GC in the News: 2006

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.

Different times, some of the same challengesSouth Bend Tribune, 12.10.06.

Real-world learning: Goshen College students brew coffee drinks in Java Junction, their own business laboratoryThe Truth, 11.26.06.

Immigration movie connects Goshen and Mexican citySouth Bend Tribune, 11.13.06.

Facing ‘La Migra’: Bad for business?South Bend Tribune, 11.6.06.

‘Kinder than the dickens’ best typifies the Amish and forgiveness, by former president Shirley H. Showalter, Kalamazoo Gazette, 11.2.06.

Immigration film debuts in GoshenThe Truth, 11.1.06.

GC theater has its own ghostsThe Truth, 10.30.06.

An experiment in diversitySouth Bend Tribune, 10.27.06.

Wish grantedThe Truth, 10.26.06.

Goshen College plans intercultural centerIndianapolis Star, 10.26.06.

‘Intercultural’ center planned at Goshen CollegeGoshen News, 10.26.06.

College recruiting more minorities, Fox 28-WSJV, 10.25.06.

Tradition of Suffering Newsweek, 10.4.06.

Amish seclusion shattered by school slayings, USA Today, 10.3.06.

College president inaugurated, Goshen News, 9.11.06.

Photo: Inaugural dunking, Goshen News, 9.9.06.

New at the helm; GC president answers queries, The Truth, 9.8.06.

Artist envisions events from Bible in our timesSouth Bend Tribune, 9.7.06.

Room for compromise? Students living with someone for the first time have to adjust fastThe Truth, 8.30.06.

GC grads on tour with bandThe Truth, 8.21.06.

Some groups avoid going to collegeThe Truth, 8.21.06.

Teen’s driving lesson: Avoid bees, CNN, 8.3.06.
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Goshen underpasses planned, Goshen News, 8.1.06.

New Goshen College president plans outreach, Goshen News, 7.15.06.

New Goshen College president hopes to build many bridges; 51-year-old hopes to enroll more, reflect communityThe Truth, 7.13.06.

Immigration issues: Goshen College students win contest to video documentaryThe Truth, 7.4.06.

Look who’s talking: Sign language gives babies a means of communication,The Truth, 6.30.06.

Most Mennonite college endowments substandardMennonite Weekly Review, 6.19.06

Exhibition unravels stitches in timeSouth Bend Tribune, 6.18.06.

The world’s gameThe Truth, 6.10.06.

Service is an eye-opening experienceSouderton Independent, 5.31.06.

Seniors take a closer look at Latino culture, The Truth, 5.25.06.

‘The Da Vinci Code’ can’t hold a candle to Christ’s mission, local Christians saySouth Bend Tribune, 5.18.06.

Book’s empowering of women disputedSouth Bend Tribune, 5.18.06.

‘Lonesome Jim’ keeps ‘em laughing in GoshenSouth Bend Tribune, 5.18.06.

A woman for her times: Loretta Lynn projected strength, then and now,South Bend Tribune, 5.14.06.

Code TALK: ‘Da Vinci Code’ on the lips of religious leadersThe Truth, 5.12.06.

A Jim dandy: Two years after it was filmed in and around Goshen, ‘Lonesome Jim’ opens to a local crowdThe Truth, 5.6.06

Rieth Village aiming to be super ‘green’, South Bend Tribune, 5.1.06.

A shot in the armThe Truth, 4.30.06.

Goshen College graduates 240, Goshen News, 4.24.06.

Goshen Ready for the real worldThe Truth, 4.24.06.

Signing for the deaf is her major, Goshen News, 4.20.06.

An international game: Area rugby players step up to the next levelSouth Bend Tribune, 4.16.06.

Going Green, The Post & Mail (Columbia City, Ind.), 4.10.06.

Living in tune with natureThe Truth, 4.9.06.

Lent: What’s on your nightstand, TheState.com (South Carolina), 4.8.06.

Poem: “Flying Lesson” by Julia Kasdorf ’85 (about President Emeritus J. Lawrence Burkholder), The Writer’s Almanac with Garrison Keillor, 4.1.06.

Double-stop: Clarinetist performs jazz at Goshen CollegeSouth Bend Tribune, 3.31.06.

Editorial: Goshen has positive vibeThe Truth, 3.27.06.

Review: Troupe shines in complicated ‘Mrs. Rochester’South Bend Tribune, 3.19.06.

Review: ‘Rochester’ – A dark world shone brightlyThe Truth, 3.19.06.

Talk focuses on news, youthSouth Bend Tribune, 3.18.06.

Online information may be dominant media todayThe Truth, 3.17.06.

They’ve got soul: The Blind Boys of Alabama got the crowd movingThe Truth, 3.11.06.

Goshen College leader responds to [evangelical environmental] initiative, South Bend Tribune, 2.16.06.

Digital Library Initiatives >> Next-Gen LibrariesCampus Technology, February 2006.

Theologian struggled with courage vs. conscience, USA Today, 1.31.06.

Goshen College LEEDs by example, .edU The Sauder education magazine, January 2006.

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