Lee Roy Berry, Jr., taught political science at Goshen College from 1969 until 2010. He was the first black faculty member hired by Goshen College. During his time teaching, he earned his Juris Doctor and currently practices law in Goshen. Below, Berry shares his memories and knowledge of the civil rights movement, as well as commentary on the importance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., his work and those he worked alongside.
Goshen College is scheduled to start classes Wednesday, Jan. 8 — but because of the winter storm affecting much of the U.S., not all students are going to make it to the first day of second semester.
A total of 23 competitors in fall sports at Goshen College have been named 2013 Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athletes. – See more at: http://www.goshennews.com/localsports/x1221269595/Maple-Leaf-scholar-athletes-honored#sthash.JQQ2dapz.dpuf
Alma Rosa Carrillo Flores shares her journey from her childhood in Mexico to a new start at Goshen College.
The Goshen College 2013 Electronics & Robotics Show took place last week in the Recreation-Fitness Center. The event was a showcase for projects created by students in the 300-levelt electronics/robotics course taught by John Ross Buschert, professor of physics and department chair.
Firefighting robots, self-driving cars, a 3-D scanner were just some of the gadgets shown at Goshen College’s bi-annual electronics show.
Ryan Rittenhouse, a Goshen College employee, has flown his remote-controlled helicopters around campus before. But his hobby attracted a new sort of attention on Tuesday, when a passing student called out, “Ryan, you going to be delivering for Amazon with that?”
For nearly a decade, Goshen College communication professor Jason Samuel and his family have been opening up their doors to international college students and others who couldn’t be with their families for the Thanksgiving holiday.