Members of the Goshen College Music Department faculty will present a mixed recital in the Music Center’s Rieth Recital Hall on Friday, Feb. 1 at 7:30 p.m.
Wilbert Smith grew to be close friends with Vertus Hardiman through a church choir, but Smith wondered why Hardiman always wore a dark black wig or a hat. When he found out the answer, Smith was inspired to tell Hardiman’s story to others through film.
Today marks the 20th anniversary of the annual MLK Study Day at Goshen College.
How does an activist become an auctioneer? For Robert Brunk ’63, who gave up the gavel and retired this year, the journey from being a community organizer to an auctioneer has taken many twists and turns. After Brunk graduated from Goshen College, he attended the University of Michigan and became aware of a need for social … Keep reading »
Khadar Bashir-Ali ’85 is bringing education back to Somalia. Conflict and civil war have plagued Somalia for decades. In recent years, drought and famine have added to the crisis, ultimately leaving much of the country, and the education system, in disarray. In November, a new government was formed, and Bashir-Ali was appointed to the Education … Keep reading »