Two acclaimed ensembles—Boston Brass and Enso String Quartet—will come together to perform at Goshen College on Friday, Jan. 9, as part of the college’s Performing Arts Series.
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7-8:30 p.m., Umble Center. Free and open to the public. Leading up to Martin Luther King Jr. Study Day, Goshen’s gospel choir, Notre Dames’s Voices of Faith gospel choir, and other local gospel artists will perform. There will be a dessert reception after the concert.
The Bearing Witness Stories Project will now be available in Spanish, and is looking to incorporate other language translations too.
When Sarah Metzler ‘98 worked in a school district in Boulder, Colo., she began to visualize the way she thought school should look. Now she’s putting that vision to use in Goshen.
Keith Graber-Miller, professor of Bible, religion and philosophy, comments on how normalizing relations with Cuba will affect students.
This issue of Goshen College’s alumni magazine focuses on the core value of “global citizenship,” the theme of this year on campus.
Goshen College has again been named one of the top 100 best values among all liberal arts colleges by Kiplinger’s Personal Finance for 2014, placing it second in Indiana.
Goshen College senior Jake Smucker, a music major from Lancaster, Pennsylvania, won the 2015 Indiana University South Bend (IUSB) String Quartet Composition Competition with his work “Un Quatour à l’Envers.” Smucker studies composition with Dr. Jorge Muñiz, associate professor of music at IUSB, who encouraged him to enter the competition. Smucker’s first-place winning work, chosen … Keep reading »
Keith Graber-Miller, professor of Bible, religion and philosophy and a small business owner in Goshen, reflects on how rerouting U.S.-33 will affect his business.