Amanda Goss was diagnosed with Stage 3 breast cancer on Oct. 15, 2014. The mother of two was 24. Goss, of Hartford, shares her story at Southwestern Michigan College’s Dowagiac campus July 29 at the awards ceremony following the 43rd Steve’s Run. In fact, her ongoing treatment will send her to Minnesota’s Mayo Clinic, which Steve’s Run benefits along with the Steven Briegel Scholarship Fund.
Southwestern Michigan College hosts an informational meeting at 6 p.m. Wednesday, June 14, for Niles-based Signal Travel and Tours’ two “Cuba: Connecting People with Culture” trips. Signal Travel owner Michele Boyd made the informal meeting at Mathews Conference Center West on SMC’s Dowagiac campus open to anyone interested in visiting Cuba Jan. 11-17 or Jan. 25-31, 2018.
Southwestern Michigan College Foundation’s board demonstrated its strong commitment to the Nursing and Health Education Building expansion by participating 100-percent in its first fundraising campaign. “This project is going to help double the number of nursing students,” President Ginny Crawford said. “We are unanimous in wanting to demonstrate our commitment to this project and to the college.”
Add author to Dr. Jeff Dennis’s accomplishments. The University of South Carolina Press in Columbia just published Patriots and Indians, the first book by the professor of history at Southwestern Michigan College in his hometown, Dowagiac.