On a class trip to study the Apostle Paul in Greece, an unexpected layover became a life-saving opportunity for GC students.
This summer, 15 Goshen College students have an opportunity to spend three months serving at a camp, congregation or service agency through the Camping, Ministry and Service Inquiry Programs. The students are placed in locations across the United States and abroad – from Elkhart to Palestine, students work within supportive communities to develop skills for leadership and explore both faith and vocation.
Paintings conservator Dean Yoder made his debut Tuesday as the co-star in an unusual new exhibition at the Cleveland Museum of Art.
For the next 14 weeks, he’ll be working in the museum’s highly visible Focus Gallery on the conservation of the museum’s 1607 painting by Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio, “The Crucifixion of Saint Andrew.”
Goshen College’s Master of Arts in Intercultural Leadership (MAIL) program will enter its second year when classes begin on June 23. Openings are currently available for this 18-month program geared for working adults.
Born in 1909, The Goshen College grad never expected to live so long and isn’t quite sure how she did it. It’s her birthday Wednesday.
Goshen College Community School of the Arts faculty members Brook Bennett, cello, and Luke Norell, piano, will present a recital in the Goshen College Music Center’s Rieth Recital Hall on Thursday, May 29 at 7:30 p.m.
Goshen College is among the fewer than 300 colleges named to the Colleges of Distinction list for 2014. The college is one of only eight Indiana colleges to be named to the list, and is among 55 Christian colleges listed.
Jill Kaufman teaches third grade at Concord Ox Bow Elementary. She is just one of just nine teachers statewide who were recognized by the Indiana University School of Education recently.
Abbie Miller came to Pittsburgh last August to work as a neighborhood liaison for the Union Project, a community center in Highland Park. Among the items she brought was a box of old catalog cards from a library in Goshen, Ind.
Gretchen Geyer, a senior social work major from Parnell, Iowa, came up with the idea a year ago in a social work class. Her efforts to make the Goshen College campus an “idle free” zone were realized last week.