Goshen College art professor John Mishler’s artwork now stands in front of the Midwest Museum of Art in Elkhart.
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Goshen College celebrated homecoming Saturday by welcoming back alumni and hosting several events and activities.Class reunions, meals and book signings were just three of the events Saturday on the campus.
hree years after a mysterious attacker killed Goshen College professor Jim Miller at his home and injured his wife, there is still hope the crime will be solved.
Reception: Saturday, October 5, 5-7:00 pm, Hershberger Gallery. This is an exhibition featuring a selection of works by artists who have lived or worked in the Michiana region surrounding Goshen and are participants in the Michiana Pottery Tour. The Michiana Pottery Tour is an annual event planned and coordinated by regional professional potters to invite … Keep reading »
The Maple City was recently ranked 9th best city in Indiana to live.
Merit Learning Center Principal Kristen Watt was raised in Goshen, she cares about its community and she’s passionate about the success of its students. The Merit Strategy embodied in her school helps students gain the confidence they need to not only succeed academically, but to contribute to the greater good of the community that has embraced them.
North Central Health Services has selected Goshen College graduate Stephanie Long as the next president and chief executive officer of NCHS and the River Bend Hospital.
October 2014 events at Goshen College include Homecoming Weekend, Peace Plays and the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra.
During Goshen College’s Homecoming Weekend on Oct. 3-5, the college will honor five exceptional alumni with awards for their commitment to the college’s core values.
Jon Zirkle wants kids to know there’s more to farm work than driving tractors and digging in the dirt.