After 37 years as director of the Hesston (Kansas) College Nursing program, Bonnie Sowers announced that she will step down from the role on June 30.
In the United States, 40 percent of the food we produce isn’t eaten. Ben Hartman is trying to put a dent in that figure.
Hesston College music faculty member Matthew Schloneger ’94, Ph.D., was selected as one of two winners nationally for the Van L. Lawrence Fellowship, recognizing a combined commitment to excellence in teaching and voice science.
Randy Gunden, a former business professor and administrator at Goshen College, died Feb. 25 after a 10-month battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 64 years old and graduated from Goshen College in 1975 with a degree in economics.
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.
Artist Joshua Wilson ’96 is helping create a sunken art installation using a ship that is one of only five survivors from the attack on Pearl Harbor. The project is being developed by Richard Branson.
A new memoir published by the Institute of Mennonite Studies (IMS) traces the development of former Goshen (Indiana) College President J. Lawrence Burkholder’s thought as it intersected with the events of his life.
Plate discipline is something Erik Hisner ’05 carried into the batter’s box with him as a player and it’s a concept he teaches his hitters as head baseball coach at Whitko High School.
Alex Childers ’09, who in his fifth season as head coach for the Maple Leafs, wants his athletes to be adaptable, students of the game and above all else — students. After all, GC is a highly-ranked institution of higher learning.
Lisa Koop ’99 an immigration attorney, and Mara Weaver ’13, a paralegal, are providing legal services to immigrants in Goshen.