Six books were published through the Goshen College English Department’s Pinchpenny Press in 2013, four of which were authored by individual students and two of which were collections of student work.
Kate Stoltzfus, a Goshen College junior English writing and journalism double major, was selected by the Hoosier State Press Association as one of 10 Eugene S. Pulliam interns for this summer.
A mural designed by 2010 alum Noah Yoder will be painted onto the walls and ceiling of the pedestrian underpass this week.
Fifteen Goshen College students are participating in the Camping, Ministry and Service Inquiry Programs during the summer. The Inquiry programs give GC students the opportunity to spend three months in a camp, congregation or service agency with the goal of exploring the intersection of faith and vocation, while also developing skills for leadership.
Twenty-two Goshen College students are spending their summer working with professors on various research projects during the college’s eight-week Maple Scholars program.
A group of eight students formed a team through the international non-profit organization Enactus.
During May term, Goshen College Professor of History John D. Roth led 17 students in an exploration of the different Anabaptist cultures of Paraguay. The class trekked from the capital city of Asunción to Mennonite colonies in the Gran Chaco and in eastern Paraguay during their three-week learning tour of the country.
The Goshen College Music Center’s Hershberger Art Gallery will be showcasing an exhibit titled “Indigenous Arts of Africa.” The exhibit runs from June 2 to Sept. 22, 2013.
A two-week day camp called Write on Sports is accepting applications from students who will be entering seventh and eighth grades.
America’s enchantment with the Amish – in romance novels and on reality television – has left many wondering what Amish life is really like. A new book, co-written by Goshen College Professor of History Steve M. Nolt, looks to dispel myths and document Amish life across North America.