Jason Lahr and Krista Hoefle

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Reception: Sunday, November 10 — 2-4 pm, Hershberger Art Gallery Exhibit Description: Jason Lahr’s paintings and works on paper combine darkly comic texts with appropriated images to create shifting narratives of working class male identity as shaped by popular culture. The images are pulled from a wide range of popular and sub-cultural ephemera while the […]

Combined Senior Exhibit – 2013

Reception: Sunday, April 27, 2:00-3:30 pm, Hershberger Gallery. Seniors Abbie Miller, Ben Adams, Daniel Buschert, Juan Carlos Diaz Quezada, Sara Soto, Emma Brooks, Abe Stucky, Laurel Woodward, and Meredith Anne Ebersole will present artwork in an exhibit that is a combination of the two, earlier senior exhibits.

Letters from Lois

Lois Mary Gunden

Though it was well known in her family, community and college that Lois Mary Gunden Clemens ’36 (Goshen College French professor 1939-41, 1944-58) had served in southern France during World War II with Mennonite Central Committee (MCC), helped many children and had been a prisoner of war for a year, the extent to which she risked her own safety and played a critical role in helping to save Jewish children’s lives during the Holocaust recently came to light with the research of her niece Mary Jean Gunden ’77.

Experiencing “Jesus and his nurses”

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When Isaac Steiner, 7, died on March 6, 2013, after a 21-month struggle with brain cancer, his parents, Rob and Sarah Steiner ’98, were devastated. Though the experience of Isaac’s illness was agonizing, the Steiners found that having meaningful nursing care made a difference. As a tribute to their son and his nurses, they recently established a scholarship for Goshen College nursing students in the hope that recipients will provide the same kind of compassionate care that Isaac received.