From Estonia to Latvia to Lithuania, Mike Jacobs explored the potential for an international seminar in the Baltics during sabbatical.
The main objective of Jennifer Hevelone-Harper’s spring sabbatical was to turn a dream into a reality by beginning to write a book about medieval spirituality.
Shelby Sundling Lathrop ’96 won a Creative Arts Emmy for “Outstanding Creative Achievement in Interactive Media within an Unscripted Program” as supervising producer of “The Oscars: All Access.”
For over a decade, Sarah (Durfey) Dunham ’09 has worked on the front lines of fighting human trafficking. Now she and her husband, Jared, are on a new journey to create safe spaces for people at risk.
During a night of Fiddler on the Roof parodies, Old Testament one-liners, Yiddish slang, Hebrew prayers and words from friends, the Gordon community celebrated the retirement of Dr. Marv Wilson (biblical studies and Christian ministries) with a tribute program to honor his 55-plus years at Gordon.
As a young boy who grew up in a country experiencing a brutal 28-year civil war, Prashan de Visser ’08 realized how easy it was to hate someone. But by forming friendships, he learned that the stereotypes of the “enemy” were often wrong.
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.
In April two Gordon students, Kara Applegate ’18 and Christie Clause ’20, were recognized in the National Federation of State Poetry Societies College Undergraduate Poetry competition, receiving first and fifth place honorable mentions.
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.
“I believe the Church is the answer to our country’s and the world’s social issues,” says Andrea Polnaszek ’94, professional therapist and co-founder of the nonprofit organization Touched Twice United.