Goshen College has received a grant from the Council of Independent Colleges (CIC), made possible with funds from Lilly Endowment, Inc., to provide students an opportunity to explore the role their faith might play in their future jobs.
Doug Risser ’72 recently traveled to Costa Rica for the Give-A-Book program where local community organizations funded the donation of 200 books each to 25 libraries.
Errick McCollum ’10 chronicles his journey at The Basketball Tournament, which the team he put together won for the second year in a row, along with it’s $2 million prize.
The Goshen College Community School of the Arts is pleased to announce a new Orff-Schulwerk Ensemble for students in grades 2-5, a student-centered approach to learning music that includes movement, speech, singing and instrument playing.
Three Community School of the Arts (CSA) youth choirs will hold open auditions for new members on August 14 & 21 in the Goshen College Music Center. Choral ensembles are open by audition for students in grades 3-12.
Production designer Elizabeth H. Gray ’04 received a 2016 Emmy nomination, and joined Variety‘s David Cohen to reveal how she makes her show look so stunning with fewer resources than most prestige cable dramas.
Errick McCollum II, the leading scorer in Goshen College men’s basketball program history, and his Overseas Elite team claimed the championship of The Basketball Tournament with a 77-72 win over Team Colorado on Tuesday night at Fordham University in New York.
An exhibit featuring Doug Unger’s paintings of Amish farmscapes in Holmes County, Ohio, will open in Goshen College’s Library Gallery on September 11.
Errick McCollum is one of the most decorated professional basketball players overseas. Errick took the time to talk extensively with VAVEL USA about his overseas career, the chances he comes to the NBA, and his relationship with his brother.