Mennonite institutions respond to turbulence in higher education
This letter was written by the presidents of the Mennonite Church USA colleges and universities, addressing costs, access and career readiness.
Robotics show highlights student inventions
Nineteen students in professor John Ross Buschert’s electronics class presented their year-end projects during Goshen College’s 2017 Electronics and Robotics Show.
10 Reasons Goshen is Indiana’s “Community of the Year”
Interview with Josh Gleason: Boosting Recruitment with Junior Varsity Athletics – NAIA
We spoke with Goshen Athletics Director Josh Gleason about setting enrollment goals, determining the process, and adding junior varsity programming.
Conference explores breadth and depth of conscientious objection – The Mennonite
In the United States and among peace churches, we haven’t been talking as much as we used to about conscientious objection to war and we should be. This was the strong and clear message coming out of a three-day conference exploring the stories of conscientious objectors to World War I and the lessons of these stories for today.
Elkhart Co. hoping to inspire Latinos with new entrepreneurship program
Elkhart County hopes to boost business by empowering the Latino community with its brand new Latino Entrepreneurship Program.
Come on Down: Goshen College student makes it on to The Price is Right
Come on down! Goshen College student to appear on ‘The Price is Right’ – South Bend Tribune
"Londyn Feasel, come on down!" A Goshen College student was selected as a contestant on the long-running game show "The Price is Right" last month, and her appearance is scheduled to air Friday on CBS.
Goshen College students take part in Community Engagement Day (VIDEO) – WSBT-22
Hundreds of Goshen College students fanned out around Elkhart County. They volunteered to do a variety of jobs like cleaning, yard work, painting and repairs. It's part of the college's 19th Annual Community Engagement Day.