Dan Coyne ’80, a school social worker praised by Chicago Public Schools as a humanitarian for donating a kidney to a near-stranger, has been fired because he lives outside the school district.
Malinda Elizabeth Berry, assistant professor of theology and ethics at Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary, reflects on Advent for Mennonite Church USA.
Bluffton Maple Crest Senior Living Village’s oldest married couple, Luther and Geneva Shetler, celebrate their 75th wedding anniversary on Dec. 22.
Max Mault ’76, Goshen Middle School band director, has worked in the Goshen Community Schools for 40 years.
In this TED talk, Anne Glick ’98 argues that technology can help save the world, just not in the way we expect it to.
Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter named Daniel Cantu-Hertzler ’77 of the city’s Law Department the winner of the inaugural Inspector General’s Joan Markman Award for Integrity.
Professor Emeritus of Art Marvin Bartel’s approach to teaching and learning has helped set a foundation for the massive outgrowth of ceramic artists in the Michiana area – many of whom are Goshen College alumni. Many artists have stayed in Goshen, making it a popular destination for those interested in starting their own pottery businesses.
“If there’s anything we should have learned since 9/11 and the “War on Terror,” it is that violence against the Muslim world cannot defeat terrorism or anti-Western anger; only respect for human rights and sovereignty will work.”
Kelly Shenk Koontz ’08 is a second year MBA student at Boston University in the Public & Nonprofit Management program. Before attending BU, Kelly worked with Mennonite Central Committee in Kabul, Afghanistan doing peacebuilding work.
Brad Graber ’08 and his wife, Brenna Steury Graber, were at the French national soccer game in the Stade de France where three suicide bombers reportedly tried to enter and detonated their explosives outside the stadium.