February 2004 events at Goshen College Feb. 3 CANCELLED — Yoder Public Affairs Lecture: “Inside the Beltway: Political Pressures During a Presidential Election Year” by Bob Levey, at 8 p.m. in Sauder Concert Hall. Levey is a columnist for The Washington Post. 3 Taize Prayer Service at 9:15 p.m. in Newcomer Center, Room 19. 4 […]
One of Latin America’s leading quartets will be playing at Goshen College on Jan. 22 at 7:30 p.m. in Sauder Concert Hall as part of the 2003-2004 Performing Arts Series, though the concert was nearly replaced with a backup group due to security clearance problems experienced by two members of the quartet.
When Stan Daugherty took the helm of the Goshen College men’s basketball program at the start of the 2001-2002 season, he knew it would take time to turn the NAIA Division II program around. What he couldn’t have known was that in just his third season, the Maple Leafs would be off to their best start in the school’s history, taking an 18-4 overall record after reeling off 16 straight wins.
The arched rafters of Goshen College’s Rieth Recital Hall reverberated with life, laughter and hope as seven Mennonite poets gathered Jan. 13 to celebrate the newly published anthology of Mennonite poetry, A Cappella: Mennonite Voices in Poetry.
“It could very well be that someone in this audience today is going to stand at this podium someday, either as president here or in some other organization,” Goshen College President Shirley H. Showalter said during her Jan. 9 spring semester opening address to campus, “What It’s Like to Be the Boss.”
Urban sprawl and development challenge nearly every community in America today. Former apprentice of renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright and founder of Swaback Partners architectural firm in Arizona, Vern Swaback has ideas that challenge the status quo about building communities with consideration for the environment, creativity and the highest design standards.
Goshen College will honor the life and work of Martin Luther King Jr. by holding its 11th annual all-school Study Day, emphasizing the values and ideals that characterized King’s work. On Monday, Jan. 19, the college welcomes Rev. Dr. C.T. Vivian, a distinguished veteran of the civil rights movement and close associate of Martin Luther King Jr.
As a new manager or supervisor, you may feel as if you need all the help you can get. Through the Goshen College business department’s continuing education program “Developing Supervisory Leadership — Part II” course, you can learn to cultivate productive relationships with employees while maintaining control of the company’s operations.
The Goshen College Family Business Program is seeking nominations for its 2004 Family Business of the Year awards, which honors family-owned Michiana businesses.
To celebrate the holiday season together and to recognize years of commitment among staff members for serving the institution with excellence, Goshen College held a banquet in December in the Church-Chapel Fellowship Hall.