Rosanna Nafziger Henderson ’06: Math major turned ‘hipster-homemaker’ releases cookbook
By Kelley Scholfield for Goshen Commons Rosanna Nafziger Henderson graduated from Goshen College in 2006 with majors in English and math, not the most obvious path to becoming an authority on food. Henderson herself admits that she could not have predicted that six years after leaving Goshen she…
Goshen College Homecoming Weekend, Oct. 5-7, features fun for all
Goshen College alumni and friends are warmly invited back to campus for Homecoming Weekend 2012, Oct. 5-7. Check out the full schedule of activities.
James Nelson Gingerich ’80: A medical degree for community work
By Annie Martens for Goshen Commons James Nelson Gingerich didn’t go to medical school to become a doctor. He went because he wanted to open an affordable health care center in Goshen that would build bridges across cultures. Gingerich grew up in Luxembourg with missionary parents and after that…
Five exceptional Goshen College alumni awarded for commitment to core values
The 2012 Culture for Service Awards will be presented to John Driver ’50 and Rebecca (Kreider) Pries ’66. The 2012 Decade of Servant Leadership Award will be given to Grant Rissler ’99. The 2012 Dr. Roman Gingerich Champion of Character Award will go to Keith Springer ’69, and the Dr. Ruth Gunden Champion of Character Award will go to Sue Roth ’66.
Errick McCollum ’10 excels as basketball ambassador on world court
By Jacob Nofziger for Goshen Commons Errick McCollum II holds the single season and career scoring records in basketball at Goshen College. In the spring of his senior year in 2010, as a 6’1” guard, he executed a soaring dunk that became an ESPN SportsCenter’s Top 10 play. But…
“Goshen native showcasing her make-up skills on SyFy reality TV show” in the Goshen News about Sarah Elizabeth ’05
“Woodworth leads Goshen school system” in the Goshen News about Diane Woodworth ’83
With Goshen College roots, Lotus is on the road to success
From the basement below the Leaf Raker to on stage in Japan, the band Lotus has emerged from humble beginnings to achieve great success. The instrumental electronic jam band, which splits time between Philadelphia, Pa. and Denver, Colo., continues to garner attention as they have released nine albums and have toured across the United States and Japan. It all began at Goshen College for two of Lotus’ founding members.
A gift of life: Dan Coyne ’80 has been inspired by GC’s ‘Culture for Service’
A longhaired teenage boy sat in the Elkhart County Jail awaiting transportation to the state correctional facility where he was to live for the next five years. After getting arrested for burglary and being put in solitary confinement for smuggling a weapon into jail, his story made the front page of the Goshen News.