The Puerto Rico native and 2013 Goshen College graduate who performs as Samuel Prince gained instant notoriety Wednesday after his appearance on the singing competition show “American Idol.”
The student-run station won the award from the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System in 2011 and 2013, making it the only station to ever win twice.
Zirkle feels blessed to spend a lot of time outside. Not a day goes by when he is not struck by a gorgeous sunrise, fascinating insect, or the sacred sounds of birds.
In this week’s episode, Goshen reporter Sharon Hernandez talks to Rocio Diaz, the multicultural outreach community coordinator at Goshen College. She holds monthly workshops to teach Latino families how to get their children to college.
Hope for the Future IV, a gathering for leaders of color and Mennonite Church USA leaders to work at finding adaptive solutions for culturally appropriate leadership development, met Jan. 23-26 at Iglesia Menonita Arca de Salvación in Fort Myers, Fla.
The local Global Game Jam kicked off Friday evening in Goshen College’s Union Building, where 28 designers from Goshen College, Ball State University and the Goshen community gathered in a computer lab to spend 48 hours rapidly prototyping game designs.
Kathy Meyer Reimer, director of elementary education at Goshen College, came across the Kid’s Lit Quiz program in New Zealand and formed the partnership with Goshen Middle School.
At Goshen these hymnals do not gather dust in pews or remain stagnant on students’ shelves as forgotten gifts from congregations; they are used.
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.