With her speech titled “Through the eyes of people,” Dona Park won the top prize and a chance to enter her speech in the bi-national intercollegiate oratorical contest.
The Goshen College Communication Department and FiveCore Media recently released two documentaries on the work of Foods Resource Bank (FRB) and its partners in Kenya: “Sunset to Sunrise: Sustainable Living in Ndeiya” and “Culture and Community: The Maasai Shift to Settled Life.”
Five Goshen College students will present speeches during the 2015 C. Henry Smith Peace Oratorical Contest on Tuesday, Feb. 17. The annual event will take place at 7 p.m. in the Umble Center and is free and open to the public.
The student-run station won the award from the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System in 2011 and 2013, making it the only station to ever win twice.
The board of directors of The Mennonite, Inc., announces that Anna Groff ’06, interim editor, will begin a permanent role of executive director (ED) of The Mennonite, Inc., effective immediately.
Next fall, Goshen College will offer a new film production major for students interested in studying film.
Goshen College’s student run radio station, 91.1 FM The Globe, (WGCS), is in the running for the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System’s (IBS) “Best College Radio Station in the Nation” for a fifth year in a row, having won twice (2011 and 2013), the only station to claim the title more than once.
As a copy editor at The New York Times, Duane Stoltzfus seemingly had it all for a young man.
Goshen College radio students won first place in two categories and were named finalists in three other in the College Broadcasters, Inc. (CBI) National Student Radio Production Awards last weekend in Seattle. In addition, 91.1 FM The Globe (WGCS) was also named a Spectrum Award finalist by the Indiana Broadcasters Association (IBA) for Station of the Year and Best Promotional Campaign last week.
This summer, two students created a Peruvian cookbook, “Los Sabores del Peru,” to sell for charity.