Honoring the Women of Gordon’s History

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In celebration of Women’s History Month this March, we honor the many women who have paved the way at Gordon over the years and the more than 250 women whose valuable contributes continue to shape the College today.

Faculty DACA Panel Provides Immigration Information and Insight

An eager audience tuned in to hear Professor of Political Science and International Affairs Dr. Ruth-Melkonian-Hoover, Professor of Biblical Studies Dr. Daniel Darko, Professor of Philosophy Dr. Mark Gedney and moderator Dean of Student Engagement Dr. Nicholas Rowe… Read More

“We’re all Lions”—Elevate Alumna Unites Peers

“Real adventures, real Christians, doing the real work of God,” high school junior Hannah Baldoz says of her Elevate experience. During the weeklong summer leadership lab at Gordon last year, Hannah’s team focused on bridging the social gap… Read More

Gordon’s Orvieto Chef-in-Residence Makes Inaugural Trip Stateside

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Some traveled from as far as Pennsylvania and Mississippi earlier this month to celebrate their shared Gordon IN Orvieto memories as they once again experienced Maria Battistini’s one-of-a-kind Umbrian cuisine and spunk.

Timely Talk on Tolerance by Dr. Stan Gaede

Given the current cultural landscape in our nation, it is timely for Gordon’s scholar-in-residence, Christian College Consortium President Dr. Stan Gaede, to publish When Tolerance is No Virtue—and it’s no surprise that the book is a bestseller. “One… Read More