Bearing witness, conveying relevance: Journalism students find engaging ways to share stories of HIV/AIDS in SwazilandBy Rachel Lapp
Photos by Zac Albrecht '06
Seated on a reed mat against the wall of a concrete hut, Anna Groff's notes were sparse as she and fellow Goshen College junior Kimberlee Rohrer interviewed Phumile, a young Swazi mother.
New book released on practical peacemaking for the global churchBy Anna Groff
One person can indeed make a difference in the world – starting in their own communities.
The secret life of microRNA
Bartel receives National Academy of Sciences Award for molecular biology discoveryBy Thomas V. Bona '99
For David Bartel, his current work in the research lab is a lot like his memories of his dad's ceramics studio.
A healing legacyBy Jodi H. Beyeler
When first-year students Stephanie Kennell (Eureka, Ill.) and Kelly Wiebe (Millersburg, Ohio) were both in second grade, they each dressed up as nurses for Halloween,
Bursting at the seams: Nursing at GC and nationallyBy Jodi H. Beyeler
The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that the U.S. healthcare industry will need more than 2.8 million new workers – most of them nurses – by the year 2010.
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