Goshen College Winter One Act plays explore misconceptions of identity

Winter One Acts

GOSHEN, Ind. – Goshen College’s 2012 Winter One Acts will feature a playful opera and a modern drama, each about the misconceptions of identity, directed by two December 2011 graduates. The Goshen College Players will present “Haiku,” by Katherine Snodgrass and directed by Josh Hofer, and “La Serva Padrona (The Servant Turned Mistress),” by Giovanni … Keep reading »

Nursing students gather for annual mock convention for the last time

Goshen College Assistant Professor of Nursing Jan Emswiler will present a keynote address about her work with HIV/AIDS in Tanzania.

GOSHEN, Ind. – Goshen College nursing students will gather for the last Annual Nursing Mock Convention as they focus on “Improving Patient Care: Building on the Foundation of Nursing” on Friday, Feb. 10 in the Church-Chapel Fellowship Hall. Professor Emeritus of Nursing Merv Helmuth, who started the Nursing Mock Convention at Goshen College 41 years … Keep reading »

February 2012 events at Goshen College

All events are open to the public and are free unless otherwise noted. Feb. 3 8 p.m.,Winter One Acts, Umble Center The one acts include “Haiku” by Katherine Snodgrass and “La Serva Padrona (The Servant Turned Mistress)” by Pergolesi. “Haiku” won the Heidemann Award at Actors Theatre of Louisville. Though severely brain-injured, Louise is at … Keep reading »

Ted & Company Theater Works coming to Goshen Feb. 8-10

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GOSHEN, Ind. – Ted & Company Theater Works is coming to Goshen from Feb. 8-10, with the help of College Mennonite Church, Just Peace Seminars, Goshen College, and Oaklawn. Ted & Co., led by Ted Swartz, are dynamic actors and musicians who are passionate about bringing thought-provoking storytelling to the stage. The group incorporates theater … Keep reading »

Goshen College students sit down with close friend of MLK to talk

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Photo by David Zwier ’12Senior Yolo Lopez-Perez talks with Dr. Vincent Harding about issues of race, multiculturalism, identity and servant leadership. >>Look at photos from all of GC’s MLK Study Day events. >>What do Goshen College students think about race? Check out this video to hear what they have to say. GOSHEN, Ind. – It’s not often that Goshen … Keep reading »

Gregg Luginbuhl Exhibit: Recent Directions

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Reception: Sunday January 20, 2-3:30 pm, Hershberger Gallery. There will be a gallery talk following the reception.   Show Statement: The majority of the work in this exhibition will be in the ceramic medium. Approaches to this medium will include: functional and sculptural work in porcelain and stoneware; a polychrome white earthenware sculpture; a few … Keep reading »

Goshen College Peace Play contest still accepting submissions

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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 »

Celebrate Christmas in art during upcoming Goshen College Afternoon Sabbatical

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 »