Judith Ehrlich, writer, director and producer of the film, and Suzanne O’Brien, national outreach coordinator, were guests of Goshen College on Jan. 7 for a special screening of the film “The Good War and Those Who Refused to Fight It.”
The Holocaust of Nazi Germany that killed more than 11 million people is a chapter of history many Germans would like to forget. Alexandra Sterling-Hellenbrand, Goshen College associate professor of German, wants her German-language students to remember.
For the 10th straight year, Goshen College will honor the life and work of Martin Luther King Jr. by holding an all-school Study Day, with emphasis on the values and ideals that characterized King’s work.
Honoring the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in the context of the Christian faith that sustained him, a 7:30 a.m. community breakfast Jan. 20 at Goshen College will begin the day with prayer and remembrance.
Peter Slowk, one of the country’s leading artist-teachers of viola recognized by the American Viola Society in 2002 for “outstanding teaching, scholarship and performance,
Award-winning Canadian poet Di Brandt and Goshen College Associate Professor of English Ann Hostetler will read their poetry Jan. 10 at 7 p.m. in Newcomer Center 19.
A part of the Greatest Generation often ignored are those who refused to fight in World War II. Appropriate, then, that an award-winning documentary that examines the experiences of those who felt called to alternative service should be shown at Goshen College, an institution known for its peace and justice program.
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GC projects electrifying, Goshen News, 12.13.03. GC students fan out to help community, Goshen News, 9.25.03. Goshen College celebrates service, WNDU NewsCenter 16, 9.24.03. Colleges key to brain gain, Opinion Editorial by Shirley H. Showalter, President of Goshen College. Appeared in newspapers on 8.24.03 and 9.14.03. U.S. News ranks Goshen College at top of national tier; GC also places … Keep reading »