Students Recognized in National Poetry Competition

In April two Gordon students, Kara Applegate ’18 and Christie Clause ’20, were recognized in the National Federation of State Poetry Societies College Undergraduate Poetry competition, receiving first and fifth place honorable mentions.

Meeting the Pope: An Easter Reflection

“We are in the Vatican.” This is all I could say as our car followed the Pope’s driver into the heart of the Papal Palace. My father and grandfather had been invited by a close friend to be a part of the 50th anniversary of the charismatic movement in the Catholic Church.

AnaCarolina Araujo ’18: Neighbor and Scientist

AnaCarolina Araujo ’18 has never broken a bone, but she loves to study them. As a kinesiology major, she uses her knowledge of movement to help people regain control of their bodies. 

Two Clarendon Scholars Travel to Chicago for Urban Intensive

This past January, Wislene Augustin ’19 and Shineika Fareus ’21—two Gordon students and Clarendon scholars––traveled to Chicago for the Urban Intensive Program, a week-long program that educates college students about the social justice issues faced by urban communities in the U.S.

Jordan Bellamy Receives Research Prize

Last week, Clarendon Scholar and Pike Honors student Jordan Bellamy ’20 received the Shared Justice Student-Faculty Research Prize from the Center for Public Justice, with Paul Brink (political science) serving as her faculty advisor. With a pool of applicants… Read More