Lauren Snyder ’19 Designs Major Set for Winter Musical

After reading a poem about a saw in her Nobel Literature class, Lauren Snyder ’19 was the only one who raised her hand when the professor asked if anyone had ever used one.

Meet the Inaugural Bible Translation Program Cohort

Gordon’s Bible Translation Program inducted its first cohort of students. They come from a variety of academic disciplines, but are united in their common desire to serve God and other people on an international level.

From the World’s Deadliest Earthquake to the World’s Deadliest Cancer

Orlane Destin ’21 says that growing cancer cells for research is like taking care of a baby.

Alana Mann ’19: Trading in the End Times for a New Beginning

At age 16, Alana Farley went up to the airport counter in Kauai, Hawaii, and bought a plane ticket to California. She had a rolling backpack filled with her belongings and was hoping to leave the island before the missing child report caught up with her.

The Theory of Thriving

Having been awarded a Shared Justice Student-Faculty Research Prize, Paul Brink (political science) and Jordan Bellamy ’20 investigated the effects of the increasing housing prices on the North Shore of Massachusetts, specifically in the city of Lynn.