GC Soccer Mini Maples Camp
Merry Lea Sustainable Farm Open House
This drop-in event is a great chance to learn about the Merry Lea Sustainable Farm. Meet other are farmers, get to know Merry Lea, learn about innovate farming techniques from the Agroecology Summer Intensive students, eat delicious food provided by Merry Lea, and much more!
The art of food preservation at Merry Lea
Interested in learning more about food preservation techniques such as canning, fermentation, pickling, and freezing? Join us on Friday, July 14th from 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Farmstead Barn. Space is limited so sign up today!
Nature Play Day at Merry Lea
Merry Lea is participating in Indiana Children and Nature Network (ICAN) Nature Play Days 2017.
Merry Lea Conservation Leadership School
Merry Lea Environmental Learning Center of Goshen College is offering a week-long conservation “school” June 12-16, 2017 for upcoming high school juniors and seniors interested in the conservation of natural resources in northern Indiana.
Forging their Futures
Armed with a great idea, an entrepreneurial spirit and a liberal arts education, our young alumni are finding ways to make a living doing what they love. Some studied business or earned one of GC’s entrepreneurship grants right out of college. Others crowdsourced startup capital or started small and grew their business. But no matter how these creative professionals got started or what they studied, they all have a few things in common — strong critical thinking skills, a global perspective, a desire to serve and real-world experience based in a Goshen College education.
Michiana Chronicles: Remembering Evelyn Kreider ’36, 1914-2017 – WVPE
Evelyn Kreider was my grandmother. When she died earlier this month, she was 102 years old. She was a remarkable woman, a devoted listener to WVPE and possibly the most passionate critic, for good and ill, of my work on Michiana Chronicles. She will be missed.
Overwhelmed with Gratitude: A Final Interview with President James E. Brenneman
Interview by Jodi H. Beyeler ’00 and photos by Brian Yoder Schlabach ’07 On June 30, 2017, at the end of the 2016-17 academic year, Dr. James E. Brenneman ’77 will step down from his role as the 16th president of Goshen College, concluding 11 ½ years of distinguished service…
What Matters Most: Thank the makers and Maker!
I have come to more fully realize during my presidential tenure that one of the greatest gifts a liberal arts education can give anyone — be it metaphorical, mechanistic, scientific, literary, literal, historical or spiritual — is an ever-deepening lifelong sense of gratefulness.