January 2015 events include performances by Boston Brass and the Enso String Quartet, Merling Trio, and the Martin Luther King Jr. Study Day events.
As a copy editor at The New York Times, Duane Stoltzfus seemingly had it all for a young man.
Don Berkey ’76 and his wife are now missionaries in India.
A lot has changed in medicine in the last 51 years that Dr. William Pletcher has been a physician in Elkhart County.
The city of Goshen is home to healthcare centers that not only practice top-notch medical care, but truly care for the community and all of its residents. IU Health Goshen has partnered with Maple City Health Care Center to provide affordable, integrated primary care to even more of the community.
Two acclaimed ensembles—Boston Brass and Enso String Quartet—will come together to perform at Goshen College on Friday, Jan. 9, as part of the college’s Performing Arts Series.
7-8:30 p.m., Umble Center. Free and open to the public. Leading up to Martin Luther King Jr. Study Day, Goshen’s gospel choir, Notre Dames’s Voices of Faith gospel choir, and other local gospel artists will perform. There will be a dessert reception after the concert.
When Sarah Metzler ‘98 worked in a school district in Boulder, Colo., she began to visualize the way she thought school should look. Now she’s putting that vision to use in Goshen.
Michiana residents will have more opportunities to enjoy Goshen College’s “A Festival of Carols,” the annual musical celebration of the holiday season, on several local and regional public television stations.
“At Goshen College, each year we focus on one core value. This year we will ponder the meaning of global citizenship, which is expressed primarily in two ways. The first and most common understanding has to do with our desire to foster intercultural openness between people of differing worldviews, experiences and ethnicities…”