The Peace Corps are coming to GC:
Are you interested in the Peace Corps? Would you be interested in earning a master’s degree at the same time? Heather Deering, a representative from Michigan Technological University, will be on campus this Friday to recruit for their Peace Corps Master’s International Program.
You can meet with Ms. Deering in the Leaf Raker from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on February 6.
For more information, see the campus communicator.
“Meet me in the Art Gallery” event this Friday!
Come in from the cold and warm up with beautiful art and live music by the Merriman Jazz Trio!
Be inspired by the Scholastic Art Awards Exhibition, showcasing the talent of the region’s award-winning middle and high school artists.
When: Friday, Feb. 6, 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Where: South Bend Museum of Art
Cost: Free tickets from the GC Communications & Marketing Office. Pick up your ticket from Wyse Room 115.
Visiting artist and violinist Charles Castleman to present recital, Fri. Feb. 6
Professional violinist and pedagogue Charles Castleman will present a visiting artist recital in Rieth Recital Hall on Friday, February 6 at 7:30 p.m.
Castleman, a former teacher of GC music professor Solomia Soroka, is professor of violin at The Eastman School of Music and Miami (Fl.) University. His program will include works by Ysaye, Piazzola, Bach, Spohr and Brahams. Solomia Soroka, violin, and Arthur Greene, piano, will also feature.
Tickets: $7 adults, $5 seniors/students, available at the door one hour before the concert. GC faculty/staff/students free with valid ID.
RA/ ML info night Feb 12
We will soon be taking applications for three very important paid student leadership positions for 2015-2016:
Resident Assistant (RA) – Provide leadership in the residence halls
Ministry Leader (ML) – Nurture the spiritual lives of students
Campus Activities Council (CAC) – Plan & organize student activities
An informational meeting will be taking place on Thursday, February 12 at 10 p.m. in AD28. Please plan to attend if you would like more information about these positions for next year. These are paid positions and wonderful opportunities to gain valuable leadership skills and enhance your resume for after college. Talk to your residence life director or RA about the possibilities and let us know if you are interested.
Submit to Red Cents
Red Cents, Goshen’s literary arts journal, is seeking submissions for this year’s edition. Short fiction and non-fiction, poetry and artwork of any medium are all eligible for submission. Submissions are welcome from all students and faculty, regardless of major or discipline. Submit by February 14 to email@example.com!
Habitat for Humanity Spring Break Service Trip
This is an opportunity for any GC student who is interested in assisting with the prebuilding of a new home and shed for a potential new homeowner. This project will be completed during our spring break. Further details will be arriving soon.
In the Jan 29 issue of the Record, the article “Music faculty performs” was written by Jenae Longenecker, not Chelsea Risser. Along with this, the photo of the 1989 Aerobics Champions and the photo of the first-place barbershop quartet from Kick Off were both taken by Comm-Mar, not Alex Pletcher.
Clarification: In the Jan 29 issue, for the article “SST requirements change for GC transfer students”, the changes in Core requirements for transfer students explained do not apply to all transfers. They apply only to transfer students who have earned an Associates degree before transferring to Goshen College.
Intramural indoor soccer sign ups are now live!
Deadline to enter is Feb. 25 at noon! The season starts on March 5.
We’ll feature a men’s league and a women’s league. You may have a maximum of 12 players and a minimum of 6 to enter a league. For both leagues no more than four collegiate players (of any level) on each team, which includes anyone who has played JV or varsity soccer this past fall or plans to play next fall. Also included are those who sat out due to an injury or served as an assistant coach last season. All roster players must be currently enrolled students at Goshen College or current faculty/staff. All teams are encouraged to wear color-coordinated shirts during games.
Register your team at the following link: