Goshen College Bulletin
Alumni Magazine since 1956
Feature Articles:
Strong bonds forged through research
Sasha Dyck '04

Professor of Physics Carl Helrich has spent years studying the interactions between bilayers and chemicals, yet the strongest connections in his lab are most often found between him and his students.

Opening the window, inviting in the voices
Jodi H. Beyeler

"What are two white women doing collecting stories of women of color?" It's a question that Associate Professor of Communication Pat McFarlane and social worker Linda Christophel '83 have been asked on a number of occasions...

New study charts Amish business boom
Johns Hopkins University Press

Known for centuries as skilled farmers, many Amish recently have abandoned their plows for off-farm employment.

Fulbright scholar to continue music and cultural study in India
Jodi H. Beyeler

During her four years at Goshen College Rehanna Kheshgi has spent hundreds of hours studying and performing classical Western music, with a special interest in operatic art songs.

What's so great about GC?

Alumni share their fondest memories

Reuniting – Hollywood style: Filmmakers choose alum's geographical inspiration for movie set of 'Lonesome Jim'
Thomas V. Bona '99

At times, the set of "Lonesome Jim" felt like a college reunion. From the professor sitting next to Casey Affleck in a crowd scene to the student setting up the lights to the alumnus who chose the set location...

Service to significance
By Rachel Lapp

When first-year students and their families arrived on campus for orientation weekend during the fall of 2002, they found "Ben" ready to help them haul boxes, books, clothes, computers and other must-haves to their residence hall room.
About this issue: By Rachel Lapp, Editor
Note from the editor – Greetings from an abundantly green campus as students finish May term and depart for summer jobs, service and inquiry programs, hometowns and three SST host countries, and construction crews continue work on the Connector that will add community living space to Kratz, Miller and Yoder Residence Halls.
The end is the beginning: By President Shirley S. Showalter
Research and teaching excellence – A few weeks ago one of the students now taking a May term course in Colorado called "History of the Southwest" was sitting on the floor in our house explaining what she was reading in preparation for her class.