To mark International Day of Peace (Sept. 21), student Worship Assistants have planned this chapel service, with an emphasis on immigration.
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To mark U.S. Constitution Day (September 17), the history department has invited attorney Lee Roy Berry, Jr. to speak in this convocation. Berry is African-American and is retired from teaching political science courses at Goshen College.
The student team of Worship Assistants will lead this chapel service.
Faculty member: Paul Keim Returning student: Solongo Gonshigsuren New student: Jadon Chupp
Campus minister Bob Yoder and Minister of worship Gwen Gustafson-Zook launch the 2013-14 campus ministries theme during this time of worship.
Come to this last convo of the year for fun, food, and a fond farewell!
Led by 2013 summer Inquiry Program students
Geo-thermal energy at GC: when? why? where? And why does campus electrical use continue to go down, even though we are using more and more electronics?
Seniors speaking: Mohammad Rasoulipour, Karina Rohrer-Meck, Brock & Jacob Gunderkline, Samita Thapa, and Billy Funk.
NOTE: Change from printed schedule. Students speakers will be Jake Daniel Smucker – “A Call for More Co-Ed Housing”Mia Engle – “Proxemics”Hannah Sauder – “Purpose”Jon Kaasa – “First Win”Cabe Sawin – “The Dirty Cuban”
GC’s worship team will lead us in worship, using drama and music.
Rebecca Hernandez, Associate Dean for Intercultural Development, will introduce CIIE, with the help of students.
Join as Goshen College welcomes Peter Yarrow of the famous folk trio, “Peter, Paul, and Mary.” Peter and colleague Mark Weiss, Director of Education for Operation Respect will make a presentation about Operation Respect, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting safe, caring and compassionate environments for children and youth.
A panel of faculty members from different departments will contribute perspectives on a topic relevant to college students. They will respond to a book by anthropologist and economist David Graeber titled “Debt: The First 5000 Years.” Panel members are Jan Shetler (history), Jim Halteman (economics), Jo-Ann Brant (religion), Regina Shands Stoltzfus (peace studies), and Jonathan Schramm (ecology).