Last summer Dalton Shetler ’16 received a “life-changing call,” as Shetler describes it, a ticket to being embedded as a broadcaster with a big-time college basketball program.
By exploring the impact of a shunning on three generations of an Amish family in Mifflin County, Pennsylvania, during the period of 1930-2000, this lecture seeks to stimulate a conversation about the legacy of shunning on internal conflict in and among Mennonite churches.
Artist Joshua Wilson ’96 is helping create a sunken art installation using a ship that is one of only five survivors from the attack on Pearl Harbor. The project is being developed by Richard Branson.
Goshen College President James E. Brenneman has been selected to receive the Alfredo G. de los Santos, Jr. Distinguished Leadership in Higher Education Award, presented by the American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education (AAHHE) at the AAHHE 12th Annual Conference in Irvine, California.
A new memoir published by the Institute of Mennonite Studies (IMS) traces the development of former Goshen (Indiana) College President J. Lawrence Burkholder’s thought as it intersected with the events of his life.
Plate discipline is something Erik Hisner ’05 carried into the batter’s box with him as a player and it’s a concept he teaches his hitters as head baseball coach at Whitko High School.
Alex Childers ’09, who in his fifth season as head coach for the Maple Leafs, wants his athletes to be adaptable, students of the game and above all else — students. After all, GC is a highly-ranked institution of higher learning.
Lisa Koop ’99 an immigration attorney, and Mara Weaver ’13, a paralegal, are providing legal services to immigrants in Goshen.