Goshen College alums arrested at demonstration
Police arrested more than a dozen people, including two recent Goshen (Indiana) College alums, on May 14 in Indianapolis who were participating in that city’s protest connected to the Poor People’s Campaign, a nationwide revival of the campaign planned by Martin Luther King Jr. a half century ago.
Goshen’s new president knows campus well: Her father once held job – Inside Higher Ed
When Rebecca Stoltzfus was offered the president’s job at Goshen College in spring 2017, she talked it over with her husband and children and also sought the opinion of a former president of the institution whom she greatly respected and admired -- and with whom she’d always had great rapport.
ASL interpreters see language growing in popularity
Goshen College is one of only three universities in Indiana and 150 nationwide that offer ASL as a major. Besides majoring in interpreting, she said students also take ASL for foreign language credits or as a minor that bolsters a major in a field where knowing sign language is useful.
Student group calls for GC policy reform
Goshen College administrators and members of the newly created, student-led Intercultural Coalition of Goshen College met Wednesday evening for town hall-style discussion to address recent requests made by the campus group.
High tea and talk: Celebration for Afternoon Sabbatical series 40th anniversary – The Elkhart Truth
The Goshen community visited the College Mennonite Church Fellowship Hall to celebrate the last of the Afternoon Sabbatical series. The Afternoon Sabbatical series celebrated their 40th anniversary this year and final season ended with high tea on Tuesday.
Goshen College students share perspectives from Ignition show
As The Accidentals came to Goshen for a show at Ignition Music Garage, a group of Goshen College students led by adjunct instructor Marshall V. King documented the visit.
Solar advocates believe industry will overcome net metering changes
The solar array is just the latest effort the college has made to reduce its energy consumption. Buildings have been renovated with energy-saving light systems and the vast expanse of green lawns in front of dorms and education buildings have been replaced with mini-prairies that feature native plants.
Centennial Histories Symposium examines Mennonite colleges’ histories
In celebration of Eastern Mennonite University’s centennial year, a symposium was held centered around the centennial histories of the five MCUSA colleges: Bethel, Goshen, Bluffton, Hesston and EMU.
Goshen College students protest racism on campus
As the dust settled on news about last week’s national school walkout honoring victims of the Parkland school shooting, Goshen College students staged a walkout with a different purpose: addressing racism on campus.