“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.
Gordon welcomed Christian hip-hop artist Lecrae on campus for a concert. The Bennett Center gymnasium was transformed into a concert venue—packed with students, faculty, staff and members of the broader North Shore community.
Sradda Thapa was a world traveler before she even got to Gordon; besides her home country, Nepal, she had lived in Hong Kong, India, and Australia. In 2012 she moved to Afghanistan, where she is with a communications firm in Kabul that works with government and international agencies.