Goshen College and Community School of the Arts instructor of piano Dr. Kathryn Schmidt will present a solo piano recital in Rieth Recital Hall on Saturday, May 16. The recital will begin at 7:30 p.m.
Jim Miller ’93 and his wife, Linse, have become the largest Internet-only marketers of Amish-made furniture.
“This Bulletin shares just a few of the many rays of healing and hope that shine each and every day on campus and around the world as we seek to live fully into our vision of intercultural and international education. To you our alums, to you our recent graduates, to you our GC family and friends, Fiat Lux! Let there be light! And let it shine, let it shine, let it shine!”
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.
In May 2005, the Goshen College Music Center dedicated its new Taylor and Boody pipe organ, “Opus 41.” Now, 10 years later, the public is invited to celebrate its anniversary with a recital as part of the Rieth Chamber Series. GC organ instructor Kevin Vaughn will present an anniversary recital on Sunday, May 10 at 4 p.m. in the Music Center’s Rieth Recital Hall.
Two Elkhart County youth orchestras will present their spring concert in the Goshen College Music Center’s Sauder Concert Hall on Sunday, May 10, 2015. The concert will begin at 7:30 p.m. Performing will be the Youth Honors Concert Orchestra (grades 7-9), conducted by Kyle Miller, and the Youth Honors Symphony Orchestra (grades 9-12), conducted by YHO Artistic Director Josh Aerie.
For a minute there, before the red “On Air” sign even lit up, I felt like I was in Lake Wobegon.
There was an undeniable spirit hanging in the air inside Goshen College’s Sauder Concert Hall Saturday night as the six-o’clock hour approached.