Goshen College students showed off the creations that they designed to help people with disabilities at an electronics show on Tuesday. The bi-annual show focused on helping the blind and deaf.
Sixteen students in physics professor John Ross Buschert’s electronics and robotics class presented their projects to visitors during the 2015 Electronics and Robotics Show.
Students who work at Java Junction are getting a taste of real-world experience.
“The students make all the decisions: accounting, marketing, purchasing, hiring, training, technology, business analysis – everything.”
TODAY weather anchor Al Roker starts another busy day of Rokerthon 2, his quest to forecast from all 50 states within a week. After reporting the weather in eight states on Tuesday, including Missouri, Kentucky, Tennessee and Indiana, Al’s got another eight ahead on Wednesday’s schedule.
The TODAY Show’s Al Roker is going cross country, trying for a Guinness world record for reporting the weather in all 50 states in just one week. Tuesday, he stopped in Goshen, Indiana.
Was meeting beloved weatherman Al Roker worth the three-hour wait? More than 400 people in Goshen thought so.
TODAY weatherman Al Roker is taking America by storm with his much anticipated Rokerthon 2 and his trip has brought him to Goshen on Tuesday.
Despite the three-hour delay, a crowd of more than 300 people gathered at on the northwest side of the Goshen College campus to see “Today” show weatherman Al Roker give the forecast.
WTHR caught up with some Goshen College students who were waiting for Al Tuesday. Members of the Goshen College choir were set to greet Al with a song they put together just for him.