“Mennonite/s Writing” Articles About this issue The writing life ‘A Capella’ draws on many voices in Mennonite poetry Tinder for poet’s heart Writing what might have been: The Amish, a murder and faithfulness Feature: Spiritual memoir explores heritage, place, relationships Steadfast hope that bullets cannot destroy
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Once again, enthusiastic WGCS 91.1 FM listeners around the globe are able to access the station’s 24-hour broadcasts live via the Internet. After several years off-line because of Federal
Communication Commission regulations, WGCS — the official radio station of Goshen College — is again available over the Internet at www.wgcs.org/, in addition to on the radio.
A new grant from the Lilly Endowment will help Goshen College graduates prepare for the inevitable question, “What will I do after I graduate?”
A long-time fixture and author from Goshen College’s sociology department has died. J. Howard Kauffman, 84, Goshen College professor emeritus of sociology, died in his home in Goshen on the morning of Nov. 18.
Goat Island is a Chicago-based collaborative performance group that was founded in 1987. In their work they try to create a relationship with the audience in space that is different than the usual stage/audience relationship. Some of their movements are dance-like; some are motions we all use in our daily lives. The audience experiences the … Keep reading »
Goat Island is a collaborative performance group. Their performances are often set in spaces closer to the viewers than a traditional stage, using a combination of dance-like and everyday movements.
Culture for Service awardees honored at Goshen College Alumni Weekend 2003 GOSHEN, Ind. — Opening a weekend of Goshen College alumni returning to campus, reminiscing and reconnecting will be a celebration of four exceptional alumni: the 2003 Culture for Service awardees. Among the awardees are a surgeon, an artist, a Habitat for Humanity volunteer and … Keep reading »
Goshen College is pleased to announce and welcome new faculty members for the 2003-04 academic year.
“50 years of excellence in nursing education” Articles About this issue Nurses rise the lamp of learning To the Class of 2003: ‘Golden Anniversary’ nursing graduates of Goshen College Nurses for the World Male nurses move beyond stereotypes The art or nursing education A refreshing summer of campus renovations
GOSHEN, Ind. — When new students arrived on the Goshen College campus over Orientation weekend, Aug. 23-24, admission counselors, professors, administrators, staff and returning students realized their hard work over the past year had brought about needed growth and a high quality class of students.