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.
Dominique Chew, a senior at GC, says that when our doors are open, so are our hearts to new opportunities to celebrate the gifts of our sisters and brothers in our own communities and around the world.
Vic Stoltzfus and J. Lawrence Burkholder, who both served as president of Goshen College, recall taking part in the Civil Rights marches in Selma.
Staff members of 91.1 The Globe received three first place national honors Saturday night at the IBS Awards ceremony in New York City.
To not fully acknowledge past racism may damage the work of those who care about diversity.
Goshen College has led a robust effort over the past decade to attract international students and become an intercultural campus.
Over the past decade, Goshen has become a destination for those who love the arts.
Students and staff from Goshen College attended Hope for the Future IV, Jan. 23-24, 2015, the annual gathering that bonds people of color who are in leadership positions in various Mennonite Church institutions.
Kathryn Meyer-Reimer, professor of education, addresses a letter to State Rep. Tim Wesco about Glenda Ritz and Mike Pence.
Mishler’s one-of-a-kind sculptures dapple northern Indiana and southern Michigan, with others stationed across the country.