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.
Archives for 2014
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.
In the early 1940s, many people in the Mennonite Church believed that sports would allow worldly ideals like pride and aggression to leak into campus culture. Roman and Shirley Gingerich thought otherwise. Roman and Shirley met as students at Goshen College. Though they both grew up in Kalona, Iowa, the two hadn’t known each other … Keep reading »
It takes a lot of energy to keep up with Ruth Gunden ’52, even at age 83. That energy drove Gunden’s 40-year Goshen College career, which left a legacy filled with milestones.
As part of Goshen College education courses, college students are paired with Chandler Elementary students to create short lessons and activities designed to help students learn mathematics and literacy.
Tayonna Taylor, an incoming second-grader, sat with her mother, Tasia Carlton, in late July in Emily Roggie’s classroom in Wissahickon Charter School in northwest Philadelphia.
Ignition Music Garage is a staple of Goshen’s downtown scene. A music store, radio broadcast center and concert venue in a transformed former mechanic’s garage, Ignition offers a way for people “to listen to music the way artists intended it to be heard.”
Goshen College was recently named the eighth most affordable private college in the Midwest (on a list by Great Value Colleges) and third best Christian college in the U.S. (on a list by Christian Universities Online). Besides being good neighbors, 3,948 Goshen College graduates are now helping to shape the Elkhart County community as leaders and entrepreneurs for the common good.