News Briefs

International Coffeehouse tickets still available:

Tickets are still available for the upcoming International Coffeehouse! Taking place on Saturday, March 13, the Coffeehouse is a fun-filled evening of world food and entertainment.

Tickets can be purchased at the Campus Welcome Center either by phone (535-7566), within the office or online: www.goshen.edu/tickets.

This event is not only entertaining & delicious, but also raises money to help an autism center in India. GC’s international students & friends invite you to share a fun evening with them. Get your ticket so you won’t be left out!

Save Jeju Now:

This Friday, March 6 at 10 a.m. in the CIIE lounge, Silver and Paco will be speaking about their activism in South Korea on an island called Jeju, known for its environmental beauty and for being an “island of peace.” Right now, the islanders and many others are protesting against the Korean government’s naval base construction on the island.

You might call yourself a “global citizen,” but are you living it out? This is the perfect opportunity to learn about other international issues beyond the United States.

Come on by the Union building at 10 a.m. to hear their stories, and after the presentation you can join them for lunch at 12:00 p.m. to get to know them and hear more about their lives.

Korean snacks and cookies will also be available at the event.

GC Players performing Mis-Cast Cabaret Showcase:

On Friday, March 6, GC Players will be hosting a Mis-Cast Cabaret/Showcase at 8 p.m. Taking place in the Umble Theater, this unique performance will feature actors playing across genders. GC students will perform dramatic pieces (songs, skits, poetry) during this event. Audience members are encouraged to dress as the gender of their choice.  It promises to be a fantastic time!! Doors open at 7:30 p.m. This event is free and open to the public.
CAC Throwback Prom:

It’s true: 90’s Prom is happening.

Join CAC in the RFC gym for a throwback high school prom. Festivities include dancing (the more awkward, the better), a chocolate fountain (and other food), a balloon arch photo booth, 90’s music and a prize for best “couple” or group!

This Saturday, March 7 @ 9 p.m. Be there or be square.

RA/ML/CAC application deadline this Friday:

Residence Life is still taking applications for four very important paid student leadership positions for 2015-2016:

Resident Assistant (RA) – Provide leadership for Kratz & Yoder Residence Halls
Resident Leader (RL) – Provide Leadership to Junior/Senior Kulp Residence Hall floors.
Ministry Leader (ML) – Nurture the spiritual lives of students
Campus Activities Council (CAC) – Plan & organize student activities

These are paid positions and wonderful opportunities to gain valuable leadership skills and enhance your resume post-college. Talk to your Residence Life Director or RA about the possibilities and let us know if you are interested.

The deadline to apply is Friday, March 6.

Senior Art Exhibit this Sunday:

Come celebrate art, snacks and senior art majors on Sunday, March 8! The reception for the first senior art exhibit will take place at 2 p.m.

The exhibit features graphic design work by Aaron Bontrager, acrylic paintings by Alma Miller, mixed media watercolors and photographs by Alia Munley, prints by Ida Short, graphic design by Benji Thapa and mixed media collages by Kate Yoder.

These artists have been working hard this semester, and they’d love to share their art with you on Sunday! The exhibit will be on display in the Music Center’s Hershberger Gallery from March 8-24.

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