When Men’s and Women’s Basketball take on UNE on Wednesday, it may be the final home game for three seniors whose success this season has launched them to the top of national and conference charts.
Before Marvin Ellison was the president and CEO of Lowe’s and one of five African American CEOs to make Fortune’s “50 Greatest Leaders” list, he was once a first-year college student at the University of Tennessee trying to make a good impression on his English professor.
TIMEUS MULINGE ’23 | Major: art (design studio concentration) | Hometown: Mombasa, Kenya | Aspiring architect, introverted creative, newfound outdoorsman.
MADISON MERCADANTE ’23 | Major: kinesiology | Hometown: Midland Park, NJ | Favorite thing about ballet: feeling weightless
DANIEL HA ’20 Major: biology (environmental science concentration) Hometown: Chiang Mai,
Thailand Keeps a mental list of pollen colors he’s seen in the beehive (the rarest one is blue).
DEEP FAITH Week 2020 brought to campus Rich Villodas, pastor of New Life Fellowship Church in New York City, who preached a message of radical transformation from the inside out.
Alumnus Dr. Joshua Neumann’s innovative musical exploration of Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau earned him the American Musicological Society Thomas Hampson Award for research in classic song.
Five years after the launch of Gordon’s graduate leadership program, the program offerings are quadrupling. Beginning this summer, the program will host cohorts in Boston; Atlanta; Orvieto, Italy; and São Paulo, Brazil. The Boston cohort is the program’s… Read More
In Part II of The Bell’s two-part interview with Director of Worship Bil Mooney-McCoy, we pick up the conversation by hearing from Mooney-McCoy about what it’s like to be black in America in 2020.
To honor Dr. King, The Bell interviewed Director of Worship Bil Mooney-McCoy who, in addition to his work as an accomplished musician, is a teacher of racial reconciliation and the father of a professional Christian rapper.
With a mission for Kingdom work and a commitment to help students “start something good,” Jocelyn Cook joins Gordon College as director of the Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership (CEL).