Daugherty excited to begin men’s volleyball at Goshen College
Starting in the spring of 2018-19, something new will be coming to Elkhart County, as Goshen College will officially start up its men's volleyball program under coach Jim Daugherty.
Goshen College hopes to combat nursing shortage with new doctoral degree program – WSBT
Goshen College is going to offer a new doctoral degree program.
10 Colleges Where Studying Abroad Is Common
Goshen College is on U.S. News & World Report's list of 10 Colleges Where Studying Abroad Is Common.
GC president candidate outlines philosophy, objectives – The Goshen News
GC students, staff, alumni meet president candidate.
A college radio station getting national attention – WNIT
WNIT visits with 91.1 The Globe (WGCS) to talk with students and staff about the station's success.
Goshen College’s special food event focuses on bees – Food Management Magazine
Dandelion cookies and salad were among menu items featured at Goshen College’s dining hall to highlight the critical role pollinator species play in the ecosystem.
Goshen College radio station honored – South Bend Tribune
When the sweet sound of the radio exits the speakers and hits your ears, you often do not think about what it took to get it there.
Graduation walk culminates Middlebury woman’s 3-year climb toward degree – The Goshen News
Alicia Navarro graduated from Goshen College in 2001 with a bachelors of science in nursing, and in 2017 with a Family Nurse Practitioner master's degree. She’s been a traveling nurse and has worked in med surg, intensive care and education for hospital-wide programs and orientation programs at Sturgis Hospital in Sturgis, Michigan, for 13 years.
Outgoing GC president gives farewell address – The Goshen News
It was the end of an era at Goshen College Friday afternoon as Goshen College President Jim Brenneman delivered his farewell address to a crowd of students, faculty, friends and community members in the college’s church-chapel.