After spending some time last Monday morning at the Write on Sports camp at Goshen College the future of journalism appears to be in good hands. – See more at: http://goshennews.com/localsports/x2088950672/KEIMS-KORNER-Future-journalists-impress-News-writer#sthash.DstePqjE.dpuf
Archives for July 2013
Maria Jantz, a Goshen College sophomore physics/pre-engineering and interdisciplinary double major from North Newton, Kan., was selected as one of 20 college students from across the country who will serve as delegates at a meeting of rising young leaders in the sustainable energy sector.
Lois Mary Gunden Clemens, a 1936 Goshen College graduate and a French professor at the college from 1939-1941 and 1944-1958, was recently honored as “Righteous Among the Nations” by Yad Vashem, Israel’s official memorial to the Jewish victims of the Holocaust. Gunden Clemens is only the fourth American to be recognized with this prestigious honor.
Ten rising middle schoolers from the Goshen area are blending a love of sports with a love of journalism by participating in Goshen College’s Write on Sports camp from July 8-19, 2013.
Mary Roth, a 2013 Goshen College graduate with an English writing major, was chosen as the 2013 Luci Shaw Fellow at Image, a quarterly journal of faith, literature and the arts located in Seattle, Wash.
Six books were published through the Goshen College English Department’s Pinchpenny Press in 2013, four of which were authored by individual students and two of which were collections of student work.
Benjamin Kelly has long had a desire to make his living as a baseball play-by-play announcer.
What was a pile of dirt and a massive construction site now stands to be an artistic site at Goshen College.
Kate Stoltzfus, a Goshen College junior English writing and journalism double major, was selected by the Hoosier State Press Association as one of 10 Eugene S. Pulliam interns for this summer.
Last fall, students returned to Goshen College’s campus to find a newly constructed pedestrian underpass, providing a route from one side of the campus to the other when a train is traveling through. This year, they’ll return to find that underpass covered in color.