Read all about Philipp Gollner’s top 10 song choices and listen to his full playlist online!
Professor emeritus of nursing Norma Jean Weldy, 87, died Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2017. She had worked at the college for 33 years until her retirement in 1995.
Earlier this summer, my 20-year-old son had a burned out headlight on his car. Frankly, I wanted to get that light changed as soon as possible, because a burned out light can be a death sentence for a Black man.
Violence is a continuum. And it can start long before someone buys a gun.
Ten retiring employees are saying farewell to Goshen College this year as they begin the next chapters in their lives. Together, they have served an average of 17.3 years at Goshen College. >> Enjoy reflections from some of the retirees about highlights of their time at GC. Employees who retired or will retire during the 2015-16 … Keep reading »
Regina Shands Stoltzfus, assistant professor of peace, justice and conflict studies at Goshen College, has been awarded the 2016 Spirit of Justice Award by the State of Indiana Civil Rights Commission, the state’s highest civil rights honor.
Goshen College faculty and staff gathered on Monday, Nov. 14, to celebrate the holiday season and to recognize 25 employees for milestones during their service to the college.
The Goshen College athletic department is proud to honor two pioneers who dedicated their lives to student-athletes, combining to coach Maple Leaf athletic teams for 120 seasons, with the renaming and dedication of the Dr. John Ingold Athletic Complex and the Dr. J. Harold “Sarge” Yoder Baseball Field.
As a copy editor at The New York Times, Duane Stoltzfus seemingly had it all for a young man.
Keith Graber Miller, professor of Bible and religion, and his family have combined a love of art and traveling into a world-class gallery right in downtown Goshen. Along with adding to the spirit of Goshen, the Graber Millers also pay the artists behind their collection a fair wage.