Marvin Bartel finds inspiration in functional art
Bartel is a potter — but most of all, a maker. A creator. He is also a lifelong educator, retired from Goshen College in 2002.
Author and speaker Eboo Patel to visit Goshen College Oct. 26
Eboo Patel, an author and former a member of President Obama's inaugural Advisory Council on Faith-Based Neighborhood Partnerships, will present a Yoder Public Affairs lecture on Thursday, Oct. 26, at 7:30 p.m. in the Goshen College Church-Chapel. This event is free and open to the public.
Sophomore Londyn Feasel wins big on the Price is Right
Goshen College sophomore Londyn Feasel, a sophomore elementary education/special education major from Plainfield, Indiana, appeared on "The Price is Right" Friday, Sept. 22.
Goshen College application fees waived as part of College GO! Week
During Indiana College GO! Week, Sept. 25-29, Goshen College will waive application fees for all Indiana seniors during College GO! Week is sponsored by Learn More Indiana.
Come on Down: Goshen College student makes it on to The Price is Right
Come on down! Goshen College student to appear on ‘The Price is Right’ – South Bend Tribune
"Londyn Feasel, come on down!" A Goshen College student was selected as a contestant on the long-running game show "The Price is Right" last month, and her appearance is scheduled to air Friday on CBS.
Lisa Koop ’99: Border Patrol Arrests Parents While Infant Awaits Serious Operation – NPR’s All Things Considered
"I can't pretend to understand any reasoning that would have led anyone up the chain of command to think that Irma and Oscar were flight risks or dangers to the community or in any other way people who needed to be followed into a hospital in order to be placed in deportation proceedings," says Lisa Koop, a lawyer with the National Immigrant Justice Center. She will be asking an immigration judge in December to let the Sanchezes remain with their children in the U.S.
Goshen College students take part in Community Engagement Day (VIDEO) – WSBT-22
Hundreds of Goshen College students fanned out around Elkhart County. They volunteered to do a variety of jobs like cleaning, yard work, painting and repairs. It's part of the college's 19th Annual Community Engagement Day.
Get to know University of Alaska Interim Chancellor Sam Gingerich ’72
UAA's interim chancellor Sam Gingerich has made a career as a university administrator for more than 30 years.