An orienteering program at Merry Lea Environmental Learning Center of Goshen College offers participants a new way to experience the natural world: with map and compass in hand. The program will take place on Thursday, July 24.
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In the aftermath of World War II, Christians on all sides of the conflict were forced to ponder the sobering consequences of modern warfare. The sheer devastation of the war — symbolized by the firebombing of Dresden and the use of atomic weapons in Hiroshima and Nagasaki — raised new questions about the logic of “just war” arguments.
The Goshen College board of directors has appointed Conrad Clemens of Tucson, Arizona, as its new chairperson.
Although many artists travel to exotic locations for inspiration, not many meet the Dalai Lama on their journey, let alone live as his guest for six months. Philip Sugden, an assistant professor of art at Bluffton University, is among these few.
Fourteen Goshen College students are participating in the Maple Scholars Summer Research Program. Started in 1998, Maple Scholars is an eight-week program of research, experimentation, analysis and archiving data.
Despite their name, the group known as the Kansas Bible Company is actually based in Nashville.
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.
An online digital library containing nearly 250 unpublished, informally published and popular works by theologian John Howard Yoder is now available for scholars and students around the world.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.