College got a bit easier and more enjoyable this past academic year for some students at Goshen College, thanks to an innovative peer mentoring program by the Center for Intercultural and International Education (CIIE).
What are ways you are unlearning (passive-)aggression and being re-formed by practices of nonviolence?
For far too long the church has functioned with a “bucket of parts” membership mentality.
Over the past thirty-five years I have served in a pastoral role in four different Mennonite congregations, and in each congregation there has been debate about the validity of same-gender marriage.
There was never any doubt that Andy Yoder ’07 would complete his goal of becoming a doctor, but the path that led him there was difficult.
It may come as a shock to people that Goshen College has had an electric vehicle (EV) charging station for almost a year. On the north side of the Chairman Building at the college sits the first public level-two charging station in Goshen. The EV charging station came from a $5,000 grant that GC received … Keep reading »
When we notice the deep sting of oppression in another, we can acknowledge the ways in which we are all broken.
The CDS Documentary Essay Prize in writing was awarded to Abbie Gascho Landis ’99, a writer and veterinarian in Cobleskill, New York, for “Immersion: Our Native Mussels and Bodies of Freshwater.”
Melissa Zehr ’13 and her husband, Johnny Kimani, have an unlikely love story.
When we keep hearing about the plans of our peers, we may become worried about our own plans. Maybe we aren’t doing the right thing, or we worry that we’ll get stuck doing something we don’t love, or we compare ourselves to others.