For alumni and families of students who don’t live near Goshen, it can be pretty difficult to make it to concerts in the college’s Music Center. Now, would-be concertgoers can watch music department concerts from the comfort of their own home. With the help of the college’s Information Technology Services (ITS) and ITS Media, the Music Center has begun live streaming select music department concerts from Sauder Concert Hall.
For the third consecutive year, Goshen College was named Radio School of the Year in the 2014 Indiana Association of School Broadcasting’s (IASB) college broadcasting competition.
Goshen College again offers an online resource to help believers make time and space in their hearts and minds to reflect during the season of Lent.
The Goshen College Music Together® program has spring classes in various locations now open for registration. The spring session begins in late March with weekly 45-minute family classes and “big kids” classes, bringing the joy of singing and benefits of music and movement to all participants. Free classes for infants up to eight months old are also available.
Changes are coming to Goshen College’s course catalog, with new majors and minors being added for the fall of 2014.
Five Goshen College students gave speeches about issues close to their hearts during the college’s 2014 C. Henry Smith Peace Oratorical Contest on Feb. 18.
Goshen College recently earned a silver rating from the Sustainability Tracking, Assessment and Rating System (STARS) report, which recognizes colleges and universities for their commitment to sustainable practices on campus.
Goshen College’s student run radio station, 91.1 FM The Globe, (WGCS), is in the running for the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System’s (IBS) “Best College Radio Station in the Nation” for the fourth year in a row.
The Goshen College Women’s World Music Choir will spend spring break touring and performing in churches and schools throughout Pennsylvania from Feb. 23-27, with a home concert on Sunday, March 2 at 7:30 p.m. in the Goshen College Music Center’s Sauder Concert Hall.
Each winter, as many as 3,000 Amish people from “up north” trade in their buggies for three-wheeled tricycles and join the small year-round Amish population in Pinecraft. Because of the spontaneous nature of Pinecraft’s growth, there are concerns about its safety, building permits, land use and ordinance codes. With the help of two Goshen College students and a recent graduate, these concerns are finally being addressed.