Goshen College

A Goshen College graduate is going on to be the first woman and openly gay NFL coach to head to the Super Bowl. But her time at the college may not have been as accepting.

Katie Sowers is the offensive assistant coach for the San Francisco 49ers. She’s also the first female and openly gay coach to make it to the Super Bowl.

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GOSHEN, Ind. (AP) — The murder trial of a man charged in a 2011 home invasion that left a Goshen College biology professor dead has been moved to next year.

Twenty-four-year-old Winston Corbett was set to stand trial Aug. 26 on murder and attempted murder charges, but an Elkhart County judge on Thursday rescheduled the trial to Jan. 6, 2020.

Corbett was arrested last year in the October 2011 home invasion attack that killed Goshen College biology professor James Miller and injured his wife, Linda.

Morning Edition Host Michael Linville speaks with Dr. Rebecca Stoltzfus about her early tenure as Goshen College President and her inauguration ceremony tomorrow morning at 10 in Sauder Concert Hall.

Goshen College cancels Keillor performance

Nov 29, 2017


Garrison Keillor will not perform at Goshen College in May following allegations of inappropriate behavior against the popular public radio personality.

Goshen College says it is cancelling the performance scheduled for May 6th as part of Goshen College Music Center’s performing arts series.

Minnesota Public Radio and American Public Media severed ties from Keillor after allegation surfaced of inappropriate behavior during his time as the producer of ‘A Prairie Home Companion.’