Millicent Morros will posthumously receive her bachelor’s degree in organizational leadership in April, Goshen College President Jim Brenneman announced Monday, March 11, at a memorial service for Morros. “(The announcement) brought many tears for us as her classmates,” said Kent Miller, a student in Morros’ class. “We were hoping.”
The bottom line is our entire community benefits from Samuel’s hard work and vision, as well as the talented GC students who have boosted our city’s profile to the masses. This is not an overstatement. It is the truth. Congratulations, Globe staff and thanks for opening up our world.
Millicent Morros was nearly done with a degree in organizational leadership at Goshen College. She likely would have attended her last class Tuesday night with others in the adult education Program, but she was shot to death Monday morning in Goshen by a man who then killed himself. The class spent time honoring her memory Tuesday and wrote this together.
Goshen College’s student-run radio station has been getting a lot of attention during the past few years, winning award after award both statewide and nationally. Now that they’re all back home, the Goshen City Council is ready to honor the radio station and its accomplishments with a resolution.
The Goshen College student-run radio station, 91.1 The Globe, won a national radio award at a conference in New York City Saturday.
Goshen College’s student-run radio station has snagged the title of the best college radio station in the country for the second time in three years.