Hispanic students are a growing presence on U.S. Mennonite college campuses. This is occurring while the percentage of Mennonite students is decreasing. But the colleges’ growing diversity mirrors the churches’ in some ways.
It started, as many of these things do, as a late-night dorm conversation. A “pipe dream” Goshen College senior Michael Miller called it.
For the Goshen College class of 2013, four years of work and study came to a culmination with the 115th commencement ceremony Sunday at the college.
Goshen College held its 115th Commencement ceremony Sunday with 261 undergraduates and 16 master’s students.
The Goshen College class of 2013 received their degrees Sunday afternoon, April 28, after being encouraged to search for truth and authenticity in a world that sometimes misses them.
Goshen College business major Brianne Mault has pretty much always known what she wanted to study in college. For others, that decision didn’t come so easily.
When she started playing soccer at 4 years old, Brianne Mault probably didn’t think about how it could lead to a career in orthopedics, but that’s what happened.
Some people are surprised to find out that a Muslim from Iran would want to major in Bible and religion at a Mennonite college, but Mohammad Rasoulipour is up-front about it.
I ate weeds for lunch on Friday. These were dandelions, harvested from the lush native landscaped areas of Goshen College.
A local woman who has helped transform church music and was a pioneer in the study of African music will be honored with a celebration at Goshen College next weekend.