Goshen College Alumni Executive Board releases statement on national anthem decision
The Goshen College Alumni Executive Board released the following statement today:
Alumnus Peter J Dyck dies at age 95 after life of service and storytelling
Peter J. Dyck, a 1952 Goshen College alumnus, was born in Lysanderhöh, Russia, on Dec. 4, 1914. He died Jan. 4, 2010 of cancer at the age of 95.
Mennonite peacemakers across generations gather to discuss resistance – then and now
It was the height of the Vietnam War and the U.S. military draft; Woodstock was taking place in New York; and it was also a turning point for the Mennonite peace witness. The year was 1969.
Goshen College honors four outstanding alumni during Homecoming weekend
This year's theme is "Going Green at Goshen" and includes a number of special opportunities focused around environmental sustainability. In addition to class reunions, other highlights of the weekend are One-Act plays, kids' activities, athletic events, a hymn sing, environmental issue seminars by professors, art exhibits, a field trip to Merry Lea Environmental Learning Center, an alumni picnic with local produce and the Music Gala.
At 111th Goshen College commencement, Union College president tells graduates to emulate the Pilgrims and first master’s degrees awarded
Goshen College's Class of 2009 received degrees Sunday, April 26 after being encouraged to take a leap of faith by President James E. Brenneman and to have courage and to persevere by Union College President Stephen Charles Ainlay, a 1973 Goshen College graduate.
Goshen College honors seven outstanding alumni during Homecoming weekend, Oct. 3-5
Goshen College alumni are warmly invited back to campus for Homecoming Weekend, Oct. 3-5.
Giving to Goshen College Fund surpasses goal and alumni participation rate rises
Goshen College reports that annual giving for the 2007-08 fiscal year, which ended June 30, reached a 15-year high, which will allow the college to provide more student aid, promote academic excellence and innovation and foster greater spiritual development.
Local athletic rivals turn academic co-researchers; Goshen professors, Keim and Liechty, to talk about vengeance and forgiveness on Feb. 13
They both grew up in Elkhart County just miles apart, were star athletes on competing junior high and high school teams, and graduated from Goshen College the same year. Since then, one spent 23 years in Ireland as a peace scholar and practitioner and the other earned a doctorate at Harvard University and knows 15 languages.