Lining the first floor hallway of KOSC is a series of paintings. At a glance, perhaps, it’s an odd place for art. But taking a moment to analyze the abstract swirls, lines and patterns, a viewer discovers a perfect picture of the liberal arts.
After three months of preparation, mentoring and collaboration, five teams of student entrepreneurs finally competed for $10,000 during the sixth annual Social Venture Challenge (SVC) on April 11.
Dr. Ivan Satyavrata, senior pastor of the largest church in Kolkata, India, challenged Gordon community’s conception of Christianity in the Majority World during two Chapel sessions and the Princemere Forum last week.
At Gordon College’s first ever Mini-fringe Festival, theater became an immersive experience. Six short pieces each featured a new, experimental type of theater that invited the audience into the story.
Praxis Partner Andy Crouch, Hershey Company CGO Mary Beth West and Starbucks Chairman Mike Ullman discussed the future of work at a kickoff event for Gordon College’s new yearlong Work Ahead: Ready for 2030 initiative.
One of Gordon’s defining features is its close proximity to Boston—the global hub of higher education, innovation and opportunity. Here are some of the escapades that Gordon students have enjoyed this year.
When Tim Walker began teaching fifth grade at a public school in Helsinki, Finland, he was surprised to discover how seriously recess was taken.
These days, a modern family is more complex than the screen-written characters seen on TV. Many families now include a loved one who came to the United States from another homeland. So when President Obama announced a new immigration policy in a televised address Thursday, we went straight to Ruth Melkonian-Hoover, chair of Gordon’s Department of Political Science, for comment about the nature of Obama’s announcement and the impact it might have on the future. Read her “Reflection on the News” here >>
R. Judson Carlberg, who served Gordon College for 35 years, including nearly 20 years as its president, died early Thursday morning, November 20, at the Kaplan Family Hospice House in Danvers, Massachusetts, after a battle with cancer. He was 74.
R. Judson Carlberg, who served Gordon College for 35 years, including nearly 20 years as its president, has died. Surrounded by loved ones, he passed away early Thursday morning, November 20, at the Kaplan Family Hospice House in Danvers, Massachusetts, after a battle with cancer.
Modeled on the highly competitive, highly effective White House Fellowship, the Gordon College Presidential Fellows Program affords Gordon students the chance to work directly with one of the College’s Cabinet officers, who mentors the student through a yearlong fellowship.