Goshen College adjunct instructor of percussion Ben Runkel will present a percussion recital on Friday, Jan. 22 in the Goshen College Music Center’s Rieth Recital Hall. The recital will begin at 7:30 p.m.
Regina Shands Stoltzfus, assistant professor of peace, justice and conflict studies at Goshen College, has been awarded the 2016 Spirit of Justice Award by the State of Indiana Civil Rights Commission, the state’s highest civil rights honor.
Errick McCollum ’10, older brother of Trail Blazers guard CJ McCollum, has spent the last several years of his professional basketball career in Europe and is currently playing in Turkey. Blazer’s Edge staff writer Willy Raedy caught up with Errick before a recent game in Russia to talk about his experiences overseas.
Mohammad Rasoulipour ’13 interviewed 18 people in the Center for Justice and Peacebuilding (CJP) community at Eastern Mennonite University about their “war of reference.”
Joshua Hofer ’11 was one of 20 people named OTA Builders, a collaborative network that serves as a catalyst to improve the lives of all people living in MinnesOTA, North DakOTA and South DakOTA.
Julia Gautsche has two jobs. In one, she has helped deliver 1,218 babies for local mothers. In the other, she has worked to pass hundreds if not thousands of laws to help better the community.
Shirley Albrecht Shenk ’71 and Dave Shenk ’71 own and operate Quilt Designs in Goshen.
Gospel Sunrise Productions’ radio host Marvin Lyles ’74 has been nominated in the category of Radio Announcer for the 2016 Rhythm of Gospel Awards to be held June 23-26, 2016 in Memphis, Tennessee.
After more than two decades of service to the city of Goshen, longtime Goshen City Councilman Everett Thomas will officially bid farewell to his 5th District seat at the end of this year.
Abbie Gascho Landis ’98 reflects on the way the World Community Cookbook series – More-with-Less (by Doris Janzen Longacre ’61), Extending the Table (by Joetta Handrich Schlabach ’80) and Simply in Season (by Mary Beth Lind and Cathleen Hockman-Wert ’91) – have shaped her and her family’s eating and living.