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.
Jacob Hryzan ’20 united his knack for photography with his love of lacrosse in a marketing internship with the Boston Cannons, a Major League Lacrosse professional team.
With another academic year swiftly approaching, Veronica Andreades ’20 gathered some tips for charting a successful course from some seasoned pilots of the academic airways.
When Olivia Buelow ’18 graduated, her eyes were set on medical school. But an unexpected opportunity to work as a wardrobe dresser on Broadway for Moulin Rouge! The Musical introduced her to a new passion.
From Gordon to GE Capital—with stops in China and Hong Kong along the way—recent grad Dan Hurley ’15 prepares to bring two outstanding global business experiences to his first post as an investment analyst.
This July, Gordon hosted the third annual session of ELEVATE—a leadership lab for outstanding rising high school juniors and seniors. Through personalized leadership coaching, seminars, adventure-based learning and a charge to take real-world action in response to local… Read More
The Gallup-Purdue Index is a groundbreaking study measuring key factors that are strongly correlated with well-being post-college, both in the workplace and in personal lives. Gordon alumni scored their college experience far higher than the national averages.
A few of Gordon’s most intrepid theatre students will bring their very own play to the international stage—Edinburgh’s Fringe Festival. Written and directed by Hannah Pentico ’16 and Jessica Richmond ’16, their short play, The Edge Effect, is a… Read More
When Eric Hensel ’16 returns to his political science courses at Gordon this fall, he’ll bring back significant hands-on field experience. He’s spending his summer interning with New Hampshire’s junior Republican senator, Kelly Ayotte, and her federal office…. Read More