Goshen College alumni and Nashville rockers Kansas Bible Company have long been known for their versatility, displaying a mastery over genres that range from garage to soul to pop. On their third album Paper Moon, they decided to double down on those pop influences.
Midwestern Gothic talked with author Sofia Samatar about her novel The Winged Histories, concentrating on those without a voice, writing across different modes and more.
Jason B. Kauffman of Durham, North Carolina, has been named full-time director of archives and records management for the denomination’s Executive Board (EB) staff, effective July 1, 2016.
After four decades at Goshen schools, beloved band teacher retires.
Goshen is a hotbed for musicians. Many local artists have launched careers and found success both here and far outside the confines of our city. The following is a list of some of our top-tier talent.
The Good of Goshen highlights 15 bands that got their start in Goshen, many of which originated at Goshen College or include GC alumni.
Bob Brenneman has been named Director of Lending at Park View Federal Credit Union where he will oversee residential and commercial lending operations. He has 21 years of lending experience at PVFCU.
Laura Leischner ’08 speaks on National Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month
When Sunday Mahaja ’14 was a young man living in Nigeria, his father explained to him the idea of love by comparing it to a butterfly.
Zebulon Holsopple ’06, a science teacher at J.D. Clement Early College High School in Durham, North Carolina, is the recipient of Depauw’s 2016 Battey National Educator of the Year Award.