Local medical and health pioneer, Dr. Willard Krabill, dies


Goshen College Physician Emeritus and Associate Professor Emeritus of Health Education Willard S. Krabill, who gave 24 years of service to the college, died this morning after a courageous six-month battle with cancer at the age of 82. He was a pioneer in the areas of medical ethics, public health, family-centered childbirth and sex education.

Community prayer breakfast to kick off Martin Luther King Jr. Day; reservations due Jan. 8

The Goshen College Martin Luther King Jr. Study Day on Jan. 19 will begin with prayer and remembrance at the ninth annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day Community Prayer Breakfast, beginning at 7:30 a.m. in the Church-Chapel Fellowship Hall. The breakfast is open to the public and reservations are due by Thursday, Jan. 8.

Goshen College rakes in a record 27 NAIA All American Scholar-Athlete Awards

With National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) national tournaments wrapping up across the country, the Goshen College Athletic Department continues to get rewarded for its outstanding fall season on and off the court, field and course. A Maple Leaf program record 27 student-athletes were recognized as NAIA-Daktronics All American Student-Athletes this week as part of national championship play.

Goshen College faculty trained to deliver presentation on climate change and faith


Bob Yoder, Goshen College campus pastor, and Paul Steury, education coordinator at Merry Lea Environmental Learning Center of Goshen College, were among the first group personally trained by Nobel Laureate Al Gore to spread the message about the challenges of and solutions to the climate crisis in the faith community.