The Goshen College Library Gallery will honor Sylvia Gross Bubalo, an artist with Mennonite roots, with an exhibit showcasing her art and poetry this fall. The exhibit, which highlights Gross Bubalo’s passion for spirituality, language and community, will run from Aug.12 through Nov. 16, with a reception on Sept. 8 from 3-5 p.m. in the Library Gallery.
Lois Mary Gunden Clemens, a 1936 Goshen College graduate and a French professor at the college from 1939-1941 and 1944-1958, was recently honored as “Righteous Among the Nations” by Yad Vashem, Israel’s official memorial to the Jewish victims of the Holocaust. Gunden Clemens is only the fourth American to be recognized with this prestigious honor.
Ten rising middle schoolers from the Goshen area are blending a love of sports with a love of journalism by participating in Goshen College’s Write on Sports camp from July 8-19, 2013.
Benjamin Kelly has long had a desire to make his living as a baseball play-by-play announcer.
From July 22-26, Indiana’s 31 private, non-profit colleges and universities across the state – including Goshen College – are opening their doors to students, parents and any others interested in the college selection process.
Fifteen Goshen College students are participating in the Camping, Ministry and Service Inquiry Programs during the summer. The Inquiry programs give GC students the opportunity to spend three months in a camp, congregation or service agency with the goal of exploring the intersection of faith and vocation, while also developing skills for leadership.
Goshen College Director Emeritus of Student Services Fred Litwiller, who served the college for more than 35 years as a teacher, coach and counselor, died on June 6 after an 11-year battle with multiple myeloma, shortly before his 73rd birthday.
Let’s be like our children … not wanting to get rid of the fun entertainment in life but find solutions to take care of our Earth as we take care of ourselves!
The Goshen College Music Center’s Hershberger Art Gallery will be showcasing an exhibit titled “Indigenous Arts of Africa.” The exhibit runs from June 2 to Sept. 22, 2013.
Samatar’s debut novel “A Stranger in Olondria” appeared in 2013. She began publishing short fiction in 2012, and so far her stories have appeared in Strange Horizons, Clarkesworld, and Apex, among others. She also publishes poetry and book reviews.