he night was alive with music and fellowship at Goshen College’s Umble Center Sunday evening as members of the GC gospel choir Voices-n-Harmony performed a free concert for the public in preparation for Monday’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. Study Day at the college.
Goshen College was recently named among the top liberal arts colleges in the state — and the country — for affordable and high-quality education, according to a national list released earlier this month.
After winning just 10 games combined in the past three seasons, the Maple Leafs have jumped to a 14-5 record this season.
Jeanne Liechty, director of the Goshen College social work program, provides insight into why painful anniversaries are important
With a little help from their conductor and a lot of collaboration, more than 150 school leaders, community members and music teachers took the stage Monday to learn about a musical method called “El Sistema” that might soon be spreading across the county.
Roosevelt STEAM Academy introduced a music program called El Sistema, which aims to create social change through music, at the beginning of the school year. That program, and El Sistema in general, will be discussed during a workshop at Goshen College on Monday, Jan. 12.
After obstacles facing similar Maple City Health Care Center programs came to light, a Goshen College student launched Martha’s Gift, a program that lets patients create items that will help the community in exchange for credit on their medical bills.