Despite most students being away, Gordon is no ghost town over the summer—40 different organizations and groups from all over the country and world enjoy the picturesque surroundings make use of the campus’s otherwise vacant facilities.
This installment is part of a regular devotional series, “Deepening the Faith,” written by Gordon faculty and staff for the enrichment of the wider College community.
Why not make your next college visit a family vacation, and explore the North Shore’s maritime roots and musical theater offerings? You don’t need to travel further than 20 miles to explore any one of these fascinating and fun destinations.
Before packing up and leaving campus for good, several graduates let The Bell know where they’d be taking their first postgraduate steps.
As the director of interactive media for Harvard Medical School, the creative writing and communication arts grad finds himself right in the middle of the medical world, contributing to the good work of medical advancement in his own way.
About 130 years ago, Reverend Adoniram Judson (A. J.) Gordon sent a group of missionaries from his Boston Missionary Training Institute (today Gordon College) to Korea—a significant movement that would change the country forever.
By Sarah Faulkner ’16 In the summer of 2013 I worked as Dr. Ellen Ballock’s research assistant on a project investigating how preservice teachers grow and develop as elementary writing teachers. The deeper I got involved in this project, the… Read More
Opening Friday, April 3 (6:30–8:30 p.m.) and continuing through June 1, Chord and Color, an exhibition of paintings and sculpture by Jim Zingarelli, will take place at the Robert Lehman Art Center at The Brooks School in North Andover, Massachusetts.The… Read More
QU4RTETS opens at Kings College Chapel, Cambridge (U.K.) on Thursday, March 26, continuing through April 6. Professor Bruce Herman, Lothlórien Chair of Fine Arts at Gordon, collaborated with New York artist Makoto Fujimura and Yale composer Christopher Theofanidis to produce this touring… Read More
Teresa Winner Blume, applied voice faculty member at Gordon, is being featured at a current Museum of Fine Arts exhibit, “Sonic Blossom” (3/11 – 4/9). The performance art piece, which takes place in the MFA’s William I. Koch Gallery, is… Read More