Hunger and conviction on the world political stageBy Thomas V.Bona
Like other scholars of his generation, Edgar Lin ’67 came to the United States in the 1960s and ’70s to study. When he returned home, he found that Taiwan was, as before, still in the grip of martial law and political dissents were not tolerated.
Conceptualizing the unseen:
Artists Liz Nofziger and Greg Stahly share surprising perspectivesBy Marshall V. King
Liz Nofziger ’96 found art early in her Goshen College career and is making a career out of what she continues to find.
Finding one’s place in the story
By Jodi H. Beyeler