The GC Communication Department includes approximately 50 to 60 students, but more than 100 others contribute to one of the department’s media enterprises — The Record, The Globe, The Correspondent and FiveCore Media.
Goshen College’s Center for Intercultural and International Education launched the English language classes last spring.
More than 230 people gathered at Eastern Mennonite University in Harrisonburg, Virginia, April 7-9 at “Leading into the Common Good: An Anabaptist Perspective.”
Goshen offers great things for people in all stages of their life.
Goshen College’s ASL program is one of only a handful four-year, faith-based ASL programs in the country. When you factor in Goshen College’s focus on community involvement and international travel, you see that the Goshen College ASL program is one-of-a-kind.
As the River Bend Film Festival got underway on its final day Saturday, organizers and participants said the event was a success.
Jordan Waidelich, a junior at Goshen College, looks at the impact of low pay, low viewership and little support for women’s sports.
The Maple City will soon be in the spotlight as the 15-year-old River Bend Film Festival gets underway for the first time in downtown Goshen, March 31 through April 2.
A key element of Goshen College sustainability is the Merry Lea Environmental Learning Center, a 1200-acre preserve.
GC women’s basketball coach Stephanie Miller looks back on a groundbreaking season for her program, one she hopes sets the Maple Leafs on an upward trajectory for years to come.