Keith Graber-Miller, professor of Bible, religion and philosophy, comments on how normalizing relations with Cuba will affect students.
Keith Graber-Miller, professor of Bible, religion and philosophy and a small business owner in Goshen, reflects on how rerouting U.S.-33 will affect his business.
Many Indiana schools -1,300 of them – got hefty bonuses from Governor Mike Pence. Goshen College education department’s Kathy Meyer Reimer and Suzanne Ehst talk about how that affects schools and teachers.
– Huge financial gift for Goshen College – WSBT – Goshen College receives $1.98 million gift from former student – The Elkhart Truth – Editorial: A former student gives back to Goshen College – The Elkhart Truth – Morton man gives Goshen College $1.98M gift – Pekin Daily Times This story was also picked up … Keep reading »
A sophomore at Goshen College, Sadie is studying music and communication. She sees herself as a performer or doing something that combines her love of community and music.
Goshen is now a complex, multi-faceted, multi-language melting pot of humanity, just like the nation. The city’s institutions and residents welcome all law-abiding people with open arms.
More than 20 Goshen College students from across the United States and the world gathered Thursday for a Thanksgiving meal at the home of Jason Samuel, a Goshen College communications professor.
Toughing out the cold with hats, gloves and some dancing, a group of 50 people stood outside the Elkhart County Courthouse in Goshen Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 25.
Late Tuesday afternoon, a group of about 50 gathered in downtown Goshen to let their voices be heard.