Dan Goswick ‘15

Dan Goswick ‘15

Major: Marketing
Hometown:Amherst, Ohio

The students definitely set Mount Union apart from other colleges and universities. It was something I noticed the first time I was on campus, how inherently nice everyone was by doing the littlest things

Campus News

Larry Welo Art Reception to be Held December 10

December 09, 2009

The exhibit, “Midwestern Landscape,” which will be on display from November 3 through December 10 in the Crandall Art Gallery, will feature etchings by Larry Welo.

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Nature Center to Hold a Walk with a Naturalist on December 20

December 17, 2009

The John T. Huston-Dr. John D. Brumbaugh Nature Center will be holding a Walk with a Naturalist on Sunday, December 20 at 2 p.m.

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Grimes Theatre Group to Perform “The Meeting” on January 14 at Mount Union

December 22, 2009

The Grimes Theatre Group will perform “The Meeting” on Thursday, January 14 at 7 p.m. in the Mount Union College Theatre. The play is based on a fictional meeting between Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr.

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Mount Union Senior Accepted into Teach for America Program

December 14, 2009

Chris Mark, senior political science major from McDonald, OH, has recently been accepted into the Teach for America program. Teach for America recruits recent college graduates from all backgrounds and career interests to commit to teach for two years in urban and rural public schools in an attempt to eliminate educational inequity.

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Repertory Strings and Master Chorale Concert to be Held December 10

December 02, 2009

The Mount Union College Repertory Strings and Master Chorale will present a concert on Thursday, December 10 at 8 p.m. in Presser Recital Hall.

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2009 Stagg Bowl Photo Gallery

December 18, 2009

Click here to see the photo gallery of the 2009 Stagg Bowl.

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More than 4,000 Pairs of Shoes Collected for Soles4Souls Community-Wide Shoe Drive

December 10, 2009

Mount Union’s chapter of Fellowship for Christian Athletes (FCA) collected 4,400 pairs of shoes and $2,000 for the international relief effort, Soles4Souls.

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Schooler Lecture Featuring Greg Mortenson to be Held March 23

December 07, 2009

Humanitarian, international peacemaker, former mountaineer, co-founder of two non-profit organizations and co-author of Three Cups of Tea, Greg Mortenson will present the Schooler Lecture at Mount Union College on Tuesday, March 23, 2010 at 8 p.m. in the Timken Gymnasium of the McPherson Academic and Athletic Complex.

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Dr. Schneller Conducts Educational Workshops in India

December 23, 2009

Dr. Peter Schneller, associate professor of education and co-chair of the Department of Education, spent three weeks this summer conducting educational workshops at Christ University in Bangalore, India.

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Dr. Lyons Spends Sabbatical Leave in India

December 30, 2009

Dr. Ivory Lyons, professor of religion spent his sabbatical leave at Christ University in Bangalore, India researching the religions of India. While he was there, he immersed himself in Indian culture and learned a lot during his seven-week stay. “When many people think of India, their view is very stereotypical,” said Lyons. “Yes, there are poor and depressed areas in India, but when I arrived in Bangalore it wasn’t the first impression that I had.”Lyons explained that although most people speak three languages in India, it is common for people to speak more than five.“There was some language barrier, but not much,” he said. Hindi and English are the two most frequently spoken languages in India. “It was more about peoples’ accents. I really had to focus on what they were saying.” Lyons noted that younger people in India had an easier time understanding him when he was talking because they listen to American music.“In the United States, we think of being a vegetarian as a choice,” he said. “In India, it’s a big deal to eat meat.” He also explained that the portions in India are much smaller than in the United States.While Lyons was in India, navigating his way around the different cities was difficult. “They drive on the left side of the road,” he said. “It was difficult sometimes because anything is allowed on the road – motorized vehicles, people powered bikes, motorcycles, camels, people walking – anything.”In addition to researching the religions of India, Lyons taught six lectures on American culture at Christ University. He primarily focused his lectures on social dominance theory and explained what it is like to teach in the United States and what the students are like here.He also visited the Taj Mahal and made a visit to a small village that is primarily run by women. “These women were collaborating on action projects like education, sewage and water,” said Lyons. “When I was meeting with them, it occurred to me that this is what makes countries grow. They were coming together to work on mutual projects.”Lyons plans to teach courses in Hinduism and Buddhism in contemporary society at Christ University during the summer of 2010.“I didn’t study abroad as an undergraduate and I regret it,” he said. “So, I’m trying to make up for lost time. I encourage students and faculty to study abroad and expose themselves to different cultures.”

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