After appearing in a Netflix documentary, life has been busy for Jack Hanke ’17. His comedy troupe of four openly autistic friends, Asperger’s Are Us, has traveled the U.S., Canada and Europe with their absurdist sketches.
Renowned theologian, scholar and author The Rt. Rev. Dr. N. T. Wright, professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at University of St. Andrews (Scotland), will be on campus next week to deliver three lectures.
In an effort to make the Shakespearean script feel more contemporary, director Norm Jones (theatre), who celebrated his 50th directorial production with As You Like It, moved the set from France to Tennessee and the Great Smoky Mountains.
Times were tough during the dot-com collapse of the early 2000s. Newly married with a toddler and a baby on the way, Benjamin Eng ’93, a computer programmer at the time, got creative—by returning to his roots in classic clothing.
The Institute will be a vital resource in connecting classroom learning to real-world experience with a comprehensive approach to four years of discovery, development and deepening. T
Gordon was one of 20 institutions to participate in the MLK50 Dream Forward Scholarship Initiative, which offers a total of $1.5 million in scholarships to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
“There are a number of ways we can respond to injustice,” Worthington said, addressing the Gordon community during the Franz Lecture that took place this week on Tuesday, March 20.
AnaCarolina Araujo ’18 has never broken a bone, but she loves to study them. As a kinesiology major, she uses her knowledge of movement to help people regain control of their bodies.
In an effort to strengthen Gordon’s relationships with Christian high schools in the U.S. and abroad, the College has established the Gordon Grapevine Consortium.
Embodying the rich tradition of collaboration, Bruce Herman’s most recent artistic endeavor, Ordinary Saints, is an intersection between painting, poetry and music.
Last week during Connect 2018, a college visit day dedicated to helping future Gordon students explore their calling, World Vision Canada CEO Dr. Michael Messenger ’90 visited campus for a Conversation with the President.