Sunday Mahaja, a Goshen College student, said he sculpts in his spare time. He sold his sculptures that he makes from found objects at the festival.
Goshen College started a new class this May where students travel to the jail and learn alongside inmates.
A local woman and a Goshen College professor share their thoughts on how the recently deceased writer’s work affected them and our country as a whole.
Reps from the African Foundation for Peace and Love Initiatives met with James Brenneman, the college president. They hope an exchange program with schools in the U.S. and Canada can help prevent violence in their home country.
The Goshen College Athletics Department released a new set of athletic logos at a campus ceremony Tuesday afternoon.
College officials unveiled the college’s new athletics logo Tuesday, May 13, at a ceremony in the Roman Gingerich Recreation-Fitness Center.
Sixteen Goshen homes underwent repairs ranging from landscaping to roof repairs, thanks to help from Goshen College students, church groups, businesses and others in the community.
A husband and wife who moved to Goshen two and a half years ago hope to bridge cultural gaps in their community.
Yad Vashem, the Jewish Holocaust memorial organization, last year named Gunden “Righteous Among the Nations,” making her one of just four Americans to receive the honor, and the Jewish Federation of St. Joseph Valley honored her Sunday as part of its annual Yom HaShoah Holocaust memorial service.
Goshen College’s class of 2014 went out with a bang with 225 students earning undergraduate diplomas and 18 students walking away with master’s degrees Sunday, April 27.