Goshen College was crowned Indiana Television School of the Year in the 2017 Indiana Association of School Broadcasters’ (IASB) college competition. This is the fifth time in the last eight years the college has earned that title.
Twenty-one Goshen College students received awards and The Record finished second in the “Newspaper of the Year” competition among Indiana colleges at the Indiana Collegiate Press Association’s annual convention in Indianapolis on April 8.
Last summer Dalton Shetler ’16 received a “life-changing call,” as Shetler describes it, a ticket to being embedded as a broadcaster with a big-time college basketball program.
The Globe won the coveted 2017 National Signature Station Award by the Broadcast Education Association (BEA), and earned national finalists in 21 categories from the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System (IBS), including four national first-place finishes.
Yazan Meqbil, a sophomore molecular biology/biochemistry major from Hebron, Palestine, won the top prize of $500 at the annual C. Henry Smith Peace Oratorical Contest with his speech titled “Beyond Occupation of Mind and Body.” His speech will also be entered in Mennonite Central Committee’s bi-national intercollegiate oratorical contest.
The documentary, “Admit One: The Story of the Goshen Theater,” was directed by Riley Bean-Mills, a junior communication major from Milltown, Indiana, in conjunction with Goshen College’s film production company, FiveCore Media. The 26-minute documentary explores the rich history of the Goshen Theater and the tremendous task currently underway to restore and revive it.
Benjamin Kelly knows that it’s not easy to get into professional baseball. Entering his fourth season as the radio play-by-play voice of the Northwest Arkansas Royals (Double-A Texas League), graduate of Lakeland High School (2009) and Goshen College (2013) is enjoying the ride.
Goshen College students were recognized with seven national awards at the Broadcast Education Association’s (BEA) annual Festival of Media Arts competition. This is the most ever for Goshen College in this competition.
Five Goshen College students will present speeches during the 2017 C. Henry Smith Peace Oratorical Contest on Tuesday, Feb. 21 at 7 p.m. in the Umble Center
Hannah Sauder ’16 is participating in PULSE (Pittsburgh Urban Leadership Service Experience), serving at Assemble, a community space for art and technology.