Jason Kauffman ’04, director of Archives and Records Management for Mennonite Church USA, explores how Mennonites have approached environmental thinking over the years.
The dramatic growth of Latinos in the United States is no longer seen as reaching a tipping point; it is a seismic, demographic shift. Long immune to the increase of people moving northward, colleges and universities far away from the U.S.-Mexico border are welcoming Latinos to their college campuses. Goshen (Ind.) College has welcomed Latinos to its campus for decades.
Three Future Leaders Academy scholars were recently invited to visit Goshen College.
WNIT’s EducationCounts_Michiana explores community service involvement at Goshen College (starting at 15:00).
Goshen’s first-ever Mayor’s Arts Council includes Professor of Art John Mishler ’72, Professor of Communication David Kendall, Kathy Stiffney ’72, Gina Leichty ’95, Rafael Barahona ’96, Rafael Chavez Moreno ’09, Sunday Mahaja ’14 and Shae Miller ’12.
Delphin Monga, graduate from the class of 2016, recalls his experience of moving from Uganda to the United States. Monga is now flourishing at Goshen College, where he studies Biochemistry, and continues his career in running.
On Thursday, Oct. 20, the Community Foundation of Elkhart County planted ginkgo trees at seven locations, including Goshen College, to symbolize its partnership with organizations throughout the county.
In a down year for enrollment at many U.S. Mennonite colleges, universities and seminaries, Goshen College’s enrollment is up, returning to levels it last saw in 2013.
Shari Wagner ’80 hosted a writing workshop at Goshen College this week.
Goshen College is listed as #3 on BackgroundCheck.org list of the safest colleges in Indiana.