North Central Health Services has selected Goshen College graduate Stephanie Long as the next president and chief executive officer of NCHS and the River Bend Hospital.
During Goshen College’s Homecoming Weekend on Oct. 3-5, the college will honor five exceptional alumni with awards for their commitment to the college’s core values.
Tayonna Taylor, an incoming second-grader, sat with her mother, Tasia Carlton, in late July in Emily Roggie’s classroom in Wissahickon Charter School in northwest Philadelphia.
Catherine Bender is a flutist and music instructor in Seattle. Not only is she an extremely talented musician, she is wonderfully kind and genuine.
Goshen College alumni and friends are warmly invited back to campus for Homecoming Weekend, Oct. 3-5. In addition to reuniting with classmates, highlights of the weekend include alumni awards, a music gala, a hymn sing, an art exhibit, kids’ activities, an alumni bike ride, alumni author book signings, campus tours, a Frisbee tournament, soccer game and the world premiere for two peace plays.
Too often, men, responding to lessons drilled into them over their lives, use violence in a misguided attempt to demonstrate their strength.
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If you don’t get the paper delivered, you may go online for your news. But when was the last time you noticed a newspaper stand? A Goshen company is hoping you won’t pass them up any longer.
Emma Richards, the first Mennonite woman to be ordained as a pastor of a Mennonite congregation, died Sept. 6 at age 87 in Goshen, Ind.
The kind of people that make up the Goshen community is a big reason the Nafzigers have dedicated themselves to serving the city and region in so many ways.