pm in the Salem Civic Center, and it should be an incredible contest. The Royals won the only regular season meeting between the two, 74-67, last week in Ashland. What will happen today?! Check out the video and live stats links at: http://odaconline.com/tournament/basketball/2017tournament/bracket-wbb

Time for @odacathletics tournament! @emu_wbb gets Randolph-Macon at 3:00pm in Salem. @EMU_News @EMUadmissions Links… https://t.co/ttEQBKMdpQ

Always happy to support education for educators #LancLearns https://t.co/0YR8tdyj3h

The baseball team moved one of their games against Penn State-Harrisburg to today, and were rewarded with some incredible weather! Get out there and enjoy the sun and some ball. Live stats are available at: http://www.emuroyals.com/sports/bsb/2016-17/boxscores/20170224_ou3h.xml

.@EMUbaseball1 moved one game to today, and got some great weather! @EMU_News @odacathletics #FillTheHill LS:… https://t.co/BVHvFzH0hf

RT @ScutterLowe: @EMU_Athletics Congrats Chloe, Myneshia, & Jonae on #ODAC accolades! Now come back from Salem with the nets -You got this!

RT @EMU_News: Congrats to these highscoring @emu_wbb players! Good luck today vs. Randolph-Macon! https://t.co/O70evTWgiC

RT @AdamPosey: Forecasted to be 74 degrees and a beautiful day to #FillTheHill. Hoping to see tons of students out for Gameday today! @EMU_

Jolee Paden ’16, author of Spiritual Runner : A Runner After God’s Own Heart, returns to campus to teach on being grounded in grace. ___ Jolee Paden serves as Member Services Manager at Back on My Feet, Washington DC and Author at Spiritual Runner: A Runner After God’s Own Heart Inspired. Passionate. Seeking the Lord.... Read more »

Congrats to these highscoring @emu_wbb players! Good luck today vs. Randolph-Macon! https://t.co/O70evTWgiC

The uncertainty over the plight of refugee resettlement prompted over 200 people to turn out for this information session organized jointly by Eastern Mennonite Missions and CWS.

It sounds like these teachers and students have taken STAR! http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/faced-outsized-stresses-baltimore-students-learn-take-deep-breath/?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=pbsofficial&utm_campaign=newshour

RT @emu_wbb: G A M E D A Y E V E ! ! !

RT @emu_wvb: Congrats EMU WBB! We love watching you play

EMU's Walker, Guest and Roach named All-ODAC @emu_wbb @EMU_News @odacathletics @EMUadmissions #d3hhttps://t.co/SkU1XlfhAa

A documentary by professor Zeljko Mirkovic will be screened Friday, March 10, at the French Embassy in the U.S. in Washington D.C. as part of the Francophonie Festival 2017. The screening is free but you should pre-register...soon.

Consider attending the CCIH conference at John Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD July 13-15, 2017. EMU through the MSN program and the Humanitarian Action Leadership Program will be a bronze sponsor for the second year in a row. It is a wonderful place to network with Christian health professionals from around the world. Click on the page and watch the video about CCIH and the conference. http://www.ccih.org/index.php

EMU’s RaShawn Latimer (Warrenton, Va./Kettle Run) has been named All-ODAC Third Team in a vote of the league’s men’s basketball coaches. The junior was playing his best ball by the

EMU Baseball Moves One Game To Friday, Leaves Second On Saturday @EMUbaseball1 @odacathletics @EMU_News @d3baseballhttps://t.co/tAZhhHjvW9

The skills taught for 22 years at Eastern Mennonite University’s Summer Peacebuilding Institute have always been relevant to people in the United States, but now they have a renewed significance.

The skills taught for 22 years at Eastern Mennonite University’s Summer Peacebuilding Institute have always been relevant to people in the United States, but now they have a renewed significance.

The skills taught for 22 years at Eastern Mennonite University’s Summer Peacebuilding Institute have always been relevant to people in the United States, but now they have a renewed significance.

