In the Jan. 15 Record, the features article “Patricia Oakley returns to teach” was written by Maggie Weaver, not Elizabeth Derstine. Also, the perspectives article “ET tu, GC?: The differentiation between the arts on campus” was written by Martin Flowers, not Helena Neufeld.

Red Cross Blood Drive: Tomorrow!

Goshen College is hosting another Red Cross Blood Drive. Come stop by the fellowship hall in the Church-Chapel starting at 9:00 a.m. Students who want to donate can either sign up for an appointment ahead of time, or stop by the fellowship hall during the day. To make an appointment for Friday, or for more information about the blood drive, contact Bryan Palmer at

Volunteer with Habitat for Humanity

This Saturday, January 24th, there will be an opportunity for Goshen College students to volunteer with Habitat for Humanity. This organization provides homes for people in need. They have an office and ReStore building in Elkhart, but it is getting too small for the amount of donations that are coming in. A new building was bought and needs renovations, and painting and other smaller building projects are going on in the new space.

The event will run from 8:30-3. Lunch can be provided from AVI or participants can go out to lunch in the area. Transportation will also be provided. It is a great way to be involved in our community and it is also a really fun event if you participate with friends. If you are interested please contact Brianne Brenneman at

Kick Off is This Weekend!

Saturday, January 24th is the day of the 2015 Spring Kick Off performance! Dress rehearsal for all involved in the show will take place at 5:00 p.m. in Sauder Concert Hall. Like last year, there will be an admission fee of $5, and all of the proceeds will be going to Habitat for Humanity. The show will begin at 10:00 p.m. and an afterparty following the performance will be at 11:30 in the Leaf Raker.

Register for the Upcoming Intercollegiate Peace Fellowship Conference!

From February 13-15, Hesston College is hosting this year's Intercollegiate Peace Fellowship Conference. The title is "Overcoming Evil: Ordinary People Making a Difference."

The keynote speaker is 2008 Nobel Peace Prize nominee Father John Dear. It also will feature Tony Brown and Ted & Company. You do not need to be a PJCS major or minor to go.

We would leave early the morning of the 13th and return Sunday night. You can register online for $35. If you have registered by the evening of Monday, January 26, PJCS will cover transportation cost and an allowance for meals en route. Email for more details.