It was the end of an era at Goshen College Friday afternoon as Goshen College President Jim Brenneman delivered his farewell address to a crowd of students, faculty, friends and community members in the college’s church-chapel.
The flavors of spring met environmental awareness at Goshen College Tuesday afternoon as students took part in Pollination Day, a time to reflect on and celebrate the importance of bees and other pollinators in the world’s food systems.
The day celebrates the important role bees and pollinators play in our agricultural system.
Educators and parents brainstormed Tuesday night at Goshen College’s Church-Chapel, helping state officials chart a path for its plan for the Every Student Succeeds Act.
A joint effort between Goshen (Indiana) College, Bluffton University, Eastern Mennonite University and Canadian Mennonite University, Winnipeg, the Collaborative MBA is a two-year program designed to offer students the chance to complete an MBA that embraces Mennonite values.
The Goshen Theater revitalization effort moved forward Saturday evening with the donation of more than $34,000 from Rotary Club of Goshen members.
Goshen College is teaming up with the high school and the Community Foundation of Elkhart County to help make college possible for more students.
A new memoir published by the Institute of Mennonite Studies (IMS) traces the development of former Goshen (Indiana) College President J. Lawrence Burkholder’s thought as it intersected with the events of his life.
Building on the success of the 2014 hymn marathon, the Hymn Club is planning another event to sing through the Hymnal over the course of six days.