The skills taught for 22 years at Eastern Mennonite University’s Summer Peacebuilding Institute have always been relevant to people in the United States, but now they have a renewed significance.

The skills taught for 22 years at Eastern Mennonite University’s Summer Peacebuilding Institute have always been relevant to people in the United States, but now they have a renewed significance.

“We wash feet” John 13:1-17 Preaching Class student, Tyler Goss

Finally, your last quick assessment to make sure you’ve successfully tailored your resume is to see if someone else—like a friend or mentor—can explain why you’re interested in the position just based on reading your resume. If your friend can’t suss out why you’re applying or how you’re a good fit, then more tailoring is likely needed. Of course, sometimes there’s only so much you can do. If you’re making a big career change and you just don’t have the relevant experience, then no amount of tweaking bullets can spell that out. In this case—and only in this case, I might add—you may actually want to use an objective statement to properly explain your interest in the position. Here’s how to do it. Tailoring your resume isn’t the most exciting part of applying for a job, but it’s definitely one of the more important. After all, this is the document that decides what first impression you make. It might take a little extra work, but it’s worth it to be that much more memorable.

How #studentpower drove fundraising for the library #TBT making national news in 1969 https://t.co/Mm6cxn0NYr

Student Robert Propst invites readers into the world of Guatemala, where he and other members of the spring Guatemala and Colombia trip led by Professor Ann Hershberger and her husband,

Student Robert Propst invites readers into the world of Guatemala, where he and other members of the spring Guatemala and Colombia trip led by Professor Ann Hershberger and her husband,

Student Robert Propst invites readers into the world of Guatemala, where he and other members of the spring Guatemala and Colombia trip led by Professor Ann Hershberger and her husband,

Student Robert Propst invites readers into the world of Guatemala, where he and other members of the spring Guatemala and Colombia trip led by Professor Ann Hershberger and her husband,

RT @R_Latimer11: Wouldn't of been possible without God, my teammates, coaches, family and friends thank you ✊

Basketball's RaShawn Latimer Earns All-ODAC Third Team @Runnin_Royals @EMU_News @odacathletics #d3hhttps://t.co/vrm3y96aq6

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22 February 2017 Some of the most important things are invisible and impalpable. Love has no color. Freedom has no taste. Hope has no smell. Peace has no texture. Respect has no sound. For this reason, we have developed symbols. Hearts represent love, for example. But the symbols we use are by no means the … Continue reading The Symbolic Universe of Guatemala

Sophomore Nicole Litwiller has used her flair for fun, creativity, and energy to create a campus wide competition with inclusivity as the goal.

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RT @EMU_Athletics: Should be interesting show as both EMU and BC MBB coaches recap their seasons. 101.3FM / 1360AM @EMU_News @odacathletics

In two years, sophomore Nicole Litwiller has used her artistic worldview, psychology background and creative problem-solving skills to carve out her own niche at Eastern Mennonite University. When the liberal

Our 25th Season has been announced and tickets are now on sale at our NEW WEBSITE! Please check it out and order your tickets today for the best possible seats. www.svbachfestival.org

It's a good week to watch baseball! Catch the developmental game today, as Royals host Ferrum at 2:30pm. @EMUbaseball1 @EMU_News

RT @SIDCVC: Teams are right in the middle of conference play, see who is rolling! https://t.co/dLI6SzKlWm #GOCVC #d3vb

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Hope and hospitality; the two words that I feel best describe our time in Beit Sahour, Palestine for the past three weeks. Given the opportunity to stay with local families while we’ve studied and explored here has opened my eyes to an exciting culture and to the challenging realities of living in this land. I … Continue reading Hope and hospitality

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Join us tomorrow as Preaching class student, Tyler Goss, leads us in chapel with a sermon entitled, “We wash feet.” Seminary Chapel is in Martin Chapel on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11am. All are welcome.