Faith Builders anchors knowledge in wisdom

Apr 30, 2018 by and

GUYS MILLS, Pa. — On a Tuesday afternoon, 22-year-old Andrew Shenk leads a competitive trivia game for 13 fifth- and sixth-graders reviewing facts about Alaska, Hawaii and the Spanish-American War. He’s...

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Symposium highlights higher education histories

Apr 16, 2018 by and

HARRISONBURG, Va. — Students and seasoned scholars alike gathered March 24 at Eastern Mennonite University for the Centennial Histories Symposium, featuring the authors of five histories of Mennonite higher...

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Bluffton University names next president

Feb 23, 2018 by

BLUFFTON, Ohio —  Jane Wood has accepted the call to serve as Bluffton University’s next president, beginning July 1. The board of trustees made the announcement Feb. 23. Wood is vice president of...

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Mennonite Brethren colleges set enrollment records

Oct 7, 2017 by and

The two U.S. Mennonite Breth­ren colleges set enrollment records this fall, while their Mennonite Church USA counterparts reported mixed results. Three achieved increases of 9 or 10 percent, while two had...

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Founders of new college draw from Anabaptism

Aug 28, 2017 by and

A new liberal arts college named after an Anabaptist martyr plans to open next fall in Boston, expecting to start with about 30 students. Sattler College intends to combine a rigorous education with guidance...

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Shalom says it all

Apr 24, 2017 by

We could have called our Annual College Issue “Teaching Shalom, Making Shalom.” The word “peace” just isn’t enough to describe the many ways Anabaptist colleges are making a better world. Why...

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