GC in the News: 2005

Note: This news archive is old and –because many organizations have changed their online architecture since its writing- many of the urls below may be broken.

Putting faith in a word, The Truth, 12.14.05.

Redemptive love: It’s good over evil in a movie that’s full of symbolism, The Truth, 12.9.05.

GC staff working to save energy, Goshen News, 11.20.05.

A likely choice: Biblical scholar, pastor may be next president of Goshen College, The Truth, 11.19.05.

Panel names candidate to lead Goshen College, Goshen News, 11.18.05.

Art grows on North Dakota field, Toledo (Ohio) Blade, 11.17.05.

They’re not-so-desperate Housewives The Truth, 10.26.05.

The Intersection of Athens and Jerusalem: The Aims of Higher Education in a Christian University, by Dr. Glenn Jonas of Campbell University, 10.21.05.

Comfort and Joy: the making of Cantus’ Christmas CDsStereophile, November 2005.

Teens in a jam; Inmates at juvenile detention center keep beat in drum circlesThe Truth, 10.17.05.

Goshen College has big class; Class of ’09 biggest since ’99, most merit finalists everThe Truth, 8.21.05.

Students mixed on housing; On campus – comfort, off campus – freedomThe Truth, 8.18.05.

New apartments open to Goshen College seniors, Goshen News, 8.15.05.

How discipline died: The church should stop taking its cues from the state, by Professor Emeritus of Philosophy and Religion Marlin Jeschke, Christianity Today, 7.22.05.

New York Street closing moves ahead; Plan would route truck traffic to College AvenueThe Truth, 7.20.05.

Leaving the nest: Help your new collegians to fly far instead of fall fastThe Truth, 7.18.05.

Embracing Mother Earth: Four Goshen College students thinking ‘green’, South Bend Tribune, 7.17.05.

Peace initiative: Authors hope book will give people steps to make change,The Truth, 7.1.05.

WhY not: The youngest generation in today’s work force knows what it wants and goes after itThe Truth, 6.12.05.

Program teaches Amish business: Classes focus on modern methodsThe Truth, 6.4.05.

Being Amish: Book describes diversity and change in growing Indiana settlementsThe Truth, 6.3.05.

Conservation can make big dent in summer electric bills, The Truth, 5.26.05.

Her point of view: Women bring new perspective to math and science fields&
Easing the way for others, The Truth, 5.22.05.

Say what? Profanity has become part of many teens’ everyday languageThe Truth, 5.19.05.

Student-produced daily newspaper at Charlotte 2005 becomes shoulder-tapping toolMennonite Church USA, 5.19.05.
New organ and secret Bach tuning debut at Goshen CollegeWVPE 88.1 radio, 5.5.05.

GC organ dedicated: New instrument praised by listeners, performers , The Truth, 5.2.05.

Goshen College builds environmental center: ‘Green’ cottages will hold dorms and classrooms , The Truth, 4.3.05.

Mixed Emotions: Goshen College conducts 107th commencement , The Truth, 4.25.05.

Classmates…soulmates: Married couple among class of ’05 at Goshen CollegeThe Truth, 4.23.05.

Flights of fancy: Dan Smith has a good time training homing pigeonsThe Truth, 4.9.05.

Students survive sinking boat, The Goshen News, 4.9.05.

Bach ground: Unique tuning of new Goshen College organ reverberates through classical music worldThe Truth, 3.22.05.

Goshen students aid in relief efforts, WNDU-Channel 16, 1.7.05.

Goshen College students help relief efforts, WSBT-Channel 22, 1.6.05.

GC students’ meal money will help tsunami victims; Relief effort sets goal of $10,000The Truth (Elkhart), 1.6.05.

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