Beauty Pageants Are No Longer Skin Deep

It’s the first day of the 99th Miss America pageant and chances are very few of us will watch it tonight (even after the organization officially nixed the swimwear and evening gown segments last year, claiming they would no longer judge women based on their exterior)

8 Christmas Gifts That Feed the Body, the Soul and a Sense of Home

In Part II of our three-part Christmas Gift Guide designed to support the businesses and nonprofits of past and present Gordon students, we have some stocking stuffers and grand gestures “yule” love. From cayenne pepper cough drops to bone broth tonics, your gifts this Christmas are sure to rejuvenate the body, the soul and the places we call home.

Walking with Women in their Own Advent Journey

This season, many women will give birth outside of the hospital. Although they share in Mary’s labor pains, they have angels of a different kind: certified nurse midwives like Story Jones ’04 who do their part to create a more comfortable environment (than, say, a barn) for bringing a baby into the world.

Computer Science: Programmed for 40 Years of Ingenuity

Forty years since launching the computer science major and 50 since Gordon’s first computer programming course, the College celebrates a history in innovation.

Split Peas and Asylees

In Portland, Maine, last spring, a number of food production workers stopped washing their hands, and it was Abbey Mitchell’s job to find out why.