This year’s crop of 16 Maple Scholars spent most of Thursday afternoon presenting their findings and sharing their ideas with visitors as they celebrated their accomplishments.
With sounds of violence echoing in our cities across the country, people in Goshen are raising their voices in prayer hoping to bring their own community together.
Matt Yeater, a student at AMBS, with the help of GC professor Paul Keim, was named a recipient of the 2016 Dr. Jacob Bolotin Award from the National Federation of the Blind (NFB) for his work in making biblical languages accessible to blind people.
Beginning in August, a Goshen College graduate will work at Goshen High School for one year to serve as a mentor and coach for first-generation college students, according to a proposal shared with the Goshen Community School Board.
Christian Stoltzfus, a sophomore, Jeanette Shown, professor of information technology, and India Potter of Ball State are collaborating on a Maple Scholars project to create a peace-oriented video game.
From the moment he took the reins as Goshen College president 10 years ago today, Jim Brenneman began shifting the focus toward creating a more diverse student population.
Members of the Goshen Mayor Jeremy Stutsman’s Latino Advisory Committee include Richard Aguirre, director of corporate and foundation relations at GC; José Chiquito, an incoming student; Rocio Diaz, CIIE coordinator of intercultural community engagement; Daisy Gaspar ’12; and Zulma Prieto ’01.
Charger players warmed to his approach; Goshen College coach calls him ‘my best signing.’
The 15 Goshen College students — 14 of which are on the Maple Leafs baseball team — that spent three weeks in Nicaragua from May 13 to June 3 played six baseball games through the course of their trip.
Regina Shands Stoltzfus, an assistant professor of Peace, Justice and Conflict Studies, said she hopes the aftermath of the violence will be a movement to eliminate such violence.