each other, one another. Two people look at each other; more than two look at one another. Either phrase may be used when the number is indefinite.

Eash, Orus (1919-2010). Eash was a Goshen College alumnus and the architect of nine college buildings. A plaque in his honor is mounted in the Union, near the Welcome Center; a tree in his honor is on the lawn north of the residence halls, near the labyrinth.


editor-in-chief. Use hyphens and capitalize when used as a formal title before a name: Editor-in-Cheif Maddie Birky.

effect. Effect is typically a noun. Do not get this confused with affect, which primarily acts as a verb. An easy way to remember this grammar rule: when one affects something, one has an effect on it.

Eigsti Track and Field Complex. This complex is the home field for the college's track and field team. The annual Goshen Invitational is held here, and the 2004 and 2008 Mid-Central College Conference Championships took place at the complex as well. The complextrack_press.jpg is located to the east of the Recreation-Fitness Center, at the southern end of 12th Street. The complex was completed in 2003; in 2008 an outdoor press box was added (pictured left). The complex is named after Orie "O.J." Eigsti, the inventor of the seedless watermelon.

-elect. Always hypenate and lowercase: President-elect Donald Trump; Vice President-elect Mike Pence; Mitch Daniels, the governor-elect.

Electric Brew, The. A popular place for college students and community members to relax, drink coffee and talk. Commonly referred to as "The Brew," this corner cafe is located at 118 E. Washington St. and is accessible by bike from the campus via the Mill Race.

elegant variation. That's what Fowler called the practice of reaching for an alternative phrase at any cost. The elegant variation turns a banana into an elongated yellow fruit, an elephant into a pachyderm, a building into an edifice, a tunnel into an underwater structure.

Elkhart Institute. While the Goshen College campus dates from 1903, but the school itself began in Elkhart in 1894 as the Elkhart Institute of Science, Industry and the Arts.


emeritus. Prefer construction that links professor and emeritus like professor emeritus of history or emeritus professor of history rather than professor of history emeritus.

English Writing. A major at Goshen College that the English department officially announced in 2009, but still remains unlisted on the Goshen website. No hyphen.

Entrepreneurship Learning Center. The Goshen College Entrepreneurship Learning Center (ELC) provides services for students and local business owners through counseling, workshops and grants. The ELC awards up to $5,000 to students with its entrepreneurship grants. Students may also receive up to $1,250 for an internship in an entrepreneurship business or non-profit organization. The ELC also runs the Small Business Institute and Indiana Careers Consortium.

Eric Yake Kenagy Visiting Artist Program. This program honors the late Eric Yake Kenagy, who was a gifted ceramics students at Goshen College from 1984 until his death in 1986.

espresso. A concentrated coffee beverage made by forcing very hot water under high pressure through finely ground coffee. All the favors and chemicals in a typical cup of coffee are concentrated in espresso so it is generally the base for drinks such as lattes, cappuccinos and mochas.



Everence. Everence, formerly Mennonite Mutual Aid (MMA), is the primary financial institution serving the Mennonite Church. Originally started in 1945 for Mennonites only, it has grown and is now open to all people who are aligned with Anabaptist teachings. According to their website, everence.com, Everence offers "banking, insurance and financial services with community benefits and stewardship education." The agency was renamed in 2010.

Everyday Stewardship. The quarterly magazine published by Everence.

Executive Board of Mennonite Church USA.On second reference, Executive Board, the board.