The Goshen College Performing Arts Series has gained a reputation for bringing in some of the most interesting and eclectic acts not only the area, but the Midwest.
For the past several years, Goshen College has been a leader in the community in taking steps toward reducing its carbon footprint.
The Maple Leaf combines the camaraderie of a club run with the zaniness of a party stunt.
Marathoners run 204 laps on the indoor RFC running track.
The Goshen women’s basketball team is #2 and men’s basketball team is #4 in the Crossroads League, and both teams are hosting home tournament games this week.
For the Goshen News Partners In Progress edition, Editor Michael Wanbaugh covered 91.1 The Globe, the Goshen College student-run radio station, which has helped spark a cultural revival in Goshen.
Atkinson guided Northridge boys tennis for seven seasons and added girls duties last spring.
A movie filmed in Michiana by a Goshen native is now available for you to watch. It’s a big accomplishment for not only those who made the film but also the community of Goshen, and students at Goshen College are already feeling the affect of the film industry hitting their city.
Singer Bobby McFerrin is best known for his hit “Don’t Worry, Be Happy,” and that line pretty much reflected the attitude of members of the Goshen College Chamber Choir when they joined him on stage Sunday for a concert at the college’s Sauder Concert Hall.
The River Bend Film Festival will move to Goshen this year, promising packed programming March 31 to April 2 in downtown Goshen, a new location after previous years based in South Bend.