243 seniors turn their tassels, three are heading to Cambodia
A group of students sang hymns to peacefully protest the preachings of a couple from Texas who visited Goshen College’s campus on Thursday, April 24, 2014 to warn students to repent for sins or face hellfire.
Goshen College students took a break from preparing for final exams to hangout with some four-legged friends Monday afternoon.
The student club Eco-Pax went out picking dandelions on Sunday and today Chef Jeremy Corson created six dishes for lunch using them.
They aren’t just weeds, and some in the Goshen community already know of the plant’s delicious possibilities.
With exams and research papers piling up, students’ stress levels are at their peaks. At Goshen College, they are taking a different approach. It is the dog days of the school year and what better way for students to unwind than with man’s best friend.
Goshen College has worked in recent years to restore several acres of lawn to native landscaping. Part of that initiative is simulating naturally occurring fires by establishing a controlled burn.
The Goshen College Ecological Stewardship Committee is working to make Goshen College a “tree campus,” similar to the “tree city” concept started by the Arbor Day Foundation.
Students in separate projects held a controlled burn of a prairie field area near Sauder Music Hall and planted trees around campus in order to try and establish it as a “tree campus.”
A group of Goshen College students has produced “Goshen Graphix II,” a collection of illustrated memoirs. “Graphix” is the result of coursework as part of the GC class “English 230, Literature and Pop Culture: The Graphic Novel.” – See more at: http://www.goshennews.com/local/x1445044006/GC-students-produce-pop-culture-publication-for-class#sthash.Tvxgm5ae.dpuf