Rachel Kreider ’31 turned 106 this week.
Ben Hartman ’01 of Clay Bottom Farms says because the food he grows only travels about 10 miles from his farm to various restaurants, the quality is fresher.
Todd Nussbaum ’96, Java practice director at HMB Inc., answers questions about his work and life.
As Goshen Community Schools’ health services coordinator, Susan Stiffney works to make sure Goshen students are healthy, safe and connected.
Jim Miller ’93 and his wife, Linse, have become the largest Internet-only marketers of Amish-made furniture.
Zulma Prieto ’01 started El Puente, the first Spanish-language newspaper in the state of Indiana, in 1992, calling it “a bridge between cultures.”
Joel Kauffmann believed laughter was a gift from God. The comic strip author, screenwriter and resident of Goshen since 1970 died at the age of 64 on Friday, May 8. Kauffman was perhaps best known for his comic strip Pontius’ Puddle, which he used to comment on the church, world and human condition.
Todd Pletcher ’05 was one of Ceramic Monthly’s 2015 Emerging Artists, featured in the May 2015 issue.
Ken Hochstetler didn’t have a grand plan to come back to his hometown of Goshen.
Jillian graduated from Goshen College with a nursing degree, and credits her children with getting her through the schooling.