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2022.01.25 @ 9:53 AM Student Profiles
In the midst of the pandemic, an Instagram account popped up that quickly created buzz and then skyrocketed. CMU student Nengi Offurum is the founder of @blackwomenowned, an online community that supports and empowers Black women.
Black Women Owned (BWO) brings visibility to Black female entrepreneurs, business owners, and creators from across Canada, America, and Australia. But the platform is not only a place for people to have their work promoted. With more than 6,000 followers across Instagram and Facebook, it's also a community where people can connect and uplift each other. "It's a community for everyone, where everyone can come and be. You're not scared you're being judged, everyone feels safe," Offurum says.
2022.01.20 @ 5:22 PM News Releases
CMU will continue in-person education on the Shaftesbury Campus starting on Monday, January 24, 2022 in a manner that cultivates and sustains high levels of safety, health, and well-being for students, staff, and faculty.
CMU has introduced increased health and safety measures for the 2022 Winter Term to make the January 24 in-person return possible. These measures will be in effect until reading week and will be re-evaluated at that time.
2022.01.20 @ 12:00 AM News Releases
Cara Isaak has been appointed to Director of Athletics at Canadian Mennonite University (CMU). Isaak will work across all athletics programs and help develop and bolster the already robust athletics programming at CMU.
Isaak has spent the past seven years as a coach of CMUs women's soccer team, and, in 2018, her experience helped lead the Blazers to their first MCAC Women's Soccer Championship since 2009.
2022.01.17 @ 1:36 PM Alumni Profiles
Within the first five minutes of Paul Plett's (CMU 2004-05) newest documentary, I Am A Mennonite, he askes his target audience of Mennonites, "Where are we going to spiritually?"
That may be a loaded question for a community whose history is steeped in schisms, immigration, and discernment. But, It's a question Plett says is not rhetorical. "We're not going anywhere else physically. As a community, it does sort of seem that the real adventure is the spiritual one." Plett says that since Mennonite's transient disposition seems to have receded, we need to journey deeper into self-reflection, exploring inward as our spirituality is the most important odyssey of all.
2022.01.02 @ 12:00 AM Audio
Theme: The Lord's Prayer
Happy New Year! This month on Sunday@CMU, we are hearing from Virginia Gerbrandt Richert, CMU alumna and associate pastor at Altona Bergthaler Mennonite Church in Altona, MB. Throughout this series of meditations, Virginia helps us reflect on the Lord's Prayer and see it in new ways.
Jan 31 –
February 21–25, 2022
Reading Week | no classes