Joseph Shetler ’06 recently presented his MFA Thesis Exhibition, “Defining Ethos,” which ran in early of December 2014 in Phoenix.
Joel Kauffmann ’79 has used his comic strip Pontius’ Puddle to comment on the church, the world and the human condition. After 31 years, he’s putting down his pen to pursue another matter of faith.
Goshen College will host a College Goal Sunday event on Sunday, Feb. 22, from 2-4 p.m. in Goshen College’s Union Building, to help college-bound students and their families open the door to financial aid.
Shashi Buluswar, an author of a study listing the 50 breakthroughs that would most transform the lives of the poor, especially in sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia, spoke with Morning Edition’s Renee Montagne.
In a new effort by Goshen College’s Center for Intercultural and International Education (CIIE), the college has begun offering English language classes for community members.
Goshen College continues to offer an online resource to help believers make time and space in their hearts and minds to reflect during the season of Lent.
Five Goshen College students will present speeches during the 2015 C. Henry Smith Peace Oratorical Contest on Tuesday, Feb. 17. The annual event will take place at 7 p.m. in the Umble Center and is free and open to the public.
If you were paying attention to last week’s episode of To the Best of Our Knowledge from Wisconsin Public Radio, you may have noticed that it was heavily influenced by Goshen College graduates. The weekly themed public radio program focused on “African Genre Fiction” and featured interviews with Ellah Wakatama Allfrey ’88 and Sofia Samatar ’94.
Brian Wiebe, director of Horizon Education Alliance (HEA), a non-profit organization created by Elkhart County education and business leaders, will share about how lives are being changed in Elkhart Country through world-class learning opportunities during the Afternoon Sabbatical series on Tuesday, Feb. 17, at 1 p.m. in the Goshen College Music Center’s Sauder Concert Hall.
At the recent Sundance Film Festival in Utah, writer/director Jim Strouse’s ’99 newest offering, “People, Place, Things” was generally one of the most well-received films to debut there.