Alumnus Dr. Joshua Neumann’s innovative musical exploration of Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau earned him the American Musicological Society Thomas Hampson Award for research in classic song.
In Part II of The Bell’s two-part interview with Director of Worship Bil Mooney-McCoy, we pick up the conversation by hearing from Mooney-McCoy about what it’s like to be black in America in 2020.
To honor Dr. King, The Bell interviewed Director of Worship Bil Mooney-McCoy who, in addition to his work as an accomplished musician, is a teacher of racial reconciliation and the father of a professional Christian rapper.
With a mission for Kingdom work and a commitment to help students “start something good,” Jocelyn Cook joins Gordon College as director of the Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership (CEL).
Gordon College announces the Bay Area Project—a three-year initiative, beginning this semester, founded on the goal of raising up the next generation of Christian leaders in San Francisco’s Bay Area while creating new career opportunities for Gordon students.
First generation college students Haley Drolet ’15 and Christian Sosa ’15 are more ready than ever for the “real world” that awaits them after graduation, thanks to their transformative college experiences—particularly their recent semesters abroad. That is the… Read More
The votes are in, and the new 2015–2016 Gordon College Student Government has been decided. More than 1,000 Gordon students participated in the March 3 election, marking the largest turnout in GCSG election history. Congratulations to the winners! Representatives-at-Large:… Read More
The TED-talk style event included more than 10,000 participants in 65+ locations worldwide engaging in discussions on how to “empower learning and collaboration in one’s respective community.”
Like Hollywood’s star-studded Golden Globes, Campus Events Council (CEC) hosts the annual Gordon Globes to recognize and award a slew of exceptional student films from seven different categories.