Senior Exhibit I: 2011 Reception: Sunday, Mar. 20, 2-4 p.m. The first group of senior students exhibit work in their chosen medium.
Goshen College is announcing a new, unique opportunity for undergraduate students to earn a semester of college credit in a fairly unconventional way. Merry Lea Environmental Learning Center of Goshen College will offer (beginning in the fall of 2011) the Sustainability Semester in Residence for students to live and learn in Indiana’s first platinum-rated LEED® facility located on a 1,189-acre nature preserve. A cohort of six to 15 students will engage complex problems related to the regional watershed.
Jair Hernandez, a Goshen College sophomore, said that “Migrant farm workers really are the invisible backbone of the American agricultural system,” during his speech titled “Migrant Farm Workers,” that won first place in the annual Goshen College C. Henry Smith Peace Oratorical Contest on Feb. 22. Hernandez, a public relations major from Goshen, was one of six Goshen College students who spoke about a variety of peace and justice issues during the contest.
Juan Granados: Ceramics Exhibition This exhibit is in conjunction with the Eric Yake Kenagy Lecture by Juan Granados Sunday, Feb. 20, 7:30 p.m. That event will be followed by a reception. Granados is a ceramist who has had numerous exhibitions around the United States and the world, including South Korea, Switzerland, and Hong Kong. Affection […]
Lecture: Sunday, Feb. 20, 7:30 p.m., followed by a reception. Juan Granados will have a concurrent exhibit in the Abner Hershberger Gallery from Jan. 16 – Mar. 08. Juan Granados is a ceramist who has had numerous exhibitions around the United States and the world, including South Korea, Switzerland, and Hong Kong. Affection and respect […]
Six Goshen College students will be exploring themes of peace as they participate in the college’s annual C. Henry Smith Peace Oratorical Contest. The contest, to be held in the Goshen College Umble Center on Tuesday, Feb. 22 at 7 p.m., gives students the opportunity to get involved in a peace cause as they each deliver an eight- to 10-minute extemporaneous speech.
Having been involved in Mennonite education nearly his whole life -as a student, parent and professor- Goshen College Professor of History John D. Roth knows the subject of his new book, Teaching that Transforms: Why Anabaptist-Mennonite Education Matters (Herald Press, February 2011), quite intimately.
Goshen College recently recognized 211 students, for excellence in academics, on the 2010-11 fall semester Dean’s List.