For Daryl Groff ’83 and his daughter, Sara ’09, wearing a Goshen College T-shirt, scarf or hat isn’t enough to show how much they love their alma mater. Their love for Goshen runs skin deep — literally. Daryl and Sara both have GC tattoos.
Angie (Miller) Bastian ’83 and her husband, Dan, a former teacher, have built their former garage business into Angie’s Kettle Corn, a multi-million company rooted in the values of family, treating people fairly and giving back to the community. They sell their snack food in 50 states through such retailers as Costco, Martin’s, Target and Whole Foods.
When I was growing up, an annual winter tradition for the Rohrer family was driving from eastern Ohio to Goshen to visit “the cousins” – those in the family enrolled at Goshen College. From an early age, these family trips imprinted on me that Goshen was family.
The Goshen College Theater Department once again is hosting a Peace Play contest, and submissions will continue to be accepted until Dec. 31. This biennial one-of-a-kind Peace Play contest challenges playwrights around the world to tell a story about peace in a one-act play. Typically, 50-75 submissions of new, un-produced one-act plays are received in … Keep reading »
Goshen College music alumnae Leslee Smucker ’09, violin, and Anna Showalter ’10, piano, will return to campus to present a music recital in Rieth Recital Hall.
Afternoon Sabbatical: “Celebrating Christmas in Art,” by Merrill Krabill, professor of art Date and time: Tuesday, Dec. 6 at 1 p.m. Location: Goshen College Music Center’s Sauder Concert Hall Cost: Free and open to the public As Christmas approaches, Professor of Art Merrill Krabill will explore how the divine is portrayed in art during an … Keep reading »
The Goshen College English Department and Better World Books will present “Goshen Graphix,” a collection of short graphic memoirs by Goshen College students from their May 2010 Graphic Novel class, at the store on Dec. 2.
All events are open to the public and are free unless otherwise noted
Goshen College will present its eighth annual musical celebration of Christmas, “A Festival of Carols,” on Friday, Dec. 2 and Saturday, Dec. 3 at 7:30 p.m., and Sunday, Dec. 4 at 4 p.m.