Nayo Ulloa visits the Elkhart County Juvenile Detention Center in Goshen twice a week to connect with teens through art and creativity.
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Modeled after the popular photo blog Humans of New York, Humans of Goshen is a peace-building photography project that acts as a platform for community storytelling. Sara Klassen, a 2014 Goshen College graduate, pioneered the project to highlight diversity in Goshen’s population.
A joint release of Goshen College and Mennonite Education Agency The Goshen College Board of Directors and Mennonite Education Agency (MEA) Board of Directors are pleased to announce the reappointment of Dr. James E. Brenneman as president of Goshen College for a third four-year term. Brenneman’s reappointment, which begins July 1 and continues through June … Keep reading »
President Barack Obama announced several proposals for student loan reform Monday afternoon.
At approximately 6:40 p.m. in the Goshen College Roman Gingerich Recreation-Fitness Center’s Gunden Gymnasium, part of a suspended batting cage fell onto the floor and bleachers below, where a summer high school volleyball league match was about to start. Four parents of Northridge High School players, as well as a Goshen College student who was assisting … Keep reading »
Luke Gascho, a founder of Hoosier Interfaith Power and Light, said it was critical for religious leaders to weigh in on the issue.“More people are recognizing this is a responsibility for us in the faith community to pay attention to,” said Gascho, who is director of the Merry Lea Environmental Learning Center at Goshen College.
Goshen College professor Gilberto Perez was involved in a series of Community Policing presentations held for the Latino community in Goshen recently.
Sunday Mahaja, a Goshen College student, said he sculpts in his spare time. He sold his sculptures that he makes from found objects at the festival.
Reception: Sunday, September 21, 2-4 pm, Hershberger Art Gallery Exhibit description: Pages from the Manual on Dismantling God: Ink and gouache on twenty-one, 16” x 20” sheets of handmade Himalayan Daphne paper. Both in creating and in viewing them, these pages investigate the possibilities of breaking down the dichotomy between oneself and the “other” by … Keep reading »
On a class trip to study the Apostle Paul in Greece, an unexpected layover became a life-saving opportunity for GC students.