John Shoup has been working at the Elkhart Civic Theatre since he went to Goshen College in the ’80s. Since then, Shoup has become the artistic and technical director for the group.
Kent Beck ’81 and Karen Lehman are renovating an historic Goshen home that was converted to a bed and breakfast inn years ago.
Goshen College’s accounting program is consistently ranked among the best in Indiana. That’s why three of the top 10 accounting firms in the country come to campus every year to recruit GC students directly. Doug Nisley (GC ’80) is a partner at Crowe Horwath LLP, the 8th largest CPA firm in the country, and he consistently comes to Goshen College to recruit interns and employees for the firm. Why? “[Goshen College students] are very well-rounded people,” says Nisley. “[They] can do the technical side of the job … and also talk about other things in the world that your clients care about.”
New York-based Jim Strouse ’99, a writer and director with several films to his credit, spoke about his experience growing up in Goshen during the River Bend Film Festival.
Eric Kurtz ’93, MCC Great Lakes regional assistant director, talks about how MCC is spending millions of dollars in relief aid for people overseas.
Union College President Stephen Ainlay ’73 was nominated by colleagues and selected by INSIGHT Into Diversity as a 2016 Giving Back Award recipient for his dedication to promoting diversity and inclusion and encouraging community service both on his campus and in the surrounding community.
They say it takes a village to raise a child. We are the village.
The Maple City will soon be in the spotlight as the 15-year-old River Bend Film Festival gets underway for the first time in downtown Goshen, March 31 through April 2.
There was a library and it is ashes. Let its long length assemble.
Saulo Padilla ’05 is Mennonite Central Committee U.S. Immigration Education Coordinator.