Goshen College graduate Karen Zorn visited her alma mater Monday, Jan. 12, to deliver a keynote speech discussing the merits of a new music program called El Sistema. The program is spreading into Elkhart classrooms and across the U.S.
Just one example of ways teachers are supporting students’ learning in Goshen. Teachers like Andrew Kauffman ’04 at Chandler Elementary focus on hands-on and engaging activities to bring kids into learning.
A new program started by Roel Cervantes ’10 and James Gingerich ’80 at Maple City Health Care Center allows patients to knit or volunteer at non-profit organizations to earn credit for their medical bills. It’s the kind of innovation we need in health care.
Galen Miller, owner of Miller Poultry, cites three reasons for giving away nearly $400,000.
How T-shirts, a Volkswagen van, and a mint tea blend changed the lives of three graduates: Niles Graber Alvarez ’14, Corrine Graber Alavarez ’13 and Hans Weaver ’13
Don Berkey ’76 and his wife are now missionaries in India.
A lot has changed in medicine in the last 51 years that Dr. William Pletcher has been a physician in Elkhart County.
The city of Goshen is home to healthcare centers that not only practice top-notch medical care, but truly care for the community and all of its residents. IU Health Goshen has partnered with Maple City Health Care Center to provide affordable, integrated primary care to even more of the community.
When Sarah Metzler ‘98 worked in a school district in Boulder, Colo., she began to visualize the way she thought school should look. Now she’s putting that vision to use in Goshen.
Edgar Saucedo-Davila arrived in the United States 24 years ago to find a better life but graduated high school to a nation nearing economic collapse.