Eva Lapp reflects on Mennonite reactions to patriotism and Colin Kapernick.
Three generations of the Bender family have served with MCC internationally. John ’53 and Naomi Bender ’53 began the legacy of service by establishing a clinic in Haiti in 1959. Their daughter Jan ’78 (GC professor of history) and son-in-law Peter Shetler ’78 served in multiple locations with MCC, followed by their sons Dan ’06 and Paul ’08.
The award-winning Ulysses Quartet will perform on Sunday, Oct. 9, 2016 at 4 p.m. in the Music Center’s Rieth Recital Hall as part of the Rieth Chamber Series.
Jim Strouse ’99 and Jessica Williams are teaming up once again.
After Juan Carlos Diaz graduated from Goshen College with an art degree in 2013, his dreams of being an art teacher were at a temporary standstill. He enrolled in the Goshen Chamber of Commerce’s 2015 Leadership Academy to grow his career and expand his social networks.
Adny Yoder ’07 practices general internal medicine at Aultman Hospital in Ohio.
Erin Daza Sigler `05 has spent the past 15 years working with multiple denominations in a variety of areas related to conflict transformation and cross cultural awareness.
The 2016 Goshen College Culture for Service Awards will be presented to Ellah Wakatama Allfrey ’88 and Dr. Doug Schwartzentruber ’78. The 2016 Dr. Ruth Gunden Champion of Character Award will go to Aletha Stahl ’89, and the Dr. Roman Gingerich Champion of Character Award will go to James Gingerich ’66.
Ellah Wakatama Allfrey, John Freeman, Aleksander Hemon and Aminatta Forna, four internationally-acclaimed and award-winning writers, will take part in a conversation at Goshen College on Thursday, Oct. 6 at 7:30 p.m. in the Newcomer Center, Room 17. The event is free and open to the public.
Kate Stoltzfus ’05 and Kelly Shenk Koontz ’08 were named to Mennonite Economic Development Agency’s list of ‘Ten Young Women Changing the World’