GAMEO finds new home at Goshen College
The Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online (GAMEO), the most trusted online source for information on Anabaptist groups around the world, has found a new home with the Institute for the Study of Global Anabaptism (ISGA) at Goshen College.
History students record stories of Minority Ministry Council
On March 29-April 1, Goshen College history students recorded the stories of members of the Minority Ministries Council to be transcribed and held in the Mennonite Church USA Archives for future access.
Jeff Peachey ’88 restores rare 1564 Ausbund for Mennonite Historical Library
The Mennonite Historical Library (MHL) at Goshen College owns the world’s only surviving copy of the first printing, in 1564, of songs that eventually became the Ausbund, one of the first Anabaptist songbooks and the Protestant hymnal in longest continuous use — by the Old Order Amish.
Dr. J.D. Mininger ’97 named Academic Vice-President and Dean of Faculty at LCC International University
In January 2017 Dr. J.D. Mininger entered into the role of Academic Vice-President and Dean of Faculty at LCC International University. His relationship to LCC reaches as far back as 1995, when his parents, James and Virginia Mininger, began the first of their thirteen years of service at LCC.
Humanizing a Tech World
Young alumni are coding, strategizing and analyzing streams of data in the expansive technology field.
Paul ’08 and Rebecca ’08 Shetler Fast responding to Hurricane Matthew devastation in Haiti – Mennonite Central Committee
Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) representatives Paul '08 and Rebecca '08 Shetler Fast, of Pittsburgh, Pa., listened to their stories on Wednesday, Oct. 5, the day the rain from Category 4 Hurricane Matthew stopped falling in Port-au-Prince, the capital of Haiti.
Bender family serving through the generations – Mennonite Central Committee
Three generations of the Bender family have served with MCC internationally. John '53 and Naomi Bender '53 began the legacy of service by establishing a clinic in Haiti in 1959. Their daughter Jan '78 (GC professor of history) and son-in-law Peter Shetler '78 served in multiple locations with MCC, followed by their sons Dan '06 and Paul '08.
Kate Stoltzfus ’05 and Kelly Shenk Koontz ’08 among ‘Ten Young Women Changing the World’ – MEDA
Kate Stoltzfus '05 and Kelly Shenk Koontz '08 were named to Mennonite Economic Development Agency's list of 'Ten Young Women Changing the World'
Looking at a chronology of peace at Goshen College
Since it was founded in 1894, Goshen College has cultivated a long tradition of peacemaking.