In 2020, Professor Emeritus of Biblical and Theological Studies Roger Green will lead a special trip to the Holy Land, Austria and Germany, culminating in the world-famous Oberammergau Passion Play.
Longtime Board of Trustees member and major benefactor of the College Tom Phillips passed away on Wednesday, January 9, 2019.
Gordon College announces a new dual-degree nursing program in conjunction with Curry College, with the first cohort to begin in the fall of 2019.
As members of the Boston-based chamber orchestra A Far Cry, Gordon Department of Music string instructors Megumi Stohs Lewis and Rafael (Rafi) Popper-Keizer are nominated for two Grammy Awards.
In her new book published by InterVarsity Press last month, Dr. Sharon Ketcham addresses the root of why rising generations are leaving the American evangelical Church.
Ruth Melkonian-Hoover (political science) hopes to shed light on immigration reform from a perspective of faith in her new book, ‘Evangelicals and Immigration: Fault Lines Among the Faithful.’
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
“Uncharity.” It’s a strikingly unpredictable manifesto for a nonprofit organization helping underserved communities around the globe. But for Peter Greer, president and CEO of HOPE International, it’s the answer to poverty alleviation. On Wednesday, April 29 Gordon College… Read More
In the words of Dr. Tal Howard, director of the Center for Faith and Inquiry (CFI), “It’s not everyday that a Catholic Cardinal, an Archbishop, speaks at an evangelical college.” But April 20 was an exception.