With 114 marathon wins, Justin Gillette ’05 runs toward free pizza for life
Justin Gillette has won 114 marathons, more than most people have entered, and he's hoping to win many more
Anna Costanza ’15 connects marine science and art
Anna Costanza '15 is in the process of completing her Masters of Science in Interdisciplinary Marine and Estuarine Science, studying Geographic information systems (GIS), which deals with spatial analyses and mapping.
Tatevik Sekhposyan ’01 investigates the nature of uncertainty in the macroeconomy
Dr. Tatevik Sekhposyan '01, an economics professor at Texas A&M University, investigates the nature of uncertainty in the macroeconomy.
Stephanie Kennell-Heiling ’08 named among 40-under-40 Rising Nurse Leaders
Stephanie Kennell-Heiling has a passion for improving health on a global scale, and has worked to build nursing capacity in low- and middle-income countries in East Africa.
Mark Kreider ’18: A master student mastering all
Mark Kreider '18 believes piano performance is an energizing complement to his graduate work in ecology.
JD Martin ’70 talks about and performs “Jesus, help us live in peace”
Singer/Songwriter JD Martin '70 performs his song "Jesus, help us live in peace" as part of the Voices Together project.
2019 ‘A Festival Of Carols’ to be televised this month
Watch the livestream of 2019 “A Festival of Carols” livestream on WNIT Monday, Dec. 21 at 9 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 24 at 10 p.m. Friday, Dec. 25 at 8 a.m. Goshen College’s annual “A Festival of Carols” program returns this year on…
Senior Kailey Rice places first at state vocal competition
Kailey Rice, a senior music and sign language interpreting major from Frisco, Texas, won two awards at the National Association Teachers of Singing competition, which took place virtually this year.
A wellspring of empathy: Connecting justice for the marginalized
For Goshen College alumni, action speaks louder than words. Equipped with a law degree and a sense of justice, these graduates are using their law careers to compassionately rethink criminal justice and restorative justice and serve people on the margins of society. Allen Bohnert ’98 Photo credit:…