GC president says racial justice has lagged since Civil Rights era
It was a day for sharing perspectives, reflection and a renewed commitment to the ongoing work of equity and justice at Goshen College Monday morning as students, faculty, staff and community members were called to participate virtually in the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Study Day.
Goshen College celebrates Martin Luther King Day with virtual program
For many of the students who were off from class today because of the holiday, it was a time to reflect on all of the things that Dr. Martin Luther King had accomplished during his life and what those meant to them and other students around them.
TaNiece Chapman wins Crossroads League Player of the Week award
Goshen College junior TaNiece Chapman, a forward on the Maple Leaf women's basketball team, was named the Crossroads League player of the week in women's basketball for the week of January 11-17.
Wahl, Rabadzhiev take home WHAC Player of the Week recognition
The Goshen College men's volleyball team took home two of the three weekly awards for the first full week of the 2021 season in the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference as senior Michael Wahl was named Setter of the Week and senior Alexander Rabadzhiev was tabbed Hitter of the Week on Monday.
Virtual King Celebration calls for equity and justice on campus
The Goshen College community gathered virtually for the annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration, with administrators sharing their perspectives and commitments to the work of equity and justice at Goshen College, and calling students and employees to action.
President’s speech: Where do we go from here?
King Celebration Convocation message, delivered by Dr. Rebecca Stoltzfus, President of Goshen College, on Monday, Jan. 18, 2021, in the Goshen College Church-Chapel (as prepared for delivery). It is a privilege to speak today to honor the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and to draw connections from…
Russel Liechty, 90, professor and dean emeritus, passes away
Russel (Russ) A. Liechty, dean of students emeritus and professor emeritus of education, who worked and taught at Goshen College for 38 years, died in Goshen on January 13 at the age 90.
Virtual Peace Oratorical Contest
The annual C. Henry Smith Peace Oratorical Contest gives Goshen College students an opportunity to explore peace from a faith perspective, get involved in the cause of peace, to test ideas, and to cultivate rhetorical skills.
Winter Choral Concert
View GC's Winter Choral Concert on Saturday, Feb. 13 at 7:30 p.m. EST.