Professor Bruce Herman and his assistant, art major Rachel Pacitti ’19, are working on a commissioned painting of Saint Augustine of Hippo, ‘AUGUSTINE, Ordinary Saint.’
“The reason it’s called Equip is to give students tools to bring back to their schools, to be salt and light,” says counselor Madeline Berry ’18 of the week-long summer program for high school students.
Jessica Harper ’18 is interning for Samaritan’s Purse in Cambodia, where for 10 weeks she’s putting her early childhood education and biology majors to work.
Irv Levy, professor of chemistry and computer science and chair of the Department of Chemistry at Gordon College, has been named to the 2017 Class of American Chemical Society Fellows for his significant contributions.
Verna Curfman ’17 and John Yoon ’14 were recently recognized for their research in the labs of Duke University, with their names appearing in an article published by The American Society of Transplantation and the American Society of Transplant Surgeons.
Sisters Alysa (Obert) Seeland ’11 and Anna Obert ’16 are proving that family businesses are not something of the past; their new company, FOND Bone Broth, has found success in a hungry market.
This year’s speaker for the annual Richard F. Gross lecture was award-winning author and social critic Os Guinness. Guinness has been serving as one of Gordon’s visiting distinguished scholars for the 2017–17 academic year. Speaking on the topic… Read More
“The past year in politics has given us many things to talk about,” says Dr. Paul Brink (political science). “At Gordon, it has allowed for great conversation among faculty and students about very basic questions concerning what politics is for.”
Sohenga Depestre has been named the 2017 Collegian of the Year, a longstanding tradition that honors the graduating senior who has made the greatest total contribution to the College.
“If you’re going to take social impact seriously, there might actually be no better place on the planet than a Christian liberal arts school, where faithful founders are asked to think deeply about how to address the needs of a broken world.”