Andrew Landis has been traveling since he graduated from Goshen College in 2009 to work with opera companies across the country, and for the first time, he will see one of the productions he worked with air nationally on television.
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.
When Olivia Ginn, 19, graduates from Goshen College she will be the first in her family to have finished a college degree. Ginn said that going to college was always her plan, even though her parents did not graduate from college.
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.