The 7.8-magnitude earthquake that hit Nepal Saturday, April 25, has killed at least 4,600 people and affected 8 million, according to the United Nations. Goshen College students are working to raise awareness of the devastation.
Eleven Goshen students traveled to a town called Tansen to work in a hospital with Nepali nursing students. They’ve been able to find out that many of their friends are safe, but their hearts ache to go back and help.
Today the graduates are realizing a dream. Tomorrow another quest will begin. We wish them all a life well lived wherever they choose to land and make a difference.
Roberto Ortiz says he’s going to make the world his classroom by seeing it for himself — with the help of a bike. He’s set up a GoFundMe account for those who’d like to help him document what he sees along the way.
The Goshen Chamber of Commerce and Goshen College teamed up to run an Intercultural Leadership Academy from March until May.
Students and faculty at Goshen College took Earth Day one step further, creating meals for their 3rd Annual Dandelion Day.
This was the third year chef Jeremy Corson has served up dandelion dishes at GC.
Dan Shenk ’75, and Lee Roy Berry, a former GC professor, the men who drafted Goshen’s sundown town resolution, speak on the Hometown Goshen Podcast, a weekly show that highlights the stories and people from the Maple City.