The fall semester is well underway, which means student life is getting busy. The Bell rounded up the best ways to get involved with Gordon Athletics, Homecoming, arts, guest speakers and even Christmas.
From the ocean to top corporations, the recipients of the 2019 Alumni Awards and Athletics Hall of Honor make a difference in a variety of settings. Get to know them and see them honored at the Homecoming Awards Ceremony.
When Yo-Yo Ma—perhaps the world’s most famous living classical musician—played his cello at the border entry point in Laredo, Texas, last April, it was a perfect example of how the culture of classical music is changing.
Gordon College’s theatre has been named among the “Top 20 Best College Theatres” in America by The Princeton Review, ranking 16th among many larger and more prominent peer schools such as Brown, Williams and Columbia.
For new faculty member Dan Norton, teaching psychology means dispelling misconceptions, utilizing clinical experience and contributing to the kingdom of God by washing peoples’ feet.
After interning as a plant science scholar, Liza Antonelli ’21 has a very different idea about what it means to be a serious scientist.
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.
Dr. John E. Harris ’98 receives the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers, the highest honor bestowed by the U.S. Government to outstanding scientists and engineers beginning their independent research careers.
Whether your Pinterest board is bursting with décor ideas or you’re in denial that college is just seven short weeks away, before you clear out Target’s college aisle or hide under a blanket, here are 10 things to pack and 10 things to leave behind.
Fifty years ago, when Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin planted an American flag on the moon’s powdery surface, the stars were a little lackluster, especially in retrospect.