Archives for August, 2017
Afternoon Sabbatical celebrates 40 years with final season
The 2017-2018 Afternoon Sabbatical series at Goshen College will celebrate its 40th anniversary by continuing the tradition of offering a wide selection of events and programs to the community of Goshen.
Katie Sowers ’09, Goshen and Hesston alum, becomes second female NFL coach
Katie Sowers is making history. In accepting a position as an offensive assistant coach with the San Francisco 49ers, Sowers is primed to become only the second woman in the National Football League’s history to hold a full-time assistant coaching position throughout the NFL season.
(Video) Gaurav Khandelwal ’01: Shaping Houston
Immigrating from India to the US in 1997, Gaurav Khandelwal '01 did everything from sell kitchen knives to deliver pizza to pay for his undergraduate degree in computer science. See how his hard work lead him to create one of Houston’s fastest growing tech companies, ChaiOne.
Local artist, Ashley Swartzendruber ’10, finds joy weaving together modern macramé, motherhood
Ashley Swartzendruber can pinpoint the exact moment she felt in love with macramé.
Singer-songwriter Carrie Newcomer ’80: On spirituality, music and a playlist
Author, poet, singer, songwriter and Goshen College alum, Carrie Newcomer, visited with The Mennonite about spirituality, news, art and her top five most influential artists.
Fourth Collaborative MBA cohort explores the common good
Ten students, traveling from as far away as Cambodia, came together on the campus of Bluffton University Aug. 6-11 for the fourth Collaborative MBA residency. While the students began as strangers from vastly different backgrounds, they left with newfound ideas on leadership and lasting bonds.
Mark Daniels ’00, Goshen artist, retreats from natural hues toward bold
Inside his second-story studio in downtown Goshen’s Irwin Arts, Mark Daniels '00 is geeking out about color.
New artistic director, Doug Reed ’90, wants to keep pushing buttons at Broom Street Theater
In its 48-year history, Broom Street Theater has had only four artistic directors. The latest, Doug Reed '90, began his duties July 1.
Rieth Chamber Series returns for fifth season with six outstanding chamber concerts
Series tickets for the 2017-18 Rieth Chamber Series at Goshen College are now available. This year’s series will feature six different outstanding chamber music ensembles and organists as it continues to build on its reputation of providing captivating classical music to Michiana.