As Justin Gillette fielded questions this week from a group of middle-schoolers during a Goshen College camp session for aspiring sports journalists, a theme developed in the queries, one that suggested maybe running isn’t really work.
Archives for 2014
An online digital library containing nearly 250 unpublished, informally published and popular works by theologian John Howard Yoder is now available for scholars and students around the world.
Don Yost ’72, Rod Kauffman ’83 and fellow boater Bob Zook played a major roll in the rescue of five troubled kayakers on northern Lake Michigan.
Goshen College nursing students, with the help of a GC nursing alum, experienced the realities of nursing abroad and found new “sisters” during a May term class in Nepal.
Gilberto Pérez, Jr., associate professor of social work at Goshen College, has been appointed as senior director of intercultural development and educational partnerships at Goshen College’s Center for Intercultural and International Education (CIIE).
President Barack Obama announced his intent to nominate 1966 Goshen College graduate Dr. Roger N. Beachy to the National Science Board for the National Science Foundation (NSF).
Mosquitos are more than just pesky; they can make you sick. Though there’s been concern lately about Chikungunya Virus, experts say mosquito borne illnesses, like West Nile, may not be as dangerous as scientists once thought.
Joel Jimenez ’01 is getting ready to hit the road for a six-day stretch in July to work as a sound technician on singer-songwriter Jewel’s California tour.
The first annual Arts on the Millrace highlighted Goshen’s growing number of entrepreneurial artisans. Take a closer look at some of them in this feature video from Goshen College student Abby Deaton.
Overlooked and underestimated much of his basketball career, Errick McCollum has made it downright impossible to ignore him any longer.