Celebrating success, striving for improvement: Goshen Commons looks toward its first anniversary
As Goshen Commons, a community news website for the city of Goshen, approaches its first anniversary in September, those involved with the site are both pleased with its success and looking toward a future with an even larger following and better representation of Goshen’s diversity.
Community School of the Arts Announces Three New Instructors and a New High School Honors Choir
The Goshen College Community School of the Arts is pleased to announce the appointment of three new staff members in music instruction, as well as a new choral ensemble for high school singers in grades 9-12.
Striving for Racial Harmony at Evangelical Colleges – Huffington Post
Goshen College gets ‘A-‘ for financial health – Greater Fort Wayne Business Weekly
Goshen College ranked on Obama’s website – The Goshen News
Goshen police reach out to Latinos -Goshen News, featuring Gilberto Perez, Jr.
Learn survival skills: Merry Lea to offer wilderness first aid course
Merry Lea will host its annual Wilderness First Aid Workshop on Thursday and Friday, August 29 and 30, from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Instructor Jacob Guiser, from the SOLO School of Emergency Medicine and Rescue in Conway, N.H., will teach the 16-hour course.
Trackside Community Garden fosters rich connections between people and the earth
Trackside Community Garden, named for the proximity of the railroad tracks that run alongside it, was established in Goshen this summer with funds from the 2013 graduating class gift. The garden is located on Ninth Street between College and Waverly avenues.
New Master of Arts in Intercultural Leadership program launched at Goshen College
The first group of students in Goshen College’s Master of Arts in Intercultural Leadership program began their coursework on June 2 with an intensive six days of classes. The program supports the development of the next generation of diversity leaders in the business, government, nonprofit and education sectors.