Goshen College establishes journalism scholarship in tribute to Janice Stutz Rasley, a former Goshen journalist


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Jeff and Alicia Rasley sign scholarship documentation in Goshen College’s Center for Communication Studies in 2023.

GOSHEN, IND —For 50 years, Janice Stutz Rasley worked as a journalist in Goshen, including breaking gender barriers at the time. Recently, her son established a new scholarship in her honor at Goshen College to assist current and future students to become journalists and communicators as well.

Jeff and Alicia Rasley established the Janice Stutz Rasley Endowed Scholarship for Journalism with a gift of mutual funds in 2023 in honor of Jeff’s mother, Janice.

Janice Stutz Rasley, a 1947 graduate of Goshen High School and journalism major at the University of Oklahoma, began her writing career as an intern at the Goshen News-Democrat in 1948. Over the years, she held various titles at The Goshen News, contributing as a writer, reporter and columnist. Additionally, Rasley broke barriers by becoming the first woman employed in an editorial position at The Goshen News. […]

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