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.
The student-led Highland Games recently made their debut at Gordon. Echoing the spirit of Scotland’s traditional Highland Games, each residence hall competed in the Heavy Games, Tug-of-War, and Relay Race.
It’s finals season at Gordon! As students are feverishly studying and preparing, the Academic Support Center (ASC) is making sure they’re cared for during these stress-filled few weeks. For 17 semesters, the Finish the Course (FTC) initiative has provided encouragement to the… Read More
Dr. David W. Rox, director of bands at Gordon College, was honored with the Christman Lifetime Achievement Award from the New England College Band Association in recognition of his significant contributions to the work of wind bands in New England.
Art major Rebecca Orcutt ’15 is among 55 artists whose work was selected from a field of more than 2,700 this spring in the most prestigious portrait painting competition in the world: the National Portrait Gallery’s Portrait Competition.
Kelsey Fetzer ’16 and Andrew Fiedler ’16 (pictured above) brought their product, EnerTea, from the kitchens of Tavilla Hall and Chase Hall to the Social Venture Challenge—where it earned first place, claiming a $5,000 grant. EnerTea is a… Read More