Rustin Nyce, a former Goshen College runner and assistant coach, has been named head coach of the Maple Leaf men’s and women’s cross country and track and field programs.
Around 50 kits were packed during halftime of the women’s basketball game Saturday.
Country Western singer/songwriter Rosanne Cash brought a range of acts with quality and class to Goshen College’s Performing Arts Series on Friday, Jan. 29, 2016.
Part of Gilberto’s mission at CIIE is to create a more diverse and inclusive culture within Goshen College’s campus life.
Those who participated in Inside-Out classes at the Elkhart County jail said they’ll never see justice the same way again.
Goshen College students and staff took part in the fifth “Hope for the Future” conference, a safe space for open conversation among leaders and emerging leaders of color in Mennonite Church USA.
Jo-Ann Brant, professor of Bible, religion and philosophy, answers seven questions for The Mennonite’s weekly series.
While there’s much to celebrate when remembering the life and works of Martin Luther King Jr., it’s important also to recognize the racism that exists today, Drew G.I. Hart told the packed sanctuary Monday as he spoke during Goshen College’s annual MLK Day celebration.
The Goshen College men’s soccer program officially announced the signing of four members of its 2016 recruiting class on Tuesday, including a pair of local prep products, who head coach Arron Patrick calls “the most important signings for us.”
Regina Shands Stoltzfus, assistant professor of peace, justice and conflict studies at Goshen College, teaches the Transforming Conflict and Violence class in January 2016. She has been awarded the 2016 Spirit of Justice Award by the State of Indiana Civil Rights Commission, their highest honor.