Goshen College has led a robust effort over the past decade to attract international students and become an intercultural campus.
Over the past decade, Goshen has become a destination for those who love the arts.
Students and staff from Goshen College attended Hope for the Future IV, Jan. 23-24, 2015, the annual gathering that bonds people of color who are in leadership positions in various Mennonite Church institutions.
Kathryn Meyer-Reimer, professor of education, addresses a letter to State Rep. Tim Wesco about Glenda Ritz and Mike Pence.
Mishler’s one-of-a-kind sculptures dapple northern Indiana and southern Michigan, with others stationed across the country.
Janeth Vela, 20, received a four-year scholarship to Goshen College. She is studying to be a nurse, but her older brother Eduardo is not so lucky.
Senate Bill 470 would allow private schools accepting state vouchers to administer an alternative exam to the ISTEP+, but Bethany Christian Schools is petitioning state lawmakers to expand the exemption to all schools equally.
Melia Watkins received a grant from the Goshen College business department for her startup, Araliya.
Stan Miller, a former administrator at Goshen College and longtime educator, first began volunteering with the Elkhart Literacy Project a little more than two years ago.
Beyond getting slapped by Jennifer Lopez, Goshen College graduate Samuel Prince Jr. got the chance to interact with a few celebrities he admires.