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Archives for October, 2017

GC Fall Mainstage ‘Mother Hicks’ told through sign language and poetry

Set in and around Ware, Illinois, in the late spring of 1935 during the Great Depression, “Mother Hicks” is about three outsiders—a foundling girl known only as Girl; a deaf boy, eloquent in the language of his silence; and an eccentric recluse, Mother Hicks, who is suspected of being a witch. The tale, told with poetry and sign language, chronicles the journeys of these three to find themselves, and each other, in a troubled time.

Dan Graber ’01: More than a sport – Good of Goshen

Girls soccer coach Dan Graber '01 has been at Goshen High School for 16 years, teaching P.E. and coaching soccer. He comes from a family whose last name is synonymous with soccer in Goshen. Over the years, Dan has developed a well-rounded soccer program: from the team website which includes parent information in both English and Spanish, to the yearly team retreats, alumni soccer game, team meals, and individual goal-setting meetings, this coaching staff provides athletes with opportunities and a lot to consider.