Goshen College President Jim Brenneman announced today that the college has taken the major step to begin voluntarily purchasing all of its electricity from renewable energy sources, such as wind and solar power.
Kansas Bible Company, a group that got its start at Goshen College in 2008, has been getting a lot of attention lately.
Merry Lea Environmental Learning Center of Goshen College will kick off its annual NatureFest on Friday, May 10 with a Haymow Concert in the Farmstead Barn at 8:30 p.m.
Two Community School of the Arts children’s choirs will be joined by graduating CSA student performers as part of the annual spring Community School of the Arts Showcase Concert on Sunday, May 5 at 4 p.m. in the Goshen College Music Center’s Sauder Concert Hall.
Before I clicked the enter button of my public Facebook status, questions plagued my mind: Was I really ready to talk about sex in a public space?
Connections affect outlook. How people network varies during life’s decades. For Rachel Weaver Kreider, both ancestry and current experience prompt stories to retell.
Currently Indiana’s electricity is created primarily from coal. According to the National Mining Association, coal provides 95.2 percent of Indiana’s electricity. One of Sierra Club’s goals is to end our dependence on coal. Why?
“You have held newborns in Nicaragua, taught English in Cambodia, served the deaf community in Peru, held basketball camps down the street. You have learned to live lives of service and learning on every inhabitable continent on earth. By my estimation, in the four years you were here at Goshen College, all students, along with faculty, staff, and administrators, showed God’s love for others with more than 60,000 service hours per year that you were here. You, my dear students, have embodied a ‘love that surpasses knowledge.’”
“Our job – not just my job as a journalist, but the job of all of us – is to search for the best, the most true and useful knowledge and understanding that we can, not fake facts that sound really good. It takes passion to sort out rumor from truth; to be willing to consider evidence that contradicts our assumptions; to spend the time searching for answers to hard questions. It takes passion to really learn.”
Members of Goshen College’s Class of 2013 received undergraduate and graduate degrees on Sunday, April 28 after being encouraged to seek God’s love that surpasses knowledge, as well as true and authentic relationships.