The Goshen College Symphony Orchestra (GCSO) will present its fall concert in Sauder Concert Hall on Friday, Nov. 1 at 7:30 p.m. The GCSO is an ensemble of Goshen College string, wind and percussion players, and is conducted by Christopher Fashun, assistant professor of music at the college.
Archives for October 2013
Experience stories, images and tastes of Croatia at the Afternoon Sabbatical international luncheon on Nov. 13, when Jane Ruth of Niche Travel will give a presentation titled “My Croatian Journey: Encountering a Land of Beauty and Struggle” at noon in the College Mennonite Church Fellowship Hall.
Rarely do entertainers comment on their own performances in a public way, but that was not the case with Garrison Keillor and his recent visit to Goshen College.
Goshen College’s radio station, 91.1 FM The Globe (WGCS), has received six finalist nominations in four categories by the Indiana Broadcasters Association (IBA) for the 26th Annual Spectrum Awards.
November 2013 performances include the fall mainstage and concerts by the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields Chamber Ensemble and the Vienna Boys Choir.
On Friday, Nov. 8, high school students, especially those interested in a teaching or nursing career, have an opportunity to visit the Goshen College campus during a fall open house. Students can tour campus, talk with faculty, participate in an information fair, attend a chapel, spend the night in a residence hall and learn more about what it means to study at Goshen College.
Bishop Kevin C. Rhoades was invited to deliver the homily at a chapel service at Goshen College in Goshen on Friday, Oct. 18. Bishop Rhoades commented he was made to feel right at home.
Goshen College has been ranked 77th in the list of top 100 best values among all private liberal arts colleges by Kiplinger’s Personal Finance. – See more at: http://goshennews.com/local/x1442590319/GC-on-Kiplingers-top-100-colleges-list#sthash.UZJuICQ2.dpuf
Goshen College will host a musical work titled “Paraguay Primeval,” a collection of stories and images by Carol Ann Weaver. Based on the extraordinary story of Mennonites moving to Paraguay from Canada in order to retain their own schools, and from Russia to flee the Stalinist regime, the show follows their attempt to find a new “Promised Land” in the uninviting Paraguayan Chaco. The show will take place in the Music Center’s Rieth Recital Hall and is free and open to the public.
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