Goshen College Bulletin
Alumni Magazine since 1956
Spring SST 2002 This issues' theme: Take my hand: The authentic exchange of SST
Feature Articles:

thumbnail of Cuba SST Ingenuity recreates a nation

According to a common Cuban saying, one must invent to survive, whether that means fashioning a filter out of a stocking or making a purse out of two pieces of wood... more

thumbnail of Cuba SST Gaugua 90

Senior Tom Kelley, a theater major from Goshen, heard perspectives of Cuban people and focused on them in a one-act play... more

thumbnail of Cuba SST Embracing Ethiopia

SST in Ethiopia is a handclasp. The Goshen College group that spent January to April in Ethiopia - the first GC group to visit the eastern portion of the continent - brought students from a Western civilization to the sole African nation that has not been colonized... more

thumbnail of Cuba SST Goshen College Music Center opens with praise to God

In a weekend that filled the senses with acoustical song and visual inventions, Goshen College dedicated the 68,000-square-foot Music Center during Alumni Weekend... more

About this issue: By Rachel Lapp, Editor
Where is the cross-cultural journey taking us?:
In 1967, English professor J. Daniel Hess greeted the very first group of Study-Service Term students as they arrived in Costa Rica. At that point, he said, "we were too naïve to be petrified... more
The end is the beginning: By President Shirley S. Showalter
Innovation - a saving grace:
One of my high school teachers once made an offhand comment that has stuck with me over the years... more
This issue's Alumni Highlights
Carrie A. NewcomerCarrie A. Newcomer ’36 - released her eighth recording on Rounder Records... more

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