Leading this year’s MayFest parade was Grand Marshal Andy Rohrer, a 2000 graduate of Goshen College and current head of marketing for Blue Gate Hospitality in downtown Shipshewana.
Bradley Kauffman ’96 of Cincinnati, Ohio, has been named project director for the new song collection for Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. The print version is slated for release in 2020. He will perform work on a contract basis before assuming a full-time staff position on July 5.
We like to think of climate science as extremely high-tech, but in fact, observing the climate is sometimes as easy as paying attention to what’s going on outside.
Scoop Miller ’84 has been tabbed Ohio girls basketball coach of the year in Division IV.
Singer-songwriter Heather Kropf ’94 explains how her album “Chrysalis” came to fruition.
Brian O’Leary is in the Master of Divinity program at AMBS with an emphasis on Biblical studies.
With an impressive performance, Errick McCollum ’10, of Galatasaray Odeabank Istanbulhas, been named the Eurocup MVP.
James (Jim) Sweigard, of Newark, Delaware, is an internationally recognized expert in fungal genetics and the culture, growth and molecular biology of crop pathogens. The award is named in honor of DuPont’s Nobel Laureate, Charles J. Pedersen, and recognizes individuals who made outstanding technical achievements.
This bi-annual award provides a means to encourage sound advancements in nutritional science and their application for improving the health and well-being of people worldwide
While every generation goes through a nostalgia phase, Millennials are taking it to a new level.