Eastern Mennonite University announces 2024 Cords of Distinction honorees


by EMU and available here

Eastern Mennonite University members of the Class of 2024 who will march with Cords of Distinction are: (top, from left) Rachael N. Saeli, Rubi N. Long, Indigo Gott, Luz Belen Hernandez Rosario, Ariel O. Morales Bonilla and (bottom, from left) Betty Debebe, Sarah E. Moore, Riley Quezada, Hannah Landes Beck, Ashley N. Mellinger. (Photos by Macson McGuigan / EMU)

Ten graduating seniors are Eastern Mennonite University’s 2024 Cords of Distinction recipients. They will wear blue and gold cords signifying their achievement during the 2024 Commencement.

Faculty, staff, administrators and fellow students nominated the recipients, who were cited for their “significant and verifiable impact” on the university and on student life; for their contributions to developing the institution’s positive image; for substantial contributions to the Harrisonburg/Rockingham County area and beyond; for their high academic and social standing; and their embodiment of EMU’s shared values of Christian discipleship, community, service and peacebuilding.

The cords are blue and gold. Blue represents strength of conviction that one person can help to create a better institution or community. Gold represents the love of spirit and yearning toward creating a better university environment or community.

The 2024 Cords of Distinction recipients are: […]

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