On the North Shore of Boston, there are sunflowers on professors’ desks and fresh green beans on the plates of college students and homeless people alike—all because Saliha Grace Shelton ’20 first asked herself the question: What do I miss about Turkey?
At 9 a.m. on November 8, 2018, three Gordon alumni and their families were in bumper-to-bumper traffic on one of the three roads out of Paradise, CA, along with 26,000 other people trying to escape California’s deadliest wildfire.
Last year in November, the Camp Fire hit Katherine Sorich’s ’05 hometown like a tidal wave, displacing 52,000 people and laying waste to 14,000 residences, but her house wasn’t one of them.
Whether your Pinterest board is bursting with décor ideas or you’re in denial that college is just seven short weeks away, before you clear out Target’s college aisle or hide under a blanket, here are 10 things to pack and 10 things to leave behind.
Fifty years ago, when Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin planted an American flag on the moon’s powdery surface, the stars were a little lackluster, especially in retrospect.