The evolution of Myron Yoders vocation came not from an opportunity
for a new job or a promotion. It came in the form of signs... more
Brenda Boehr Srof teaches her nursing protégés to
focus on the whole person when providing care... more
Associate Professor of Chemistry Dan Smith knows an industrial secret
that he sometimes shares with visitors: Goshen College holds the
worlds entire supply of... more
At the age of 10, two years after her first piano lesson, Beverly
Lapps parents took a service assignment in Kingston, Jamaica...
During SST in Nicaragua, Dean Rhodes was Latinized
and he started on a faith journey... more
Faith is a prime mover in the individual histories of people worldwide.
Jan Bender Shetlers experiences in service and scholarship...
Associate Professor of Art Merrill Krabill sees an unformed piece
of clay, unexposed film or a blank canvas as a question for him
or his students: What am I going to do? more
| Many gifts, with spirit:
As a storyteller, preparing this issue of the Bulletin was
both a challenge and... more
| Being born again at Goshen College:
Like many readers of this publication, I fell in love... more
Kreider 36 - The former professor of economics, dean and
acting president... more
Umble 35 - Myron Yoder and Roy Umble both had grand visions
Jean Weldy 54 - While Brenda Srof sees Norma Jean Weldy
Buschert 48 - Using X-ray crystallography in his graduate...
Sherer 54 - As associate professor of music, Kathryn Sherer
Oyer 45 - While Dean Rhodes became "Latinized,"
Mary Oyer became... more
Smith 28 - Jan Bender Shetler traveled across Africa and
Hershberger 34 - While Merrill Krabill sees the infinite
possibilities in... more
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