The Spektral Quartet, one of the nation’s fastest-rising young string quartets, returns to Goshen College Music Center on Friday, January 18 at 7:30 p.m. for a program of quartets by Mozart, Verdi and Hugo Wolf.
In recent months, current and former Goshen College faculty have authored new books and chapters in new books.
The link between genetics and mental illness continues to engage Abram Hostetter, a Goshen College graduate and psychiatrist who is in his fourth decade of world-recognized research into why Old Order Amish are more susceptible to bipolar disorder than the general population.
January 2013 events at Goshen College
I know some of you still don’t believe that climate change is not happening AND I know you cannot pinpoint climate change as the villain of all and that is the reason why people deny it. But I don’t understand that people cannot believe that there isn’t any sort of change happening.
Formerly from the Republic of Georgia, husband and wife musical duo David Machavariani and Ketevan Badridze will perform great music of German and Russian major composers for Goshen College’s December Afternoon Sabbatical.
By Christina Hofer for Goshen Commons As a young girl, she dreamed of being a park ranger. Or a Great Mouse Detective (the animated mouse version of Sherlock Holmes). She loved spending time outdoors, especially with animals, and enjoyed dressing up her dog and making up stories. Many years later, that fun-loving, imaginative young girl … Keep reading »
By Samuel Rosario for Goshen Commons An interview with Ben John Pollitt, a golfer from England. Pollitt is a sophomore at Goshen College. He was the lone golfer on the men’s team a year ago when intercollegiate golf returned to Goshen College. He described his best athletic moment as “winning a matchplay tournament at … Keep reading »
December 2012 events at Goshen College. All events are open to the public and are free unless otherwise noted.
By Ariel Ropp for Goshen Commons Naomi Lederach rarely says “I.” Whether she’s describing her time as a peace worker in Northern Ireland during the Troubles or her experience as a nursing professor at Hesston College in Kansas, Lederach, 79, habitually begins her sentences with “we.” The other half of Lederach’s “we” is invariably her … Keep reading »