Mennonite understandings of mission went through a major shift in the mid-twentieth century.
Allfrey, a 1988 graduate of Goshen (Indiana) College, is an internationally recognized author, editor, publisher and literary critic, originally from Zimbabwe. Since moving to England, she has worked as an editor at Granta magazine, Random House and Penguin Press.
Miriam Suzanne (Meyer) ’05 was named among the 2016 True West Award winners by the Denver Center for the Performing Arts.
Nicole Bauman ’08 recently traveled to North Dakota to show support for local indigenous groups and other opposed to the construction of a proposed pipeline.
NorthWood High School Principal David Maugel ’92 was recently named Indiana Association of School Principals’ Principal of the Year for District 2. District 2 comprises the counties of Elkhart, Fulton, Kosciusko, LaPorte, Marshall, Pulaski, St. Joseph and Starke.
Dr. Joseph Manickam has been appointed as the ninth president of Hesston College following a unanimous vote from the Hesston College Board of Directors and the Mennonite Education Agency (MEA) board. He will assume office on July 1, 2017.
Karen Kreider Yoder ’78, with help from First Mennonite Church of San Francisco, made 65 comforters for MCC for her 60th birthday.
Fred Longenecker ’87 has found a unique and fun way to ease kids into potty training with ‘The Potty Duck.’
Goshen has become a welcoming home for several international alumni families.
A Goshen farm that supplies produce for many of Goshen’s dining establishments might be moving closer to its customers.