Water. There are so many ways that it is a part of our lives. All of us. All around the world. Water connects us all; both because of our shared need for it and our shared reality of being surrounded by it.
Summer 2013 was already shaping up as a busy time for new Goshen College men’s basketball coach Neal Young. Young, in his post less than two months, was in the midst of moving to the Maple City with his wife Maggie the first week of June when he got a phone call from his doctor that changed his life forever. Young had cancer — specifically, lymphoblastic lymphoma.
The Indiana Broadcasters Association named Goshen College’s radio station, WGCS-FM (91.1, The Globe), “Station of the Year” on Nov. 9 at the 26th annual Spectrum Awards in Indianapolis.
OVER THE PAST DECADE the The Globe has solidified itself as one of the top college radio stations in the nation, earning the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System’s top honor of “Best College Radio Station in the Nation,” two out of the past three years. This past weekend The Globe staff was awarded the distinction of “Station of the Year.”
ometimes fate plays a large role in where a coach ends up.
For Goshen College head women’s basketball coach Stephanie Miller, that’s exactly how she landed in her current position.
New Goshen College men’s head basketball coach Neal Young likes what he sees so far from his team.
Local high school students can explore educational opportunities at Goshen College Friday in the fields of teaching or nursing during a fall open house.
A new program at Goshen College lets prospective students tour the campus by bike.
Rarely do entertainers comment on their own performances in a public way, but that was not the case with Garrison Keillor and his recent visit to Goshen College.
Bishop Kevin C. Rhoades was invited to deliver the homily at a chapel service at Goshen College in Goshen on Friday, Oct. 18. Bishop Rhoades commented he was made to feel right at home.