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.
From the negative influence of cell phones to the origin of the universe, last week’s JUD Talks provided a platform for students to exercise their public speaking skills by presenting a speech on a topic that inspires their passion.
This is the fifth in a series of seven articles featuring the research conducted by faculty members on sabbatical during the fall 2018 semester. A shorter version of this article originally appeared in the spring 2019 issue of… Read More
From the studio to the gallery, creativity is the name of the game for the Art Department and its faculty, this year celebrating their 30th anniversary. The department graduates students who are traditionally trained but taught to observe the world differently.
This is the third in a series of seven articles featuring the research conducted by faculty members on sabbatical during the fall 2018 semester. A shorter version of this article originally appeared in the spring 2019 issue of… Read More
On April 5 and 6, Gordon will host its first annual History and Vocation Symposium, “Museums and the Future: Challenges and Careers,” with a keynote address by Richard Pickering of Plimoth Plantation, and a panel featuring six alumni.