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.
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.
On KYUK Public Radio, a volunteer-run NPR member station broadcast from inside Alaska’s Yukon Kuskokwim Delta, someone from anywhere in the world can livestream the Yup’ik Word of the Week or follow Iditarod mushers and their sled dogs through 1,000 miles of Alaska’s harshest terrain.
At Symposium, Greek expat Dr. Christine Palmer delivered the Richard Gross Keynote Address, speaking from personal experience to describe the impacts of the Greek refugee crisis and where Christianity fits in.
For 15 years, the annual Jerusalem and Athens Forum (JAF) debate has provided a platform for some of the most pressing questions concerning modern-day Christianity. This year, the debate focused on the statement: “Modern models of Christian missions should be discarded as a relic of colonialism.”
This year, as part of the second annual Black Fly event, five storytellers had the chance to tell a five-minute story and win a free Sea to Summit double hammock.
A forest oasis in Essex, MA, is Gordon’s new Club Rowing center, thanks to the financial support of an anonymous donor. Officially purchased by the College in the fall of 2018, the 7.51-acre property was once home to Camp Menorah.