Goshen College hires four new leaders for DEI, the Music Center, campus ministries and admissions
Goshen College recently announced the hire of four new campus leaders: Aja Ellington, director of diversity, equity and inclusion; Jeshua Franklin, executive director of the Music Center; Jen Shenk, campus pastor; and Heather Zile, director of admissions.
Goshen College students help Mennonite Disaster Service get started in Red Lake
Three retiring employees say farewell after decades of service
Three employees said farewell to Goshen College this year as they retire and begin the next chapters in their lives. Together, they have served a total of 79 years and an average of approximately 26 years at Goshen College.
Goshen Clay Artists Guild members display work in new Goshen College exhibit
Art Exhibit: Goshen Clay Artists Guild Reception Date and Time: Sunday, September 10 at 2 p.m. Location: Hershberger Art Gallery, Music Center Cost: Free and open to the public Several members of the Goshen Clay Artists Guild will be showcasing their work in the newest exhibit in…
Dick Lehman ’76 awarded prestigious Indiana Heritage Fellowship
Traditional Arts Indiana has awarded ceramic artist Dick Lehman '76 the Indiana Heritage Fellowship for 2023, celebrating a 40+ year career as a cornerstone of Michiana's robust clay community.
The Bulletin | Spring/Summer 2023
Finding one’s voice and helping others find theirs is central to a Goshen College education and our motto, “Culture for Service.” It is exemplified over and over again by students, employees and alumni in surprising, compelling and transformative ways, and it is a connecting thread through each of this issue’s feature articles.
Unexpected grace and gratitude in prison
Goshen artist Brooke Rothshank ’00 writes about her own surprise learnings as she taught a miniature painting course in the local county jail.
Our special sauce
This presidential column originally appeared in the Spring/Summer 2023 issue of The Bulletin. By Rebecca J. Stoltzfus ’83, President of Goshen College Shaped by Anabaptist-Mennonite tradition, we integrate academic excellence with real world experiences and active love for God and neighbor. I have come to see this part of our mission statement as…
Project Terremoto: Active love through fundraising and fun
On March 17, 1973, Goshen College students organized El Carnival in the Union gymnasium. Car bash, faculty dump tank, penny pitch, pinball machines and food, food, food yielded over $1,800 towards Project Terremoto’s ambitious $50,000 goal.