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.
Church planter. Lead pastor. Author. Pilgrim. Professor. Through all these phases of his career, Jim Belcher has been passionate about ecclesiology—the theological study of the nature and function of the Church…
Zach dwells in what programmer Ellen Ullman has described as that “mysterious space between human thoughts and what a machine can understand, between human desires and how machines might satisfy them.”
Nathan Uebelhoer had been serving the U.S. Navy Medical Corps for nearly a decade when U.S. forces entered Afghanistan in 2001. “God put me right in the middle of one of the largest of these hospitals, the Naval Medical Center in San Diego, California,” he says. “And then he put a laser in my hands that has helped improve the quality of life for hundreds of wounded warriors.”
By Mary Hierholzer ’16 Believe it or not, lacrosse teams and the Eastern Orthodox Church are not completely unrelated entities, especially if you’re Gordon alumnus Mike Tishel ’08. Twenty-seven years old and engaged to be married in October,… Read More