Diana Navarro, a sophomore history major from Goshen, Ind., loves watching “Doctor Who,” or any sort of time travel story, and enjoys cheering for Mexico’s soccer team with her family.
Sadie Gustafson-Zook, a first-year music and communication double major from Goshen, is an award-winning singer-songwriter who loves shows like Arrested Development and New Girl.
Solongo Gonchigsuren is a sophomore elementary education and TESOL major from Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia; she loves “Modern Family” and watching basketball, especially the Miami Heat.
Kara Hostetter, a sophomore biology major from Harrisonburg, Va., is a fan of The Mentalist, Friends and NCIS and enjoys reading the works of John Grisham and Jodi Picoult.
Martin Flowers, from Nappanee, Ind., is a sophomore music/theater double major who listens mostly to indie and alternative-based rock and roots for the Indianapolis Colts and Chicago Cubs.
Armando Nunez, a sophomore ASL major from East Chicago, Ind., is a fan of the TV show “Impractical Jokers” and loves listening to Twenty One Pilots.
Anika Baumgartner, a junior biology major from Goshen, loves to watch “So You Think You Can Dance,” listens to One Republic and Parachute, and is a Roger Federer fan.
GC’s Study-Service Term (SST) was the selling point for Michelle, and her experiences studying and living in Peru only affirmed her decision to study physics and math here.
Hillary came to Goshen because of the music program and facilities. But she found that being a GC student means much more than your major.
Thomas always had Goshen on his radar during his college search, but he wasn’t sure where he stood on faith and he didn’t have a major in mind. In the end, he picked GC; and the rest fell into place.