Reception: Sunday, May 5, 2-4:00 pm, Hershberger Gallery. Awards ceremony and door prize drawing for money towards a piece from the show will take place at 3:00.
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On Friday, Nov. 14, high school students 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, learn about financial aid and scholarships, spend the night in a residence hall and learn more about what it means to study at Goshen College.
Dr. Robert Abel ’45 has practiced medicine in the community for 64 years and was previously an infrantryman during World War II.
Sixth grader Anton Sviatoslav Greene, Son of Solomia Soroka, Goshen College music profesor, is the star of a Ukrainian movie called “The Guide,” which Ukraine recently submitted to the Oscars for consideration in the category Best Foreign Film.
From GoLeafs.net Goshen College has been recognized as an NAIA Champions of Character Five-Star Institution for the 2013-14 academic year, the national office announced Friday. The Champions of Character Scorecard measures each institution’s commitment to the NAIA Champions of Character program. Points are earned in five key areas: character training, conduct in competition, character recognition, academic … Keep reading »
Goshen College music professor and pianist Matthew Hill will present a solo piano recital on Saturday, Nov. 15 at 7:30 p.m. in the Goshen College Music Center’s Rieth Recital Hall.
Three Community School of the Arts (CSA) youth choirs will perform in the Fall CSA Showcase Concert, Sunday, Nov. 16 at 4 p.m. in the Goshen College Music Center’s Sauder Concert Hall.
In an effort to help Mennonite youth groups raise money to attend the 2015 Mennonite convention in Kansas City, Goshen College has developed a fundraising opportunity through sales of organic, direct-trade coffee.
After moving to Goshen several years ago, Nayo Ulloa, Goshen College adjunct professor and professional Andean flute player, and his wife, Heather, have been finding ways to merge Latino culture into the broader community.
Daniel Penner ’12, Hans Weaver ’13 and Niles Graber-Alvarez ’14 were named to Mennonite Economic Development Associates (MEDA)’s 2014 20-under-35 young professionals changing the world list.