Violence is a continuum. And it can start long before someone buys a gun.
Leslee Smucker ’09 presented two multimedia recitals this year combining her two loves of violin and visual art.
After suffering the recent deaths of his parents, vocalist Idris Busari ’13 reacted to adversity the way many creatives do — he turned his attention to his craft.
Rushika Perera ’95, an assistant professor of virology at CSU, recently won a 2016 Boettcher Foundation Webb-Waring Biomedical Research Award, one of 10 in Colorado, for her studies of mosquito-borne viruses at Colorado State University.
Jim Marks ’67, was named White Pigeon, Michigan, Citizen of the Year. Jim is a retired teacher, coach, administrator and guidance director for Westview School Corporation in Topeka, Ind., where he worked for 43 years.
Sarah Tapia ’12, who recently graduated from Valparaiso Law School, is featured in this New York Times article about the high cost and few available jobs for law school graduates.
GC alumni involved with the creation of a new Mennonite song collection include Bradley Kauffman ’96, Amy Gingerich ’99, Adam Tice ’02, Katie Graber ’99, Emily Grimes ’14 and SaeJin Lee ’11.
Rebecca Stoltzfus ’84 has been appointed vice provost for undergraduate education at Cornell University for a five-year term effective July 1. She will oversee initiatives enhancing undergraduate instruction and related programs, in collaboration with academic leaders and units across campus.
This week marks the release of Emily Rodgers’ third full-length, a 10-song album called Two Years, which will be released by Misra Records on June 10.
Three months after completing his college career with honorable-mention all-Crossroads League honors, 2016 Goshen College graduate Trevor Commissaris signed a professional basketball contract with Italian club ASD Polisportiva Alfa Catania on Monday.