Every third person in Goshen identifies as Latino, and one member of the Goshen Plan Commission believes Latinos should start getting involved in civic work.
Goshen College junior Bryan Palmer was one of 13 student-athletes selected to participate in the 2014 Red Cross/NAIA Collegiate Leadership Program this summer
One of Goshen College’s minors will be a little less girly starting next school year.
The college is changing the name of its women’s studies program to “women’s and gender studies” to attract more male students.
Two of the newest entrepreneurs in the county are GC graduate Micah Miller-Eshleman of Ohio and senior Alan Smith of New York, who have created PixelDance, a web design and computer app company. They have taken the first steps to create a company divergent from the RV industry.
Times are changing for the popular Amish vacation destination of Pinecraft in Sarasota, Fla.
Luckily, a small group of current and former Goshen College students and staff have recently signed on to help ensure the community’s unique cultural heritage isn’t changed along with it.
Indoor marathons have been catching on in northern cities since the concept debuted in 2006.
hile many college students spend their spring break visiting warmer climates, some local students volunteer in the community.
Four Goshen College students on spring break didn’t wake up anywhere near a beach Thursday morning, Feb. 27. They woke up with plans to go build a house, and a subzero wind chill wasn’t going to stop them.
“As a Latino population we are to the point where we are no longer here to be served. We’re here to serve, we’re here to lead.”
That’s the message Gilberto Perez has when he talks about the future of the Latino community in Goshen. Whether through his organization, Bienvenido Community Solutions, which helps those new to the U.S. integrate into the community, as an associate professor of social work at Goshen College or in his role on Goshen’s Plan Commission, Gilberto Perez has made his mark.
Some students at Goshen College are volunteering their spring break to help build a new home for a family in need.