Rarely do entertainers comment on their own performances in a public way, but that was not the case with Garrison Keillor and his recent visit to Goshen College.
Bishop Kevin C. Rhoades was invited to deliver the homily at a chapel service at Goshen College in Goshen on Friday, Oct. 18. Bishop Rhoades commented he was made to feel right at home.
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Garrison Keillor traipsed around on stage at Sauder Hall on the campus of Goshen College Tuesday night with stories and quips and indisputable truths, and somehow the tumult of politics and talk of economic disaster looming just hours away seemed to fade away.
Looking out into the audience inside Goshen College’s sold-out music center on a rainy Tuesday night here in the Maple City, the legendary Garrison Keillor brought a microphone to his mouth.
Ever think algae might be the next great fuel source on earth? If a small group of researchers at Goshen College have anything to say about it, it very well might be.
An Ultimate Frisbee tournament between Goshen College students and alumni was held in front of the Rec-Fitness Center Saturday during Homecoming Weekend
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In 2010, Goshen College, located in the town of Goshen, decided to stop sending the food waste generated in its dining hall to the landfill.