The John W. Campbell Award for the best new professional science fiction or fantasy writer of 2012 or 2013, sponsored by Dell Magazines, went to Sofia Samatar ’94, author of A Stranger in Olondria (Small Beer Press).
Since high school, Maddie Ruth has been determined to spend a year of service abroad. Now that she has graduated from Goshen College with a degree in music and psychology, she has the opportunity to pursue her dream.
Laura Rheinheimer ’05, a paralegal who fights for the rights of immigrant children, is on the front lines of the U.S. immigration system.
In 1992, newlyweds Rene Marvin Ramos and Lisa Seiler packed up all their belongings in Buttercup, a 1972 Volkswagen van, and headed for New Mexico.
The tech company Eric Kanagy, a 2003 Goshen College graduate, started in 2007 could have been located anywhere.
Anna and Joe Sawatzky and their four sons continue the 30-year legacy of Mennonite mission workers working alongside African church leaders in Eastern Cape Province at Bethany Bible School.
Despite their name, the group known as the Kansas Bible Company is actually based in Nashville.
As Justin Gillette fielded questions this week from a group of middle-schoolers during a Goshen College camp session for aspiring sports journalists, a theme developed in the queries, one that suggested maybe running isn’t really work.
Don Yost ’72, Rod Kauffman ’83 and fellow boater Bob Zook played a major roll in the rescue of five troubled kayakers on northern Lake Michigan.
President Barack Obama announced his intent to nominate 1966 Goshen College graduate Dr. Roger N. Beachy to the National Science Board for the National Science Foundation (NSF).