Ken Hochstetler didn’t have a grand plan to come back to his hometown of Goshen.
Jillian graduated from Goshen College with a nursing degree, and credits her children with getting her through the schooling.
Three Community School of the Arts youth choirs will perform in the Spring CSA Showcase Concert on Sunday, May 3 at 4 p.m. The concert will be held in the Goshen College Music Center’s Sauder Concert Hall.
Stephen J. Schrag has been appointed the next principal and chief administrator for Iowa Mennonite School.
Keep shining dear graduates. Shine on the poor, the captives, the down and out, those in need, the oppressed, the broken hearted. Shine forth with neighborly love and compassion.
You will be your most creative, most effective, most productive, most resilient self when you figure out how to play to your strengths.
Members of the Goshen College Class of 2015 received undergraduate and graduate degrees after being encouraged by speaker and alumnus Raj Biyani ’92 to add value to the world by focusing on their strengths during the college’s 117th commencement on Sunday, April 26.
Back in 1992, Sheila Selman was standing in the same spot as today’s Goshen College graduates — in a line waiting to get her diploma.
Doug Yoder ’77, track coach at Goshen College, is an avid runner and organizer of running events in the Maple City.
Mary Short ’03 and Suzanne Miller ’11, of Goshen’s Parkside Elementary School, make science fun.