In an effort to increase the number of Latino students earning postsecondary degrees, Goshen College hopes to raise $50,000 for scholarships.
Gilberto Perez, Jr., senior director of intercultural development and educational partnerships at GC, encourages communication between law enforcement officers and the Latino community in northern Indiana.
Banjo duo Béla Fleck and Abigail Washburn turned Goshen College’s Sauder Hall into their home on the road Tuesday night, inviting the audience in for an intimate performance that shows the versatility of their chosen instrument.
Goshen College officials and former coaches broke ground on the newly renamed Dr. John Ingold Athletic Complex and Dr. J. Harold “Sarge” Yoder Baseball Field during a dedication ceremony on Saturday.
Hundreds of Goshen College alumni and their families visited campus for a weekend of events including bike rides, luncheons, speakers, book signings, athletic events and other activities.
There’s something special about the second floor of the Wyse Building on Goshen College campus.
Goshen College has awarded its Dream Scholarship for undocumented students since about 2008.
Anchored in large part by the foresight of Goshen College’s curriculum and the global mission of the Mennonite Central Committee, our area routinely reaches across international boundaries in an effort to help where help is in dire need.
From house painting to river cleanup, dozens give back to the community as part of school’s core value of “servant leadership.”
A number of Goshen College students were giving back to the Elkhart County community Wednesday.