Deepening Educational Ties with China

Great Wall of China

Chinese leader Xi Jinping made his first visit to the United States as president this week. After a short stop in Seattle, he arrived in Washington, D.C., where he was formally welcomed with a traditional 21-gun salute this… Read More

Synergy: Jim Zingarelli’s Paintings at Berklee

Professor of Art Jim Zingarelli’s work will be featured in a performance and virtual exhibit at the Berklee College of Music next week. Synergy: Chord and Color features original scores and performances by saxophonist Gail McArthur-Browne and violinist Helen Sherrah-Davies (both professors… Read More

Flutist Emily Bartz ’17 Performs in Elite Ensemble

Music performance major Emily Bartz ’17 was one of 24 students from across the nation selected to perform in the highly competitive Collegiate Flute Choir as part of the Annual National Flute Association Convention this summer.

Peter Berger is Distinguished Visiting Scholar

                    Dr. Peter Berger, former Director of Boston University’s Institute on Culture, Religion, and World Affairs, and Professor Emeritus of Religion, Sociology and Theology at BU, has accepted a one-year appointment as… Read More

Global Evangelical Environmental Campaign Comes to Gordon

More than 100 evangelical leaders from across Canada and the U.S. will gather at Gordon next week, from July 27 through 31, for “Hope for a Time of Crisis: Creation Care and the Mission of the Church.” This conference is part of… Read More