If intelligence is measured in the number of languages one speaks, bilingual and trilingual people are smart. But for Paul Keim, who speaks seven languages, a better word to describe him might be brilliant. Or intelligente. Or sprachbegabt.
Goshen College Director Emeritus of Student Services Fred Litwiller, who served the college for more than 35 years as a teacher, coach and counselor, died on June 6 after an 11-year battle with multiple myeloma, shortly before his 73rd birthday.
Let’s be like our children … not wanting to get rid of the fun entertainment in life but find solutions to take care of our Earth as we take care of ourselves!
Most people wouldn’t use the word diverse to describe the Amish.
It’s that time of year when graduating seniors don their caps and gowns and say so long to memories of the past four (or so) years. Now that those late nights studying for final exams are behind them, some well-rested graduating classes across the country got to hear parting words of wisdom from a few NPR journalists. You know your favorite voices at NPR have book smarts, but read on to hear their advice about life beyond the mic.
The Goshen College Music Center’s Hershberger Art Gallery will be showcasing an exhibit titled “Indigenous Arts of Africa.” The exhibit runs from June 2 to Sept. 22, 2013.
A two-week day camp called Write on Sports is accepting applications from students who will be entering seventh and eighth grades.
Goshen College’s sustainability coordinator and utilities manager Glenn Gilbert asks a great question about alternative energy about 3/4 of the way through the show.
Samatar’s debut novel “A Stranger in Olondria” appeared in 2013. She began publishing short fiction in 2012, and so far her stories have appeared in Strange Horizons, Clarkesworld, and Apex, among others. She also publishes poetry and book reviews.
America’s enchantment with the Amish – in romance novels and on reality television – has left many wondering what Amish life is really like. A new book, co-written by Goshen College Professor of History Steve M. Nolt, looks to dispel myths and document Amish life across North America.